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
Earlier in the year we were short on the ground for historical romance authors on the blog, so I put a call out to those amongst our members experienced in this genre. We have had some great interviews over 2018
I’m delighted to welcome Victoria Cornwall to the blog today. Victoria writes fabulous historical novels based in Cornwall, and today I’m excited to learn a little bit more about her latest novel, A Dau
Today I’m delighted to be talking to Caroline from the Sentimental Garbage podcast – which specialises in discussing chicklit. Hi Caroline, welcome to the RNA blog.
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It is an honour to welcome not only a multi-talented, multi-published author to the blog today but our very own blog co-ordinator, Karen King. Karen has had over 120 children’s books published, two YA novels, s
I am delighted to welcome the return of Juliet Bell to the blog today. Juliet’s second novel, The Other Wife, was released earlier this month, quick on the heels of debut novel, The Heights; a modern re-telling o
I am delighted to welcome longstanding RNA Member, Ruth Frances Long, to the blog today, being interviewed under her new penname, Jessica Thorne. Jessica’s debut novel, The Queen’s Wing, was published with Boo
I am delighted today, to welcome Karen Aldous to the RNA Blog talking about older characters in fiction. Karen’s sixth novel, Five Ladies Go Skiing, was released last week with HQ Digital and I’m keen to exp
Most of you probably already know that November is Nanowrimo aka National Writing Month, when people all over the world set themselves a target of 50,000 words (1667 per day for 30 days) from 1st November to
I am excited today to welcome Vivien Brown to the RNA Blog talking about infertility and how she chose to weave it into her fiction. Vivien’s second novel, Five Unforgiveable Things, was released in July with H
Today’s guest on the RNA blog is Hayley Thorpe, who reviews on her site. Welcome to the RNA blog Hayley! Let’s dive straight in with the interview.
You’ve been blogging for a long time now and your blog has g
Today we welcome multi-talented, Rachel Brimble, to the blog talking about her writing career to date. First published in 2007, Rachel is well versed in writing across several romance sub-genres and I am keen to
Today, I am delighted to welcome JL Merrow to the blog talking about her latest novel, Love at First Hate. Writing across genres with a preference for gay and paranormal romance, and having written an impressive