Jennifer Trethewey

The Fab Five is Fabulous!

I joined WisRWA in January of 2014. I can honestly say, it was one of the smartest things I did on my bumpy, winding road to publication. Meeting fellow writers, industry professionals, and taking countless workshops on the romance genre all contributed to what successes I have had. The most valuable of all that WisRWA

New Release Tuesday – October 2018

Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                 Forgetting the Scot by Jennifer Trethewey                   Salt & Venom by Amy McNulty                   The Dance Hall Wife by

New Release Tuesday – April 2018

Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                   Phaze by S.C. Mitchell                   Loving  a Hero by Cheryl Yeko                   After All by Laurie Winter  

Fabulous Five Contest Author Critique: Jennifer Trethewey

The 27th Annual Fabulous Five contest for unpublished authors and authors not published in book length fiction in the last five years is open for entries. WisRWA is pleased to be able to offer entrants of the 2018 Fabulous Five contest a chance to win one of eight detailed critiques from a published WisRWA author. We

New Release Tuesday – November Edition

Each month, WisRWA will announce the new books our members have published. We call it New Release Tuesday. Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                   Tying the Scot by Jennifer Trethewey (DEBUT!)                  

Get Ready to Submit with Cheryl Yeko

Milwaukee WisRWA member Cheryl Yeko will be at the October meeting to work with participants on GETTING READY TO SUBMIT! This is a hands-on workshop, so bring your query letter draft, summary, synopsis, author bio, elevator speech, and pitch. We will work on tightening up the elements needed to make your novel sound publish-worthy. Cheryl

Narrating the Book: An Interview with Brian Gill

Professional narrator and actor, Brian Gill, will be at our September meeting to talk about the audio book process, answer your questions, and give you a sample of how your work would sound narrated. So, bring a couple pages of your work-in-progress with you. I’ve known Brian for many years. He is an outstanding actor,

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