the wfwa

Just this summer, the Women's Fiction Writers Association was founded. Unlike the Romance Writer's Association, the WFWA is exclusively for writer's of women's fiction. Take a look at the description below, and if it seems like you're a fit, come on over and join! You'll see me around for sure, as I'm a moderator for the critique forums (although that could also be seen as a warning, haha!).




From the WFWA website:



The Women’s Fiction Writers Association is…
An inclusive organization of writers who create stories about a woman’s emotional journey.
We are a volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing a community for career-focused women’s fiction writers via networking, education, and continuing support in career growth.
Whether you are an aspiring, debut or multi-published author, the Women’s Fiction Writers Association offers resources to help you improve and succeed.

Member benefits include:

 Numerous forums with active discussions on craft, industry, the writing life, and women’s fiction books
 Critique training, followed by placement within a critique group
 Mentorship program
 Quarterly newsletter
 Online workshops led by industry experts
 Resources, including online toolboxes for every level in a writer’s journey to publication and beyond
 Annual writers’ retreat with nationally-recognized authors, industry professionals, and acquiring agents and editors
 Online pitch opportunities with acquiring agents and editors
 Networking with fellow women’s fiction authors in The Hub, WFWA’s social media platform.