Welcome to the website of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA). Romantic fiction is central to the publishing industry in the UK and around the world.

The RNA was founded in 1960 to promote romantic fiction and support authors. We continue to celebrate the excellence and diversity of the genre and provide a supportive professional network for writers of romantic fiction.

Across the site you can find details of our upcoming events, our awards and how to join the association. On the blog you will find regular features from leading authors, editors, agents and book reviewers. You’ll also find tips on writing and publishing.

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Romantic Novelists' AssociationDeborah Carr shares some valuable insight into historical and timeslip writing over on the RNA blog. https://t.co/W58Fxy4HSi2 days ago 24
Romantic Novelists' AssociationRT @NicolaCornick: The @RNATweets is very pleased to announce an afternoon tea event with bestselling authors @SusannaKearsley and @PiaCCou3 days ago 0
Romantic Novelists' AssociationRT @RClareAshton: The UK's Romantic Novelists Assoc @RNAtweets are celebrating LGBTQIA+ romantic fiction with a new blog series. First up i…4 days ago 0
Romantic Novelists' AssociationClare Ashton talks about f/f romance over on the RNA blog. https://t.co/edg00mg3lj4 days ago 1
Romantic Novelists' AssociationCongratulations to those RNA authors in this week’s The Bookseller UK Top 50: I invited her In – Adele Parks – Number 10 An Unsuitable Match – Joanna Trollope – Number 22 Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights – Carole Matthews – Number 33 #TuesNews @RNATweets5 days ago 56
Romantic Novelists' AssociationRITA winner Catherine Tinley is sharing some very useful writing tips over on the RNA blog. https://t.co/Bpo7PfGb0k6 days ago 22
Romantic Novelists' AssociationRT @carolewyer: Charlotte's baby is safe. But is she? #LastLullaby Out 7th December but available to pre-order right now: Amazon: https://…1 week ago 0
Romantic Novelists' Association@JeanFullerton_ is talking to @LisaHillie about why writing romance is a feminist issue over on the RNA blog. https://t.co/DMknZhgbCF1 week ago 2
Romantic Novelists' Association@mick859 @ClareLydon Thanks Mick.2 weeks ago 0
Romantic Novelists' Association@CheddarsGal That's great. Are there any books featuring asexual characters that have inspired you?2 weeks ago 0


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