Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/06/2016
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
Denver Woman's Press Club

Categories


WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT?
Women, Romance and Books

  • Why does romance own the lion’s share of the book market?
  • Are women’s novels changing to reflect contemporary culture?
  • What are sub-genres in romance and where might you fit?
  • What are the paths to publication?

Colorado authors lead a lively discussion about writing from the female perspective and the feminine trek through romance publishing.

  • Light Refreshments
  • $5.00 Donation
  • Free Parking in North Lot
  • RSVP Appreciated corinnejb@aol.com

Meg Benjamin is an award-winning author of contemporary romance. Her Konigsburg series for Samhain Publishing is set in the Texas Hill Country, and her Ramos Family Trilogy in San Antonio’s King William District. The Salt Box trilogy takes place in the Colorado Rockies. Her Going Up In Flames is part of the Sapphire Falls Kindle World series. Meg’s books (fifteen in all) have won numerous awards, including an EPIC Award, a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Holt Medallion from Virginia Romance Writers, the Beanpot Award from the New England Romance Writers and the Award of Excellence from Colorado Romance Writers. Visit her at MegBenjamin.com, facebook.com/meg.benjamin1, or meg@megbenjamin.com.

Jean Jacobsen is an American historical romance writer. She’s also a lover of chocolate, coffee, fragrant flowers and amazing food. When she’s not writing, reading about history or searching the web for the answer to a burning question, she enjoys cooking, gardening and spending time with family. She’s the author of The Reluctant Debutante, an historical American romance , and co-author of Chronicles of Douglas County, Colorado. Visit her website www.JeanJacobsen.com, https://www.facebook.com/Jean-Jacobsen-author-1686649778239931/

Bonnie McCune writes women’s fiction and traditional romance. Determined to be a writer since childhood, she credits both rejections and acceptances in helping teach her the craft. Now she follows her passion, fiction writing. Her prior career in nonprofits focused on public and community relations and marketing. Bonnie’s also been a free lance writer with publications in local, regional, and specialty publications. She believes one person can make a difference and writes of ordinary people living extraordinary lives. She’s published two novels and two novellas, with her latest being Falling Like a Rock. All have received rave reviews, and she’s collected awards for her short fiction. For more information and her blog, see her website www.BonnieMcCune.com