This month we have another guest post by Mills & Boon author Catherine Tinley, who won the RITA for her very first book – so we can assume she knows what she’s doing! Enjoy her hints & tips and have a great month,
Today I am delighted to welcome our RNA Chapter Co-ordinator, Jean Fullerton, to the blog. Jean’s latest book, A Ration Book Christmas, was released yesterday and as a veteran novelist of historical romance, I u
This month’s featured book blogger is Kelly Lacey from Love Books Group.
Hi Kelly, welcome to the RNA blog. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
I am the founder of Love Books Group Blog. I live on the
Hi everyone, there’s been a few recent changes on the RNA Committee so I thought I’d ask the committee members to introduce themselves and tell us what their role is. So here they are, in their own wor
Today on the blog, I am pleased to offer you something different. Instead of my usual interview format, I am delighted to welcome Kate Thompson, returning to the blog, to talk about something essential to all us
Today we welcome Rosie Travers to the blog. Rosie’s debut novel, The Theatre of Dreams, was published by Crooked Cat in August. Here I ask Rosie about her journey to publication and the inspiration behind this v
Be careful of trying to wedge a theme into, or a word count onto, an already completed story… and some good news!
Many of the short story competitions I come across have an open brief, but this month four of t
Today we welcome Romantic Suspense author, Lynda Stacey, to the blog. Winner of the Choc Lit Search for a Star competition in 2015, Lynda’s latest release, The Fake Date, is her fourth novel with her publisher a
Hi and welcome back to Hints & Tips! After the summer break, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about persistence – about not giving up on your writing dreams even if, like me, you’ve taken a bit of a
With only two months now until the centenary celebrations for the ending of World War One, I am pleased to welcome Julie Ryan to the blog talking about writing historical romance, the research involved and her
I’m delighted to welcome to the blog Michelle Cunliffe – book blogger and Mills and Boon insider. She’s also a fellow East Yorkshire person (yay!).
Hi Michelle, welcome to the RNA blog. Can you start off by telli
Today I am delighted to welcome Emma Cooper to the blog, talking about UpLit ahead of the RNA’s Romance in the 21stCentury event this evening, in partnership with Goldsboro Books. Emma’s novel The Songs of Us was
Today I am delighted to welcome RNA Vice Chair, Alison May, to the blog. Alison’s latest novel, All that was Lost, is released tomorrow, Thursday 6thSeptember 2018, with Legend Press. Here, Alison talks about t
Jenny Thomas: The Silver Swimmers
Contemporary women’s fiction.
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22 January 2018
A group of women in their 60’s, still have aspirations, and hopes for new romances, careers and
Today we welcome Mandy Baggot to the blog to talk about her new release, Desperately Seeking Summer. I am honoured to have known Mandy for nearly a decade when we both joined the RNA. I have seen her career