Monthly Archives: July 2018

New Release Tuesday: July 2018

Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                   In the Assassin’s Arms by Katherine Hastings                  DEBUT!                          Missing Innocence by Tina Susedik

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Rewriting is a gift, not a chore

Two years ago I got a great gift from a friend. Robyn Peterman had struck it big with a series of wacky supernatural romances and had her own Amazon Kindle World—Magic and Mayhem—and invited me to write a series of spinoff novellas “in” that world. It was a privilege to be associated with the authors

Creating a Hero or Heroine that Captivates Readers

I don’t know about you, but I read fiction for the characters and the adventure those characters go through. Like most readers, I want vivid heroes who draw me into their situations and, often when I don’t get into the main character, I put the book aside. But how do writers create those attention-grabbing heroes?

Promotion Thursday – July 2018

It's Promotion Thursday for March. Check out where you can find our WisRWA authors this month.   Molly Maka will be presenting The World of the 20th Century: The First 50 Years at the RWA National Conference in Denver, CO on July 19 at 10:40 AM.

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Five Spins on Traditional Conference Advice My neighbors are blowing stuff up in the cul-de-sac while my dog cowers under a chair, so that can only mean one thing: it’s July, and conference time is almost here. As the fireworks settle down and the picnic leftovers run out, romance writers everywhere are preparing (aka getting mani/pedis) to head

By |2019-12-31T18:10:21+00:00July 4th, 2018|Categories: Publishing Industry|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Five Spins on Traditional Conference Advice