Should Writers Buy Ads?

By Avery Flynn I had an interesting conversation via Twitter with a few folks recently about why would an author (or publisher) buy an ad on a specific book blogger’s […]

How to Write a Synopsis

By Meredith Bond A synopsis should be the easiest thing in the world to write since it is a summary of your book. So what’s so hard about writing a […]

WRW Speaks with Meredith Bond, Author of Magic in the Storm

  By Miguelina Perez Meredith Bond grew up in Philadelphia and was introduced to Regency romances at a young age by her mother, who had a secret passion for Georgette […]

WRW Speaks with Hope Tarr, Author of Operation Cinderella

  by Miguelina Perez Hope Tarr is best known for historical and contemporary romances, but what many do not know is that she is a huge animal welfare supporter and […]

Rockville 8 – Not Your Mama’s Writing Group

By Shellie Williams Every other Thursday night at an unidentified hideaway—in Rockville—you’ll find the Rockville 8 laughing and talking about writing and life. Founded by Evie Owens and Lisa McQuay, […]

The Pressures of Success

            By Miguelina Perez How we love our muses, let us count the ways. How we deal with the pressures of creativity; let us count […]

The Essence of Romance

By Rebecca York She was aware of him the moment he stepped into the room full of laughing, talking people.  As he made his way through the crowd, the sights […]

WRW Interviews Allison Leotta, Author of Law of Attraction

By Miguelina Perez A graduate of Michigan State University and Harvard Law School, Allison Leotta lives outside of Washington, D.C., with her two sons and husband, a defense attorney. A […]