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Women’s fiction and ain’t love grand?
I attended a couple of sessions at the Melbourne Writer’s Festival yesterday – both with a focus on women’s fiction, women in fiction and women writers. The first discussed lit vs genre and dealt primarily with erotica. My take home … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tagged character, chick lit, erotica romance, fiction, genres, love, Melbourne Writer's Festival, romance, women's fiction, Writing Leave a comment
Genres, crossing the boundaries with your writing.
I had some happy news this week – I won a writing award (The Mary Grant Bruce Gippsland Writer in the FAW Literary Awards) for a children’s story and it was the second year in a row that I have … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged crime, cross-genre, fiction, genres, romance, spec fic, travel, Writing 4 Comments
Eclectic? Nothing wrong with that.
What’s wrong with being diverse? Nothing! I have come to notice just how eclectic my tastes in things like music, reading and cinema are. And it’s reflected in my writing where I’ve dabbled in romance, historical, comedy, horror and everything in … Continue reading
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