The first romance novel I read was SWEET RELEASE by Pamela Clare and I fell head over heels in love with romance as a genre right then and there. One year later I began working in publishing and romance novels have been one of the cornerstones of my career ever since.
In addition to loving romance books, authors, publishers, editors, booksellers, librarians, etc. – I also love the Romance Writers of America organization.
RWA does an amazing job of educating its members on the business of romance publishing. I’ve attended numerous RWA conferences, judged RWA writing contests and celebrated as clients have won the prestigious RITA award. I recommend this organization highly!
As we head in to spring, I will be presenting at two upcoming RWA chapter meetings – if you are nearby, come join us!
The Greater Detroit RWA chapter has invited me to present on March 15, 2016
Greater Detroit RWA meeting info
The Diamond State RWA chapter has invited me to give a web conference on March 19, 2016
Diamond State RWA meeting info
Looking for a great romance novel?
In Teen Romance:
ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS by Stephanie Perkins
In Historical Romance:
A MOST SCANDALOUS PROPOSAL by Ashlyn Macnamara
For kinky Russian-inspired Fantasy Male/Male romance:
PRINCE OF TRICKS by Jane Kindred
Happy reading to all!
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