Today I’m delighted to welcome Kim Nash, Publicity and Social Media Manager for Bookouture to the RNA Blog.
Hello and welcome Kim. Can you give us a few hints on how to promote our books using Social Media, p
I am delighted to welcome Tania Crosse to the blog today. Tania’s novel, The Street of Broken Dreams, is due to be published on the 19th February 2019 by Aria and is the second in her fabulous Banbury Street s
I often feel like a fraud writing this blog, mainly because the title implies I know what I’m doing, so this month I thought I’d do a round-up of some of the best books about writing by people who genuinely know
Today on the blog we have an author whose name you’ll all recognise – current RNA chair Nicola Cornick. Starting back in 1998 with her first novel, True Colours for Mills and Boon, Nicola now writes dual tim
Today, I’m delighted to welcome writing partners Eleanor Harkstead and Catherine Curzon to the blog. Eleanor and Catherine write fabulous m/m stories that span a range of genres, and they are going to talk
Today I’m delighted to interview Isobel Akenhead, my fabulous editor and Associate Publisher at Bookouture. Hi Isobel, welcome to the RNA blog. Can you start off by telling us about a typical day in your working l
Today, we’re welcoming Mel Gough to the blog. Chances are, if you were at the RNA conference last year you might have already encountered Mel’s work via a sampler of her novella “Tainted Life” in your goodie
So we all know that writing is basically a repetitive cycle of optimism and self-loathing (and by the way, happy new year!) but now that the holidays are over we’re probably all facing the same problem of getting
It’s great to welcome Elaine Roberts to the blog on the publication day of her novel The Foyles Bookshop Girls at War. It’s the second installment of her Foyles Bookshop Girls series. She’s here to tell us abo
Today’s guest is Shaz Goodwin, who runs the fabulous book blog Jera’s Jamboree. Welcome to the RNA blog, Shaz. Let’s dive straight in with the interview.
Your blog is called Jera’s Jamboree – can you tell us a
I’m really pleased to welcome Callie Langridge to the blog today. She’s the author of two historical novels – Keep You by My Side, a story about family secrets spanning the 1940s to the 1980s, and time-travel rom
Recently I was chatting with a friend about keeping a writing journal. I’ve never been disciplined or practical enough to keep any kind of diary, but she made it sound so liberating and inspiring that I thought I