The Annual Romance Writers of America Conference makes up for a year of lonely workdays in a single week. I’ve been home from the conference for a few days now and I can officially look back and discuss some of the themes, trends, and moods that I witnessed this year and what excites me most about being part of the romance writers community.
This is the only industry where those who don’t have to be nice, are.
Because there is a fine line between being alone to write and being lonely.
I first published my senior year of college, early in 2014, and let me say that there are a great many things I have learned about writing, romance, desire and business since then. Here are just a few.
I sat down with Christina Britton to learn about her writing process and current projects!
My family has always been remarkable supportive of what I write, but I can’t say they ever truly understood 'why romance' – until Love Between the Covers put it out in full, bold print
After the Romance Writers of America 2016 Conference, my boyfriend and I explored San Diego for a few days, (majorly falling in love with the city in the process.) We’ve been back home on the east coast for a little over a week, and now that the dust has settled, I can take the time … Continue reading RWA16 In a Nutshell