Welcome to our second Christmas edition blog of ‘Three things I learned while writing…’ and to our second author featured this month – Andra Ashe. Andra joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing ‘Unwrapped’.
Welcome all to our Christmas edition of ‘Three things I learned while writing…’ and to our first author featured this month – Carla Caruso. Carla joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing ‘The Christmas Witch’.
Welcome author Kaneana May! Kaneana writes both contemporary women’s fiction and teen/young adult fiction. Kaneana joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing her debut novel ‘The One’.
I’ve often heard other writers say how much they dislike writing book blurbs. They say it feels a bit like writing the dreaded synopsis, which involves condensing your story into a few pages—or in the case of a book blurb, a mere two hundred words. To make matters worse, all your hard work in writing a page-turning novel is likely to go unnoticed unless you can convince a potential reader to hit the ‘buy’ button in a few paragraphs or less. Scary stuff! To help you, I’ve put together my top tips for writing your own book blurb based on …
I’m yet to find a Darry Fraser book I haven’t loved, so I was thrilled to receive an advance copy of The Good Woman of Renmark. Just as I’d expected, Darry reeled me in with strong female characters, the rich historical tapestry of 1890s Australia and a charming storyline.
We are so looking forward to having Tanera Simons, an agent with literary agency Darley Anderson, attend the Fremantle 2020 conference. Read on to learn more about her, her agency, and the type of work she represents.
Welcome author Meredith Appleyard! Meredith writes stories set in country Australia. Her books include: The Country Practice (2015), The Doctor Calling (2016) and No Job for a Girl (2017). Meredith joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing her new release ‘Home at Last’.
That’s not a knife! Join Lauren Clarke as she gives you the tools you need to know to make your conflict shine in Killer Conflict, an online course from RWA.
Cathryn Hein has a knack for spinning a yarn, with her latest novel Eddie and The Show Queen a charming rural romance that will make you smile.
By Kenny Raine, RWA Professional Development Learn how to manage this challenging part of your writing life by taking part in RWA’s first ever webinar for members, developed in response to a recent RWA Facebook conversation about imposter syndrome’s crippling effects.