Category: Archive

My Celebrity Crush: Chris Evans

by Megan Broderick I know I’m not alone in this one but I have to say I am completely in love with Chris Evans. Don’t tell him that, though, it would be awkward. But, I bet he would still be super nice about it! Honestly, it all started a few years ago when I read…

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Getting the Call: Meet M. K. Stelmack!

Nothing turns out the way I think it will. Considering how my mind tracks, that is probably a good thing. Take, for example, the story that prompted “The Call”. A man stands on the roof of his latest shingling project and surveys the small, growing town he has lived in all his born days. A…

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#WritingChallenge: April’s Day Off

by Deirdre Spring has arrived here in Toronto, and we couldn’t be happier. While we don’t have daffodils yet (Hello, London office! *waves*), Torontonians do like to take advantage of the spring weather. I was looking at a list of movies to watch in springtime, and one of the suggestions was “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”.…

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Keep Your Readers Coming Back: Create a Series

by Patience Bloom There is a good reason why many of us binge watch shows: the comforting anchor of family or community within the series. Whether it’s Blue Bloods or Homeland, viewers become invested in the characters inhabiting a certain world. While stand-alone books are perfectly fine and even necessary, your readers might want to…

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#WritingChallenge: The Forced Proximity Romance

by Deirdre Earlier in the month we featured Top Tips for Writing a Forced Proximity Romance. As Harlequin Intrigue Editorial Assistant Kayla King said in her post, the forced proximity trope provides, “the perfect opportunity for lots of conflict and tension.”     One of the great things about the forced proximity trope is the…

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Getting the Call: Meet Mollie Campbell!

We’re so thrilled to introduce Mollie Campbell to the Love Inspired Historical Team! I’ve read inspirational romance for almost as long as I can remember. But write it? I never thought I could do that! After earning a Bachelor’s degree in management and working for several years, I married a great guy and we had…

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Advice from the Archives: Get in the Door: How to Submit to Harlequin

By Stephanie Doig The annual So You Think You Can Write program is a great way to get your manuscript in front of a team of editors, but we also accept submissions all year long. Here at Harlequin and Carina, we’re always looking for new authors to sign, publish and build. But we recognize that putting…

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What Type of Harlequin Villain Are You?

Take our quiz and see which beloved Harlequin villain you could be. We’ve played up some of our reader’s favorite villainous storylines, and while they’re favorites to us, too, now we’re looking for how they might be twisted and subverted to create something fresh and new! So after you take the quiz, let us know…

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HARLEQUIN TO PUBLISH ITS MOST EXPLICIT ROMANCE LINE YET

Harlequin DARE will feature emotionally powerful, sexually graphic storytelling Toronto, March 15, 2017— Harlequin announced today, at the London Book Fair, the official launch of Harlequin DARE, a new romance series featuring strong, independent women and sizzling hot heroes. With its first title to be released in January 2018, Harlequin DARE will deliver riveting, irresistible…

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