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Orly and Therese, What a brilliant idea to announce this here! Eager to throw my full and considerable enthusiasm into this new venture. I have already benefitted so by participating in the informal Yahoo loop—meeting so many WF authors in one spot has been heaven! Thank you so much to everyone who had a hand, a foot, or a brain wave devoted to this effort!

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Kathryn, you have been an instrumental part in the success of the yahoo loop! However, the stories all have a female protagonist who has an emotional arc. All that to say, I love the idea of the new organization. Just wondering if I belong. Just a novice here. Hi Greta. It sounds like you could happily fit in WFWA and get a lot from the members.

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Happy writing! I knew there was one!!! Thanks for helping me out, Kris.

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Movers and shakers — ah, no pun intended. It seems like this has been a long time coming. I know that you and your committee have put in countless hours of your own writing time bringing this into being. Thank you so much. We, who hope to benefit from your efforts, salute you. Nine months, Pam!

The good news, no morning sickness and the weight gain was far easier than with the real pregnancy. Thank you, Orly, Therese, and all those involved for your vision and dedication. What a huge accomplishment!

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Cheers to you! I look forward to being a member of WFWA. Our goal is to have the majority of workshops free to members. There may be some that will have a fee associated but that will be the exception. Thanks you, Orly. Thanks, David. We have a few in the group! Great Idea — if you email me at MJRoseauthor gmail. Very interested. This feels like the new group will have equally high standards. Congratulations, Orly! Thank you so much for all the hard work that you and the other organizers have put into this.

Thanks, Natalia! And yay for coming to the retreat. This sounds great.

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Never could figure out what genre it was! Hi Jill. Hope to see you in the WFWA forums. Cannot even begin to explain how excited I am about this.

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Been waiting for a group like this. So cool! Thanks go to Orly, Kerry, Therese and everyone else involved for their hard work and the vision that went into making this group real. I am going to be a happy, involved member and a more productive writer, too. I am passing the word along to all of my writing friends. Thanks, Chris.

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This is very good news and I wish you much success. This masterclass is for anyone in the process of writing, or planning, a work of women's fiction and covers a wide range of types of fiction within this category. Attendees will learn about the fundamentals of creating believable, memorable characters, irresistible plots and compelling dynamics, as well as finding an individual voice which will stand out from the crowd.

Planned sessions include:. This course is for people who are looking to originate or develop an idea, or who have been working on a novel and need that extra impetus and expertise to bring it to a high enough standard for submission. Attendees will be asked to submit a plot synopsis and five pages of the first chapter of their novel ahead of the course to enable the tutors to provide tailored feedback. Rowan Coleman is a multi-award winning and internationally Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author, with more than twenty books in print.

Writing under her own name and as Scarlett Bailey, she has a depth of understanding of the wide spectrum of women's fiction, as well as a love for the genre. Her new novel The Memory Book is published in January You can find out more about Rowan here or find her on twitter rowancoleman. Julie Cohen has written eighteen books for a variety of publishers across the spectrum of women's fiction and romance.

A former teacher, she's a popular speaker and tutor of creative writing and has been shortlisted for a Festival of Romance Industry Innovation Award for her teaching. Her latest book is Dear Thing, published in paperback in May Ceci afin de mieux vous servir. De olivia miles. Livre en anglais. Non disponible en succursale. X Fermer. LeCarrefour loc. All she wants for Christmas is a second chance.

Charlotte Daniels has made her share of mistakes, but now that she's a single mom, she vows to do better--and that starts with a new career. Working at her sister's event-planning company is just the fresh start she needs. Kate Daniels has finally forgiven Charlotte for her betrayal, but forgetting it is harder. But as the holidays approach and Kate has her own wedding to plan, she has no choice but to turn to Charlotte for help to throw a high-profile client the holiday party of the season.

Charlotte leaps at the chance to redeem herself. She knows their charade won't come without consequences--not just for her fresh start with Kate, but also for her own daughter. As Kate's wedding draws near and Charlotte's fake romance starts to feel more and more real, will she fall back into the mistakes of her past, or finally prove herself to Kate once and for all? In the vein of New York Times bestselling authors Susan Mallery, Robyn Carr, and Elin Hilderbrand, comes the second in a women's fiction series about the complicated ties of sisterhood that bind us together and sometimes tear us apart.