YARWA is the nationwide online chapter for Young Adult Writers of America. If you are a member of RWA and you write YA, it is an incredible chapter. The 2014 Day of YA was a combination of celebration and conference that preceded the start of the National RWA conference in San Antonio.
We've all been in this situation, right? Everything is ideal: the right guy, with a private jet he's put at our disposal, some time together in Paris (even if it is while chaperoning a bunch of too-smart-for-their-own-good high school kids), and the knowledge that this guy is THE ONE for you. So what's the problem? You. That's the problem.
My Writing Process - Answers to four questions
My young adult historical mystery-romance, The Saffron Crocus, is a finalist for the Rosemary Award, sponsored by the Young Adult Romance Writers of America (YARWA). Winners will be announced at the RWA national conference next month in San Antonio, Texas.
This is how to spend a Sunday. First, an author talk and book signing at Murder on the Beach in Delray, FL. Nancy Cohen, who writes humorous cozy mysteries and sci-fi romance, and Alyssa Maxwell, who writes historical mysteries and romance, were the attraction.