Spring into post conference content
Laurann Doher (Cyborg Seduction) has been a published writer for only three years but has a 75 book deal – she takes time to tell Mel Teshco about her writing life with Ellora’s Cave.
Laurann wrote 54 books before she ever sought publication. She hates shoes. Maybe that’s her secret?
How to bake a book
Jaunita Kees swaps her hammer for a spatula and shows us how to bake a perfect book. Don’t worry there is actual writing and editing involved as well.
It’s not about the vanity – it’s about the choice
Maree Anderson talks about becoming a self-published author in this month’s, “How do I…”
Winners and Grinners
Celebrate our contest winners and the teams that made the Diamond and Claytons conferences possible. And they did it for love!
It’s Destiny with Penguin
Read about Destiny Romance the new line being introduced by Penguin.
Escape to Harlequin
Harlequin adds a new digital first imprint to its range. Read about their So You Think You can Write resources and contest too.
A Writer’s Life
Sarah Mayberry talks about the perils of wanting to be liked and when to use the politican’s standby – “No comment.”
In this edition Dear Joan gets some help to explore the world of e-publishing with Sarah Mayberry and Nicola Marsh and answers the eternal question, should be become a contest judge.
The Writer’s Journey
Ingrid Riskersey talks to Julie-Anne Carter about marauding Vikings, pantsing and her favourite authors.
See the dates and preliminary details for this year’s contest season, including a Valerie Parv Award report. Allergy medicine not required.
And our regular features:
- From Rachel’s desk
- Market Watch
- Member News with Bronwyn Stuart
- In-person events with Doreen Sullivan
- New Releases
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