Recap by Jennifer Carole Lewis Every June, the Ottawa Romance Writers’ Association gets together and spends an afternoon laughing, celebrating one another’s achievements and enjoying each other’s company. This year was no exception. Hosted at Lucy
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ORWA officers gave us the great opportunity of participating in a webinar with Mary Buckham on writing active setting. It was a two-part webinar, with an initial presentation followed by a Q&A session a week
Attend the ORWA spring social on June 11, 2017. It will be our last event until we reconvene in the Fall. Professional Headshots We will be offering the opportunity at the June Social to have a
This is a live webinar with question and answer sessions with USA Today Bestselling Author Mary Buckham. Learn how to enhance your fiction by utilizing the power of active setting without pulling readers out of
This month is our first ORWA member pitch session! This is your chance to skip past the slush pile and get quick feedback. On Sunday April 30, 2017 you can pitch to Pamela Harty from the Knight
Our workshop this week was “You’ve written a book… now what?” and was led by two bestselling and prolific ORWA authors, Eve Langlais and Mandy Rosko. They discussed the pros and cons of traditional and
Learn about publishing and promotion with bestselling romance authors Eve Langlais (New York Times and USA Today) & Mandy Rosko (USA Today). Event Details April 2, 2017: 2:30-4:00 PM Location: Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centerpointe
by Jennifer Carole Lewis Linda Poitevin writes dark urban fantasy and modern fairy tale romance. In 2014, Ottawa author Linda Poitevin decided to try an experiment. She’d recently gotten the rights back to her first
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT – A Personal Journey A few years ago, I got the notion into my head that I would like to write a book. I expect many of you at some point
Occasionally, prospective members question the need for membership in the Romance Writers of America. Does membership in the parent organization, they ask, truly provide enough benefits to warrant the additional cost? My answer is an