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Women's Fiction Day 2021


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Webinars & Events

Navigating Your Path to Publication: How to Find a Venue that's Right for you in an Ever-Changing Landscape

Presenter: Nicole Meier

June 3, 2021

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Publishing with a Hybrid Press: What it's Like and What it Takes

Presenter: Barbara Linn Probst and Julie Maloney
June 17, 2021

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WORKSHOP
Make Peace with Your Inner Critic
Coach: Kerry Schafer
July 12-22, 2021



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 Seven Drafts to a Completed Novel

Presenter: Kristin Owens

July 22, 2021, 7pm-8:30pm ET

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 Announcements

MEMBER NEWS

Jenn Bouchard's short story "Tape on the Floor" will appear in the Summer 2021 issue of the Little Patuxent Review, available June 16.

Judith Keim is pleased to announce that the fifth book in the Beach House Hotel series, Margaritas at the Beach House Hotel, will be released June 24.

C. D'Angelo is excited to announce that her debut novel The Difference will be published on July 29.

Vicki Volden is pleased to announce her novel All the After is a finalist in the RWA Contemporary Romance Writers Stiletto Awards.

Lisa Braxton's debut novel The Talking Drum has received a 2021 Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) gold medal in the urban fiction category.

Joanne Kukanza Easley is pleased to announce that her second novel Just One Look will be released by Black Rose Writing on June 24.

South African journalist turned author Penny Haw's debut women's fiction The Wilderness Between Us will be published by Köehler Books on July 31.

Margaret Rodenberg's debut novel Finding Napoleon (She Writes Press, April 2021) won a  2021 Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) Gold Medal for Best First Book: Fiction.

Laura Drake is thrilled to announce that, after years of trying, she's sold two women's fiction novels to Story Plant.

Barbara Linn Probst is thrilled to share the news that her second novel The Sound Between the Notes is a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award for general fiction. Her debut Queen of the Owls is now a finalist for its sixth award, the Somerset Award for Contemporary and Literary Fiction.

Cara Achterberg is thrilled that her novel Blind Turn (Black Rose Writing, 2021) was chosen as the Maxy Awards 2021 Book of the Year. 

Denny S. Bryce’s Wild Women and the Blues is an Editors’ Choice in the May 2021 issue of the Historical Novel Review by the Historical Novel Society.

Michelle McCraw is proud to announce that her debut novel Work with Me was released on May 3.

Rebecca Hodge is delighted to share that her debut novel Wildland has received a silver Nautilus Award. The Nautilus awards seek to recognize “Better Books for a Better World,” and she is honored to be a recipient.

Melanie Mitzner is excited to announce the book launch for her novel Slow Reveal by Inanna Publications will take place on October 16.

Camille Pagán is happy to share that her new novel Don't Make Me Turn This Life Around (Lake Union) is out now. 

Maryka Biaggio's third novel The Point of Vanishing was published by Milford House Press this month.

Audrey Burges is elated to be represented by Maria Whelan at InkWell Management.

Jane Rosenthal is thrilled to announce that her novel Del Rio (She Writes Press) was launched on May 18.

Sandra Hutchison released The Utter Catastrophe (Sheer Hubris Press) on Kindle May 17.

Judy Prescott Marshall’s novel Still Crazy was released on March 30.

Brenda Gayle is thrilled to announce that her historical mystery A Shot of Murder (A Charley Hall Mystery, Book 1) is a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

Kathleen Basi is thrilled to announce that her debut A Song for the Road became available from Alcove Press on May 11.

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