Because of COVID-19, the Romance Writers of Australia took their conference online this year with five full days of jam-packed craft and business sessions. With the benefit of all online sessions, conference goers got to ‘see’ everything and, frankly, I think we should all be careful what we wish for… It’s funny how, even when … Continue reading After #RWAus20… What’s Next?
Today me and my Love Sabre pals are blogging over on Louisa Bacio's blog, sharing our best writing tips. Louisa is an awesome writing teacher, and a fabulous writer, publishing all kinds of erotic, paranormal stories. She's also a really great chick! You can find our post here. And don't forget to check Louisa out … Continue reading ICYMI: Writing tips from the Love Sabrists
As I sit here, it’s 9.34pm on a Sunday night – the last night of the inaugural Love Sabre writing retreat. As well as thinking about what I should be doing – namely finishing a manuscript – and not doing it, I’m thinking about what lessons I will be taking away from my first writing … Continue reading Lessons from my first writing retreat
OMG! Squee! T -19 days and counting until we all go wild at #LoveGoneWild #RWAus17 and… well, I’m just a little bit excited. Love Gone Wild is my third conference, so I’m now an ‘old hand’ – ha! I remember how nervous I was at my first conference (Get Fresh in Melbourne in 2015) and … Continue reading It’s 19 days to #LoveGoneWild
Like most writers aspiring to be published, I attend a few courses and conferences throughout the year. Some are, of course, better than others but, when the opportunity arose to spend a day with Anne Gracie at the New South Wales Writer’s Centre I knew I’d be mad not to take it. Even if it … Continue reading Romancing the Page – a course with Anne Gracie