Welcome to WFWA's Women's Fiction Day and the Author Tour!

Your next favorite book and author is here

June 8, 2021

Author Tour and Giveaways
Instagram Live Programming

What is Women’s Fiction Day?

Women’s Fiction Day was established by WFWA in 2019 to celebrate the authors, stories, readers, bookstores, and fans of the women’s fiction genre.

For Writers

Whether you write women’s fiction that delves into family dynamics, female friendships, job challenges, or long-buried secrets, or you write lighter reads or denser narratives, WFWA wants to promote you and your fabulous books.

Here’s How

Check out the Author Tour and Giveaways!

Thank you to all of our members for signing up! You can see the list and access the givewaways here.

Promote

Download the 2021 Women’s Fiction Day logo and promote the day your way. Use your website, create a promotion with your author friends, discuss favorite books, and more through your social media. Direct people to the WFWA page where they can explore the author tour and win some great books.

Use #Womensfictionday and #WFWA. Like and share posts.

On June 8

Log on to the WFWA Instagram account for a full day of Instagram live programming with authors and agents discussing all things women’s fiction.

Visit the author tour and find your next great read!

Schedule (click on linked names/accounts to access interviews). All times are EASTERN.

  • 8AM   Who (teachers, mentors, etc.) growing up who shaped you as a writer? (Julee Balko)
  • 9AM   Why did you choose women's fiction? (Rachel Abugov and Susan Wingate)
  • 10AM  How do you make your characters come to life? (Charlene Carr, Jessica Strawser and Barbara Conrey)
  • 11AM  Setting in women's fiction (Mary Sheriff and Barbara Linn Probst)
  • 12PM  What have been your favorite women's fiction reads this year? (Maryka Biaggio and Mary Camarillo)
  • 1PM   Which themes have been most popular in women's fiction? (Agent Erin Niumata and Kathleen Basi)
  • 2PM   Traditional versus Indie publishing (Rachel McKenny and Sara LaFontain)  
  • 3PM   What do you wish readers knew about the life of an author? (Maggie Smith podcast with Amanda Johnson, Linda Rosen and Mary Sheriff) Happening on WFWA account.
  • 4PM   How did you transition from romance to women's fiction? (Laura Drake and Sharina Harris)
  • 5PM   What does the women's fiction landscape look like in publishing right now? (**AGENT HAPPY HOUR with Nikki Terpilowski and Lisa Montanaro) Happening on WFWA account.
  • 6PM   Difference between romance and women's fiction and what we love about women's fiction (Agent Max Dobson with Sarah Robinson)
  • 7PM   How historical fiction in WF affects our view of the past. (Lecia Cornwall)