Tricia Stringer

LUST-HAVE LIST: Rural Romance Novelists edition

June 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

  Welcome to our first lust-have list, this week celebrating Rural Romance novelists. We’ve listed 20 of our favourites in no particular order (please don’t make us choose!) that we’re sure you either already love or will come to love very quickly! So… here goes:   [...]

AUSSIE MONTH with Tricia Stringer

January 20, 2016 // 1 Comment

    AUSSIE MONTH with Tricia Stringer Describe yourself in one word: Industrious Tell us about Between the Vines: Set in beautiful Coonawarra wine country in the South East of South Australia, Between the Vines is the first book I’ve written that started primarily with a romance.  [...]


September 8, 2015 // 1 Comment

  The Dating Quiz L.J. Young Magazine stylist Dani Conroy has a tragic dating history. She’s popular with men, but Dani is after a lasting relationship and the guys she dates never want to stick around. When her most recent boyfriend breaks up with her at the cinema, she decides to give [...]

Australian Voices in Print Tour

May 24, 2015 // 1 Comment

Simon & Schuster and Harlequin have come together to make book publishing history with the first ever multi-publisher author tour of regional Australia. The Australian Voices in Print Tour will travel through regional NSW, covering 11 towns from Bathurst to Lismore from 24th May to 5th June. [...]

AUSSIE MONTH: Tricia Stringer

January 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

  AUSSIE MONTH with Tricia Stringer   Describe yourself in one word: Zealous   What is your background with regard to writing? I started writing stories to bring local history alive for primary children in my area.  That’s when I realised I had a lot to learn. A children’s [...]

WIP ME INSPIRED: Tricia Stringer

December 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

WIP ME INSPIRED: Tricia Stringer I am always inspired by setting. My first rural romance was published via Print On Demand (POD)in 2004 before there was an official name for the genre. Country people often have to spend time in the city but city people don’t always get the chance to walk in [...]