General Meeting Agenda for the November 11, 2017 SSRA meeting.
General meeting agenda for the June 24, 2017 SSRA meeting.
Michael Ditchfield provides an interesting piece on W.A.R.P – Workflow, Action, Risk and Priority. Don’t know what W.A.R.P is? Then you have to read this latest blog. Enjoy!
Once again, Loretta C. Rogers provides us with the latest in a series of “Tidbit Thursday” blogs. Today’s “tidbit”, focuses on the essentials of writing romance without “wandering into the weeds”. Don’t know if you are a ‘wanderer’? Then it’s critical that you read this latest informative blog. Enjoy!
As part of SSRA’s Five Year Anniversary, National/International Bestselling Author Loretta Rogers, provides some history on the creation of SSRA, and also shares five great ideas that might just help us all become successful authors. Thank you, Loretta!
This week’s Boogie Writes is definitely not Gluten Free. Jennifer Taylor mixes her love of bread and writing, serving us a new perspective on how both of these elements combine to create something wonderful. Enjoy!
In this weeks Thursday Tidbit, Loretta Rogers provides insights into writing compelling women’s fiction. She describes the similarities and differences that exist between women’s fiction and romance. What is that big difference? Women’s fiction deals mainly with women’s relationships to other women, rather than women’s relationships with men. Enjoy!
Writing Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal (FF&P) romances can be challenging what with all the world building and other worldly creatures involved. Have no fear! Loretta Rogers succinctly describes the “how to” for writing a FF&P romance.
There is rhythm in writing. Listen to it. Feel it. Express it. Hear not only the words of the story, but the meter and the tempo as well. Read what you have written out loud and experience the rhythms you have created.