Today I’m delighted to welcome Jane Dixon-Smith to the RNA Blog. Jane is a freelance cover artist, winner of many awards including #theselfiesawards, London Book Fair 2019, thebookdesigner.com and Chill Out With a
It’s publication day for Mollie Walton’s debut saga, The Daughters of Ironbridge. Eleanor Harkstead decided to find out more about Mollie’s inspiration for the series and how she goes about writing sagas.
HEY YOU! Why are you reading this? You’re not a real writer. Why would you even look at this? Go away!!!
Okay, so PLEASE ignore that and come back! Because this month’s Hints & Tips is about dealing with
Today, I’m delighted to welcome Pernille Hughes to the blog to tell us about her new release, Probably the Best Kiss in the World, which is part set in the wonderful city of Copenhagen, and to talk a little about
This month’s blogger is Katie from A Novel Idea. Hello Katie, welcome to the RNA blog. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
I’m Katie, a twenty-two-year-old blogger from Manchester, England. I’ve worked in the
Lorna Cook’s debut novel, The Forgotten Village, is out today. It’s a timeslip novel passing between WW2 and the present day set in the requisitioned village of Tyneham. Here’s Lorna to tell us about writing the h
I’m delighted to welcome Janice Horton to the blog today. Janice’s latest book, Island in the Sun, is out now. She’s here to talk to us about research she did for it in the Caribbean!
A couple of years ago, while
Jo Allen has several romance titles to her name, but she’s here today to tell us about her move from romance to crime fiction. Her debut crime novel Death By Dark Waters, the first in her DCI Satterthwaite series,
This month’s hints & tips is about a subject every aspiring romance writer needs to consider at some point – whether or not to write love scenes.
Recently a few authors have been accused of not writing romance
I’m delighted to welcome Fenella J Miller to the blog today. Fenella’s latest novel, The Spitfire Girl in the Skies is released on April 2nd and is the second in an exciting new series. Fenella is going to cha
Today on the blog we say un grand bonjour to Ros Rendle, author of contemporary and historical fiction set in France. Ros lived in France for several years and she’s here to tell us how that experience influenced
I’m delighted to welcome Katrin Lloyd, Commissioning Editor of Accent Press to the RNA blog today.
Morning, Katrin. Welcome to the RNA blog. Could you tell us a bit about Accent Press and how you came to work