Women's Fiction Writers Association is an inclusive organization of writers creating layered stories in which the plot is driven by the main character's emotional journey

Whether you are an aspiring, debut, or multi-published author, we offer support and resources to help you improve and succeed. Members gain exclusive access to craft workshops and webinars taught by industry leaders, a bi-weekly recap of industry news, pitch sessions with women's fiction agents, and more! 

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Workshops & Webinars 

June 27 Webinar: An Author Business Plan: What is it, Do You Need One and How to Develop One



August 15 Webinar: Your Author Brand with Dana Kaye


June 25 - 30 Workshop: Prepare Your Pitch

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Kari Bovee's book, Girl with a Gun, was released June 19 with Spark Press. The second book in the series, Peccadillo at the Palace, will be released in May 2019.

Jenni L. Walsh's historical novel, Side By Side, was released on June 5 from Forge/Macmillan.

Rhonda Gilmour's contemporary romance Through the Red Door will be published by The Wild Rose Press next year, under the pen name Sadira Stone.

Barbara Ristine’s short story “Her Mother’s Ring” has been selected to be included in a new anthology from Pixie Forest Publishing.

Lorrie Thomson is delighted to announce her novel, A Measure of Happiness, is the award-winner in the Fiction: Chick Lit/Women's Lit category of the 2018 International Book Awards.

Ashley Sweeney is the PNWA winner of the 2017 Nancy Pearl Book Award for her debut novel,Eliza Waite.

Renita Bradley's unpublished women's fiction manuscript, The Mother of No One, was a finalist in CIMRWA's Elevation of Love Contest.

Sheila Myers' historical fiction,The Night is Done, won the Adirondack Center for Writing Best Book of Fiction for 2017.

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