Nicky Pellegrino and Stacy Gregg continue their BookBubble podcast series with an interview with best-selling author Nalini Singh.
For a long time Auckland’s Nalini Singh was the most famous author that New Zealanders had never heard of. Her books regularly appeared on the New York Times bestseller lists, but her work wasn't even available here....Read More
“Get out of my dreams, get into my book” is all about dreaming big – big stories, and big careers. As a writer, you pour your own dreams into your books, and the words you write entertain and inspire readers to pursue their own dreams.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: 6-8 August 2021, Waipuna Hotel, Auckland...Read More
The finalists for the 2020 Ngaios (in both the Best Novel and Best First Novel categories) will be announced later this year, with the authors celebrated and the winners revealed at a special event at the WORD Christchurch Festival to be held from 29 October to 1 November 2020....Read More
If you enjoy reading romance novels across all genres, and are happy to judge in the Koru Award then please sign up (readers only)....Read More
After working in corporate environments for a number of years, I had a germ of an idea to embark on a romance writing career. I joined RWNZ and with the support of its members and by attending conferences and workshops, I finished my first manuscript in 2009 and publication followed in 2010. Since then I have published a number of books both traditionally and self published. I love romance writing and reading as well as talking about it with other members.
- Bronwen Evans
Open to both published and unpublished writers. First three chapters (up to no more than 5000 words).
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The Romance Writers of New Zealand 2020 Annual Conference has been postponed until 2021.
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The finalists for the 2020 Ngaios (in both the Best Novel and Best First Novel categories) will be announced later this year, with the authors celebrated and the winners revealed at a special event at the WORD Christchurch Festival to be held from 29 October to 1 November 2020.
Her courses are focused on the CRAFT of writing and can be done as self learning by downloading each lesson and completing the exercises.