Enrico and Clint have packed their bags, handed in the limo keys and are off on an adventure. Thank you for joining us on Cruisin’ with RWA. We’ve had a great time over the last few years following your blogs, sharing and celebrating with you. I’m sure our new ‘driver’ will have fun entertaining you with our member news and blogs. So don’t go away because Cruisin’ will be back!
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Keziah Hill’s good news is a two book romantic suspense deal with Momentum. Both books are part of a new series set in the Blue Mountains. They are her first novel-length books and will be published under the pen name DB Tait. The first book is called Cold Deception.
Blood Oath, Book 2 in The Seeker Chronicles released this week. Blood Oath is a sequel to Blood Scent.
Cover reveal for Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Cafe
Launched the video trailer for Warrior’s Surrender
Cruisin’ Member Blogs
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September 18 – AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Anna Romer
September 19 – FINDING MY VOICE: Mae Archer
September 19 – AusRomToday Weekly Wrap Up
September 22 – WIP ME INSPIRED: Sasha Cottman
September 23 – AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Amphlett
September 24 – AT MY DESK: Amanda Canham
The merits and perils of the Internet
Thanks to much-loved Australian rural romance author Fiona Palmer, this week Friday Feast is living la dolce vita. Fiona reveals the pizza making tips she learned while researching her latest release, The Sunnyvale Girls. Plus you could win a copy of this bellissimo book by sharing your favourite Italian dish. Mama mia, now that’s a prize!
Enchanted Orb with Leisl Leighton
Researching for your Genre with Sandie James
My guest this week on Write Bytes is Mel Tescho who doesn’t know the meaning of the word exercise, a word that I think many writers have trouble with
Social media swamping you? Be a social media heretic: five tips to take back control.
An awful lot of nonsense is talked about social media. How you have to be always on. If you don’t you’ll miss out. How you need to be on all platforms at once. All the time. That’s ridiculous. And completely not possible. Anyone who tries risks ulcers and a nervous collapse. This blog post shows you five simple ways to take back control. So that social media becomes what it should be: a means to an end. Not an occupation in its own right.
When Good Characters Behave Badly
Excavating your Emotions in your Writing
6 Reasons why Science Fiction is the new Paranormal
September 20 – Review of An Unsuitable Match by Sasha Cottman
September 21 – Review of Lesbian for a Year by Brooke Hemphill
Dates for the 2014-15 contest season
|Ripping Start||Opens 1 September 2014 Closes 26 September 2014|
|Selling Synopsis||Opens 1 October 2014 Closes 24 October 2014|
|Emerald Award||Opens 1 November 2014 Closes 21 November 2014|
|Little Gems||Opens 1 January 2015 Closes 23 January 2015|
|First Kiss||Opens 24 January 2015 Closes 14 February 2015|
|Valerie Parv Award||TBA April 2015|
Enrico’s Pick Six
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Have a great week and happy writing!
Thank you to all who followed and supported me on my Cruisin’ journey. I made many friends here and look forward to sharing your news and posts from the other side of the blog. 🙂