Another two weeks and summer will definitely be over. Those who love the sun will mourn its loss, but just in time we have two more hot summer reads to keep us sizzling until the very end of the season! Today we feature Karen Turner and Georgia Tingley, their books, and their favourite place for summer reading.
Category novels were my first foray into romance, and I take great joy in pressing pause on my normal life and slipping back into a world of princesses and billionaires, playboys and rogues.
It won’t be long and summer will be gone for 2020, so before it does, pull out the sun lounge, grab a refreshing drink in a long tall glass and one of these hot summer reads! Today we feature JL Peridot and Michelle Prak, their books, and their favourite place for summer reading.
Conference round up for February – only six months to the Romance Writers of Australia annual conference!
Victorian author Megan Mayfair is making a fabulous splash in the romance world, with her work receiving accolades galore from both readers and writers. Megan was shortlisted for an impressive five nominations in this year’s Australian Romance Readers Awards and last year scooped the pool with the Romance Writers Association’s Romantic Book of the Year award for her novel Tangled Vines. What a way to kick off a career in romance writing!
2020’s romance reads are heating up! Today we feature Elisabeth Rose and Vanda Vadas, their books, and their favourite place for summer reading.
Are you ready for a fabulous 2020? Get your romance reads off to a red hot start with some of our members new releases. Today we feature Jayne Kingsley and Samantha Marshall, their books, and their favourite place for summer reading.
New South Welsh author Pamela Cook is rarely at a loose end, with a multitude of hobbies. As well as volunteering for her local pony club and the not-for-profit organisation Room to Read, Pam regular teaches writers ways to improve their craft and shows her quarter horse, Rio. She is also a keen supporter of the Australian literacy scene, interviewing over 32 women this year for the Writes4Women podcast with fellow writer, Kel Butler. Pam’s first novel was published seven years ago, and the popularity of her rural romance stories soon elevated her to bestseller status. Between writing, teaching and …
We are so looking forward to welcoming you to Fremantle in 2020, Anna. We’d love our members to get to know a bit about you before conference.
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.