Friday, 27 May 2011

Interview by the UK Romantic Novelists' Association

The wonderful Romantic Novelists’ Association in the UK comprises many different kinds of romance writers in a lively association with ‘chapters’ around the country. Their parties and conferences are marvellous fun and their quarterly magazine, Romance Matters, provides great information and news.

But it's their New Writers’ Scheme which is second to none. Any unpublished novelist of romantic fiction can join the NWS each January, although you have to apply quickly as it's so popular! The fee includes an in-depth critique on a full novel from a professional author and is worth every penny. Two of my novels have been through the scheme and the first, Dangerous Deceit, is the one finally published this month. Prospective publishers and agents like the fact that a submitted novel has been through such a reading.

Any author who subsequently signs a contract can then go on to become a full member of the RNA, which I have done! Today, I am honoured to be featured on the RNA blog , as I owe my continued efforts at writing full length fiction solely to the RNA.

If you want to come and say hello, you can find my interview on the RNA Blog.


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