What makes romance novels so popular—to the tune of $1 billion+ in sales every year? The Romance Writers of America interviewed some romance authors to see why they like writing—and reading—romance novels.
Interested in more interviews with romance authors? Stay tuned to the RWA website a
The Romance Writers of America Library Grant is designed to provide a public library the opportunity to build or expand its romance fiction collection and/or host romance fiction programming. This year’s $4,500 grant is awarded to the Hazel W. Guilford Memorial Library in Aurora, N.C. The library wi
Congratulations to new RWA Honor Roll author Elisabeth Naughton! Naughton qualified for the Honor Roll when her book Wait for Me hit the USA Today best-seller lists at number 11. View all the RWA Honor Roll authors online at http://www.rwa.org/honor_roll.
Join Romance Writers of America and the American Heart Association as we wear red on Friday, Feb. 1, to increase awareness about heart disease, the number one killer of women.
Librarians learned all about romance novels during Romance Day, January 26, at the PopTop stage at the American Library Association's Midwinter convention in Seattle, WA. Romance Writers of America facilitated a full day of romance-centered programming, with panels on paranormal, historical, and Y