Just a reminder that the Diamond State Romance Authors will welcome literary agent extraordinaire, Sara Megibow, via web conference on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 12:30 pm. Sara will speak to ’21st Century Strategy For Making Money Writing Romance Novels’ and answer author questions. Don’t miss it!
Congratulations to Diamond State Romance Author, Cynthia d’Alba! Book number five in her Texas Montgomery Mavericks, Texas Bossa Nova, won the LEAR Diamond Award for Best Western Romance! Learn more about Cynthia at her website!
It’s holiday time. You’ve probably been out shopping your little fingers to the bone. Giving the credit card a real workout. Buying a gift for the writer this season? Need a gift for me? I know it’s a real dilemma. Since I’m a giving sort of person, I’d like to share my Christmas shopping ideas. You’re… Continue reading The Writer’s Wish List ~ Brinda Berry
Look for these books by our members in November and December.
For those of you who somehow, inexplicably missed it… November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. To officially participate, you sign up and commit yourself to write 50,000 words in a month’s time, that month being November. (I know… Thanks Ms. Captain Obvious.) Personally, I’ve never participated NaNoWriMo, even though the past three years… Continue reading Are you a ‘real’ writer? ~D.T. Dyllin
Look for these books by our members in October and November. ~~~~~ The Beauty of Lies (Stand By Me #1) Author: Brinda Berry Release Date: October 6, 2015 Genre: Contemporary Romance Secrets are exposed, trust is betrayed and two people face the beauty of lies. Leo Jensen has a secret—he is Mr. Expose, a blogger… Continue reading DSRA Releases
What. A. Whirlwind. After months (years, including the writing) of self-reflection and improvement, research, preparation, social media building, and promo my book release date has come and gone. Was it everything I’d hoped it would be? Well, I had researched enough not to expect too much, so yes! In the end I was so glad… Continue reading A Debut Author’s Reflections on Her First Releases – Jen Crane