Social networking for romance readers
All authors are welcome to join this group, and the idea behind it is to share tips and hints on self-pubbing to Kindle etc., more especially how to format correctly. And of course, a little promotion too. …Continue
Although I was published in the conventional sense years ago (another pseudonym) and now once again contracted to a US publisher, I am nonetheless self-pubbing historical romance novellas. Why you might ask. Simply because I see no point in subbing them to publishers and not one of the latest releases has met with a submission editor's desk at a publishing house. The returns re royalties via a publisher can't match royalties direct from Amazon, not on a novella. I'm also about to self-pub…Continue
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Added by Carol Wright on November 27, 2011 at 17:12 — No Comments
To Catch a Daring Thief - Pamela D. Strange:
Added by Francine Howarth on November 26, 2011 at 23:41 — No Comments
Very exciting news here at Romantic Fiction On-line.
Kate is working on a Brand New publication dedicated to UK Romantic Fiction entitled Romantic Fiction Magazine.
Launching in March 2012.
Would you like the opportunity to read and review a romance fiction novel for this exciting new project?
If the answer is yes, please contact me at…Continue
Hi everyone. This week's edition of Find Out Friday is with Catherine Miller. It never ceases to amaze me how humans can win against all odds. Catherine's story is inspiring.
This week in my blog I'm chatting with one of the main characters, Jack Drake, from my novel "The Stag Party". Please stop by and feel free to ask Jack or me anything. Here's the link:
And, on my work in progress page, you'll also find an extract from the novel showing how Jack and Lizzie meet. You can view that page either by using the tab on my website or following this link:…Continue
Added by Emily Harvale on November 25, 2011 at 10:00 — No Comments
Hope that it's OK for me to post this, here, but it's a great comp, just right for writers of romantic fiction. And who can resist the lure of money and chocolate?
Choc Lit are looking for short stories of up to 1,500 words in which the central theme is chocolate – eating it, drinking it, cooking with it, or anything else. Let your imagination take…Continue
Added by Sue Moorcroft on November 24, 2011 at 9:51 — No Comments
I'm a guest blogger at RFW this week talking about bad book reviews on Amazon! Yep, they happen and when they do they can knock you for six. http://romanticfridaywriters.blogspot.com/
Added by Francine Howarth on November 22, 2011 at 23:30 — No Comments
Come and meet this talented
author/veterinarian at my blog today.Continue
I have three Festival of Romance author books to read: reviews up soon.
Added by Francine Howarth on November 19, 2011 at 21:09 — No Comments
As you know my website and blog launched yesterday. http://www.emilyharvale.com.
I'm new (this year) to the whole concept of writing to be published - I write because it's fun - so I'm not sure if there's a 'tried and tested' procedure for blogging.
I know some writers/authors blog once a week whilst others only do so when they have something in particular to 'say'.
My blogs are not going to be exclusively about…Continue
At www.lauraejames.co.uk, on this week's Find Out Friday, I find out about erotic romance writer, Lucy Felthouse.
I don’t usually do this – but my boyfriend Mark is growing a moustache during November (Movember) to raise money for testicular cancer, and is hoping to raise a good amount. If you know of anyone looking to donate a dollar/pound towards sponsoring Movember you can do so on his page. http://uk.movember.com/mospace/2724598/
Thanks so much,…Continue
Added by Anne Brear on November 18, 2011 at 21:43 — No Comments
Come and join us as we hold a virtual barbeque for Y A Author, Brinda Berry and her book 'The Waiting Booth'.…Continue
Added by Hywela Lyn on November 18, 2011 at 18:00 — No Comments
This is my first blog on my brand new website! Please take a look and leave a comment if you'd like.
Thanks a lot.
This is a post which I wrote after going to see The Help last week.
Added by Anita Chapman on November 18, 2011 at 15:20 — No Comments
This week, we find out about erotic romance writer, Lucy Felthouse.
Since I will be living it up at the RNA Winter Party, the post will go out in the evening, rather than morning.
It's a lovely interview and totally worth a look.
Added by Laura E James on November 16, 2011 at 10:18 — No Comments
I've just heard that my first novel Reprobate Lord, Runaway Lady, has been nominated for an award in the US by Romantic Times. As a relative newcomer to romance writing, actually any writing, I haven't a clue as to how important or otherwise this is but my editor tells me that it's definitely a Good Thing!