7 Questions for Debut Author Emmie Mears

  The Harlequin E (digital first) team has read some fantastic romances, but every so often a more unusual one comes our way! Emmie Mears’s debut title has a strong superheroine quality–fitting since that’s the theme of her website and something she firmly believes in. So see how super characters and the Scottish referendum did…

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Catch the Medical Thrill with Dynamic First Chapters!

Contests are always exciting here, as we search for new voices and fresh stories. The Harlequin Medical Romance contest is even more exciting with its swift turnaround. So now that you’ve got your guaranteed quick look, how do you make sure you keep their attention…?  HOW TO SET OUR PULSES RACING WITH THE FIRST CHAPTER…

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An Editor’s Take on the Revision Process!

Yesterday Amy Woods gave us some insight into what she did once she got her revision letter for her upcoming Special Edition. Now we get to see what the editor’s intentions were! Here’s Carly Silver’s perspective on the revision process! Revisions galore! Hello! It’s Carly Silver checking in again. It’s my pleasure to be back…

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Amy Woods Tackles Revisions for Harlequin Special Edition

So we’ve bought the book, and titled it, and now the excitement–and fear!–builds as the next stage comes along! Yes, it’s the dreaded revision letter–but really, it’s not anything to be feared.  Wee how  Amy Woods dealt with her first revision letter from Carly Silver as  her manuscript becomes a Harlequin Special Edition…. Take 1, Take 2…Take…

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7 Things from Debut Author Melinda Di Lorenzo

We thought we’d ask some of our new authors some questions about how they got here! So lets welcome Melinda Di Lorenzo as our first feature! BAD REPUTATION (the new title of Promises Made, Promises Broken) is coming out from Harlequin E this June.  It was one of the SoYouThinkYouCanWrite/Wattpad winners, and we’re delighted to feature it! …

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New Contest! Harlequin Medical Romances!

  We have another contest! For those of you who aren’t aware, in the United Kingdom, the Harlequin brand is Mills & Boon (M&B). Mills & Boon has over one hundred years of publishing experience and continues as a solid brand throughout the world. The Medical Romance line is very popular in many countries, and…

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Double good news for Harlequin Historical author Elisabeth Hobbes!

We’ll miss Harlequin Historical Editor Sarah Stubbs when she leaves Harlequin this week, but wish her well on her new journey! She’ll still be freelancing, though, so we aren’t losing her entirely!  Meanwhile, she’s been keeping busy and we wanted to share this info! The best part of being an editor… Our newbie Historical author…

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What’s the Scoop on Writing for Superromance?

 Piya Campana is an Assistant Editor / Editorial Assistant for the Harlequin Superromance line. She’s eager to discover new authors for Superromance. Here’s the way to catch her eye! What does a successful submission to Harlequin Superromance look like? So you want to submit your story to Harlequin Superromance. An excellent choice! 🙂 When finding a home…

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Who Do We Celebrate? Authors!

The Harlequin Blog ran this a few weeks ago, but we thought we’d continue to highlight some of the amazing, prolific and committed–in all the best ways!–authors we work. It’s amazing to see them all–especially delighted that last year’s SYTYCW winner Kat Cantrell has her fifth book coming out now! Congratulations to the Harlequin and…

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Selling the Unsellable by LIH author Christina Rich

Here on the SOLD! blog we love the stories of authors proving that the “impossible”–selling the story “everyone” says will never work–comes true. Here’s one story from new Love Inspired Historical author Christina Rich that succeeded!   Selling the Unsellable…  “I’m sorry, Christina, although your writing is good, the story isn’t what we’re looking for. We’re…

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