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Book-signing event in Sydney

I’m looking forward to meeting readers and fellow authors at my first book signing this August!

Australian Romance Readers Association

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The Australian Romance Readers Association will be hosting a book-signing event in Sydney this August. It will be held in conjunction with the Romance Writers of Australia conference, and will run from 5-6 pm on Saturday 9 August at the Pullman Hotel in Olympic Park. This is the seventh group signing we have hosted, and it is shaping up to be the biggest yet.

We are very excited to announce that international authors Cherry Adair and Marie Force will headline the event, along with Maisey Yates, Rachael Herron, Barbara DeLeo and Jackie Ashenden, plus more than 70 romance authors from around Australia.

The event will be open to the public, with an entry fee of just $20 ($15 for ARRA members). Or buy your tickets online at a discounted price ($15 for public, $12 for members). Entry will also include the opportunity to score some free books, plus the chance…

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HarperCollins is looking for Romance, Erotica and Women’s Fiction Manuscripts

Women’s fiction and romance writers, send in those manuscripts!

Avon Romance Australia

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Who’s Your Hero?: Drew Williams from February or Forever by Juliet Madison

My book boyfriend, I mean, Chrissie’s love interest in February or Forever, Drew Williams, gets interviewed about his deepest, darkest secrets. 🙂

ARRA Nominee – Juliet Madison

A bit of fun, shared from the Escape Publishing blog 🙂

The Escapades

Welcome to ebookHARMONY, where we match readers with compatible authors.

In the lead-up to the Australian Romance Reader (ARRA) awards, we’re featuring one of the nominated authors in a special online datingvoting profile. You can review this profile for free and see if you’re a match, and if so, you may choose to vote for this author in the ARRA awards (voting closes 5th March!).

Today’s featured profile is from author: JULIET MADISON

Juliet has been nominated in the Favourite New Romance Authorcategory in the ARRA awards. Members of ARRA can now vote, or if you’re not yet a member, you can join here.

JULIET MADISON <insert best available photo that sets high expectations and probably looks nothing like you do in everyday life>:

About: Single, female, thirty-something, newly-published author seeks votes for Favourite New Romance Author in the Australian Romance Reader Awards.

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Let’s do the Time Warp (again?)

Sarah Belle and I discuss time travel books at the Escape Publishing blog…

The Escapades

by Kate

When you hear the term time travel, what do you think of? Mad scientists, fancy machinery, and flux capacitors? Or do you think of second chances, rekindling relationships, and personal growth? A lot of fiction involving time travel revolves around the scientific part; the process of time travel and what it means for history and mankind, but time travel can be a fascinating way of creating a story that focuses more on the personal journey of the characters and how their relationships develop and change.

Time travel in romance adds an exciting element to the already challenging situations characters can find themselves in. It allows characters to question who they are, how they got to where they are, and whether they are making the right choices in life. Most importantly, time travel in romance introduces that compelling ‘what if’ scenario… what if I’d said no to that guy…

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Fave Five

I’m discussing my top five favourite chick lit books over at the International Chick Lit Month website…

My Top 5 Chick Lit Books
by Juliet Madison

Juliet_Madison300dpiIt’s hard to pick favourites when there are so many fabulous books out there, but these are the five books that stand out for me (in no particular order – c’mon, it was hard enough picking five books, I can’t possibly put them in order!!)…

1. Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella:
This is my favourite of Sophie Kinsella’s books… maybe it’s because I write stories with a hint of the supernatural in them too, or maybe it’s because it simply hit all the right buttons for me. It was fast-paced, funny, the character had a clear goal to achieve (find a missing necklace), and many obstacles in her way. Plus, it had a ghost! Not a scary, run-for-your-life ghost, but a wacky, annoying, dancing ghost! I found the interactions between Lara and her great aunt Sadie very entertaining, and I enjoyed…

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