Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

An Introvert’s Guide to RWA

Tomorrow I fly to Atlanta for the Romance Writers of America 2013 national conference. The last time I went to RWA was 2011. That was before I started attending my local chapter meetings, before I started hanging out on Twitter, … Continue reading

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Too Wonky for Primetime

So a couple of weeks ago I clambered up the maintenance stairwell and onto the roof of Wonkomance Tower, the eighty-six-story skyscraper that houses the many departments comprising Wonkomance’s North American headquarters. It was a dark and stormy night, but … Continue reading

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Let me Tell You a Story: The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers

  I will meet you on Wednesdays at noon in Celebration Park. Kissing only. Carrie West is happy with her life . . . isn’t she? But when she sees this provocative online ad, the thirtysomething librarian can’t help but … Continue reading

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