With the Gold Coast Conference just weeks away, Clint has been out scouting for posts on past and present conferences. Have you got a pleasant memory to share from a Romance Writer’s Conference? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Claytons Conference 2012
Registrations for Claytons are now open.
We all know the Diamonds Are Forever Conference is going to be brilliant, but not all of us can make it to the sunny Gold Coast. Enter the annual Claytons Conference, the conference you have when you’re not having a conference (to paraphrase an old but famous soft drink slogan).
Please visit the Claytons page on the RWAustralia website for more information (including the program) and to register.
If you have any questions, you can contact Julia and Jenny at ClaytonsConf12 [at] gmail [dot] com.
We look forward to “seeing” you there!
Cruisin’ the News
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- Eden Summer has signed her first contract for a contemporary romance with Etopia Press. Release date TBA.
- Annie West’s latest book has been accepted for publishing. CAPTIVE IN THE SPOTLIGHT will be a UK Modern and US Presents release in March 2013.
- Nicola Marsh’s first category romance for Entangled Publishing, NOT THE MARRYING KIND, is out now.
Meet Helene Young:
Brisbane Launch for BURNING LIES
When: 27th July, 5.30 pm
Where: Black Cat Books and Cafe, Paddington, Brisbane.
See Helene’s webpage for more details
RWA Merry Webber Blogs
July 20 – A Day in the Writing Life of Cathryn Hein – Suzanne Hamilton
July 21 – Bestsellers List – Tamara Gill
July 22 – Event Announcements – Juanita Kees
July 23 - Conference Spotlight - Eleni Konstantine
July 26 – Cruisin’ with RWA – Juanita Kees
Cruisin’ Member Blogs
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July 20 – This week on Friday Feast:
This week on Friday Feast I’m very excited to host Australian suspense author Jaye Ford. Jaye’s book, BEYOND FEAR, was the highest selling debut crime novel in Australia in 2011. Her second novel, SCARED YET? released in March to more amazing reviews.
With winter in full swing, Jaye reveals her cold weather obsession with soup and shares a favourite that can be easily whipped up from the contents of your pantry and freezer. Definitely one for writers – just like her page-turner books!
July 19 – Magic Thursday with Nicola E. Sheridan on Mythological Creatures – beasts from Hell
July 22 – Weekly Overview
July 24 – Good news day
July 26 – Magic Thursday: Kylie Griffin with a giveaway of a gift pack.
July 19 - GUEST BLOGGING at Riverina Romantics on my ALLIANCE FORGED blog tour!
July 21 - SERIES: The Paranormal DownUnder – Jenny Schwartz – Aussie authors who live the paranormal life and love it!
July 22 – SUNDAY SWAG – Giving away some Light Blade series swag at Riverina Romantics as a part of my ALLIANCE FORGED blog tour!
July 24 - CONFERENCE TIME: Memorable Moments…with Serena Tatti - members of RWAustralia & New Zealand fill you on what to look forward to at the annual conferences.
July 26 – GUEST BLOGGING at magical Musings on my ALLIANCE FORGED blog tour!
July 26 – GUEST BLOGGING at the Dark Side DownUnder on my ALLIANCE FORGED blog tour!
- Suzanne Brandyn’s excited about the RWA Gold Coast Conference 2012
- My Writers’ Conferences and Seminars by Mary Hawkins
- Reactions from the (2011) Australian & New Zealand RWA Writers Conferences: The Future Is Now by Bob Mayer
- Award Winning Romance with Australian Outback Romances and Mysteries
- Memories of the 2010 Coogee Conference with Helene Young
Enrico’s Pick Six
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Enrico’s Pick Six this week:
It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment? For the moment passes, it is forgotten; the mood is gone; life itself is gone. That is where the writer scores over his fellows: he catches the changes of his mind on the hop. ~Vita Sackville-West
Have a great week!