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.
Are you sick of getting rejections from traditional publishers? Sign up for the OWL and learn how to self-publish in 5 easy steps with experienced trainer Cathleen Ross.
We are very excited to introduce RWA’s Fremantle 2020 conference attendees to author Heather Graham, who will be flying over from the US to present a keynote address and a workshop entitled What We Do with Words at conference. Heather answers Michelle Diener’s questions on the genres she writes and more.
In light of my upcoming RWA OWL and last month’s RWA and RWNZ conference workshops, I thought it would be good to do a short blog on CHARACTERISATION THROUGH NARRATION.
Will you do anything rather than get up on stage? If so, why not sign up, step up and learn how to effectively engage your audience, therefore increasing the chance of your audience taking on board your message.
Need an adult space to discuss writing sex scenes? Not sure where you fit in the heat rating in romance novels? Do you need a bit more confidence before publishing sex scenes? Join the OWL.
Don’t know what you don’t know when it comes to craft, new writers? “Craft 101: Back to Basics” covers 12 different craft elements over five weeks
July is here and we’ve said goodbye to half the year. Last month I mentioned how much I love winter. But as the weeks drag by and early nights and dark mornings set in, I’m missing those long, summer days.
As well as writing romance, Dr Sandra Antonelli has taken her passion for creative writing to the next level and made it her mission to study the romance genre. Her masters and doctorate both explored older heroines in romance fiction, and as well as writing mature characters into her novels, Sandra continues to research sexism, ageism, and the portrayal of women over the age of 40 as protagonists in romance fiction, genre fiction, in film, and TV. Sandra loves going to the movies by herself and is determined to prove that foxy doesn’t end at forty, and grey hair shouldn’t …