Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Australian Romantic Suspense

Here's a link I thought you'd all enjoy. It's explains Romantic suspense in a new light. It's worth watching. :)

http://australianromanticsuspense.com/a-bit-of-fun/

Thanks to the lovely Bronwyn Parry and Helene Young, the launch of Romantic Suspense in Australia. Let's hope this will help bridge the gap here in Australia. I love reading and writing romantic suspense, and I know a lot of readers who stop by my blog will agree with me.  Enjoy!

8 comments:

Kerri Williams writer of romance said...

there was no one better then those two to kick the site off. Well done gals and thanks Suz for sharing.
Kez


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Tarnya said...

I love Australian Romantic Suspense, or thrillers. Loved the definition of a romantic suspense. The heroine is cute. lol I watched it twice. :)

Tarnya. x

Annie Seaton said...

It is certainly a genre that needs more support in Australia by both publishers and booksellers. We have so many talented writers... and readers who are eager to see more books published!

Suzanne Brandyn said...

I totally agree Annie. Let's hope it's on the up. :)

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Hi Kez,
Thanks for calling by. Loved the brainstorming session. :)

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Hi Tarnya,
I loved it too. It's done so well isn't it.

Helene Young said...

Suzanne, thanks for cross-posting the link! It's a very cute take on Rom Suspense and I do hope it helps readers connect with the genre more.

I think there's still a small cringe factor in Australia with the genre yet we have some terrific writers - Karly Blakemore Mowle in e-pub, Sandy Curtis to name a couple off the top of my head. The genre has such a loyal following for the American and UK writers it would be great to see some more of that at home!

Suzanne Brandyn said...

I agree Helene. Lovely to see you here, although it was a few days ago, sorry. :)

I loved Bronwyns example. It is so easy to understand. She did a terrific job.