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ARRC2017: concurrent session 3A

20 December 2016

arrc2017-dark_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 3A—Book boyfriends

We all have them, and sometimes more than one: book boyfriends. Heroes from romances who are so delicious that you really do need to claim them for your own. Panellists will discuss some of the best all-time book boyfriends; is it wrong to have more than one book boyfriend? (How many book boyfriends is OK?) They will also discuss some book heroes who have made it on to the screen and whether it works or not.

The panellists

3a-photosAlli Sinclair is the author of books that combine travel and romance. Alli won ARRA Favourite New Romance Author in 2014 and her debut novel, Luna Tango, won Ausrom Today’s Book of the Year. Under the Spanish Stars was released in 2016.  Alli lives in Geelong, Victoria.

Cassandra O’Leary is the author of romantic comedy novel, Girl on a Plane, a novelette and short stories in anthologies. In 2015, Cassandra won the global We Heart New Talent writing contest run by Avon Books/HarperCollins UK, and she was nominated for Best New Author in the 2016 AusRom Today Reader’s Choice Awards. Cassandra lives in Melbourne, Victoria.

Kelly Hunter is the author of 28 short contemporary romances. Her books have been nominated for many awards—her latest win being a RUBY from Romance Writers of Australia for Best Novella of 2016. Kelly lives on the sunny Central Coast of NSW.

Shannon Curtis is the author of 12 books and several novellas, featuring romantic suspense, fantasy, paranormal and contemporary romances. She is published with Harlequin, Carina Press, Pan Macmillan and has also self-published. Shannon lives in Sydney with her very patient and supportive family, a woolly dog and a disdainful cat.

Are you coming to ARRC2017? You can find all the relevant information here.

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