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Writer on Writing - RWA

If you’ve been in the writing business for awhile, you’ve probably have heard of RWA … Romance Writers of America. This is an organization geared toward romance writing. Its membership is better than 10,000 strong with authors from all walks of life. Published and un-published, best sellers, midlists and those just starting out.

I think I discovered RWA in 2001 and have found it to be extremely helpful in my pursuit for publication. Sure there are problems … there always are with any type of organization, but the good it does far outweighs any of those problems.

The networking alone is invaluable, plus they have up-to-date information on publishers and agents. Articles on writing is available both on the website and in the monthly magazine, RWR.

As far as I’m concerned, attending the yearly conference is one of the most valuable things I get out of RWA. Yes, the classes and workshops are informative and terrific, but it’s the opportunity to meet with old friends and make new friends … not to mention the friends you’ve only known over the internet … that truly appeals to me.

All in all, I think RWA is a valuable resource for any writer and I highly recommend joining if you’re at all serious about pursuing writing as a career.

4 Responses to “Writer on Writing - RWA”

  1. Edie Says:

    I agree! It’s the best organization I’ve found, connecting me to great people who, for the most part, are happy to share their knowledge.

  2. LaDonna Says:

    Ditto for me too! RWA gives us a network, and I love the choices in workshops, and it’s pretty much a win-win. Gives us a place to gather and talk about writing. Worth paying the dues.

  3. Liz Says:

    I sometimes wonder if other writing organizations are just as giving of their time and efforts. I agree, RWA is an invaluable source of information for writers … doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out or if you have several books under your belt. There seems to be something for everyone.

  4. Joie Says:

    Recently i came across your own atrlcie and also have already been reading together. I wish to convey my appreciation of the writing ability as well as capability to help to make readers read from the beginning towards the end. I would like to study newer atrlcies and to share my personal thoughts with you.

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