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ARRC2017: concurrent session 2C

15 December 2016

arrc2017-light_200Here is the next in our series about the panel sessions at ARRC2017. You can find further details on the convention, including the full program and registration links here.

This week we are talking about…

Session 2C—Why you should try…

While we all have our favourite subgenres or topics, sometimes it is also good to stretch our reading and try something different. In this panel we will hear from authors who write YA, LGBT, and sci-fi romance, as well as an indie author, who will tell us why we should take a chance on something different. Panellists will come armed with lots of reading recommendations in their particular area and may even be enticed to read from one of their books.

2c-photosCS Pacat is the author of the best-selling Captive Prince trilogy. Captive Prince attracted viral attention as an original-fiction web serial, before being acquired by Penguin USA. The Captive Prince trilogy went on to become a USA Today bestseller and has been published in multiple territories, to commercial and critical acclaim. CS Pacat currently resides and writes in Melbourne.

Demelza Carlton is the author of over 25 titles in contemporary, paranormal and historical romance. The Ocean’s Gift series was her first foray into fiction, followed by the Nightmares trilogy. The Romance Island Resort series is what happened when a rock star looking for love starts reading rock star romances … with hilarious results. Demelza lives in Perth, Western Australia, the shark attack capital of the world.

Ebony McKenna is the author of eight young adult novels and short stories. She is particularly well known for her fondness of ferrets, one of whom is the hero of her four-part Ondine series. Ebony lives in Melbourne, Victoria.

Imogene Nix is the author of over 25 romances, featuring science fiction and paranormal romance. Imogene lives in Biggenden, in regional Queensland.

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