Category: Author Interviews

Interview with… Bronwyn Scott

Bronwyn Scott first sold to Harlequin in 2008. Her Harlequin Historical debut was Pickpocket Countess and since then, she has written 30 (correct as of Dec 2014!) books. Her most recent book is Playing the Rake’s Game. Follow @Bronwynscott on Twitter, visit her website and find her on Facebook! How did you celebrate selling your first manuscript?…

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Interview With…Maisey Yates

Maisey Yates first sold to Harlequin in 2009. Her Harlequin Presents debut was His Virgin Acquisition and since then, she has written 43 books for Harlequin across various lines. What she loves most about writing for Harlequin is the fabulous editors and the incredible art department! Such a creative and supportive group. Find @maiseyyates on Twitter,…

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Congratulations to the So You Think You Can Write Grand Prize Winner!

Everyone at Harlequin/Mills and Boon was thrilled to announce the winner of the 2014 So You Think You Can Write contest — and our newest contracted author — Amanda Cinelli! Amanda captured the hearts of editors and readers alike with her entry for Harlequin Presents, Resisting the Sicilian Playboy. Amanda won the grand prize winner…

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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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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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A Year in Publishing Life – Author & Editor – Amy Woods

Amy Woods recently sold to Special Edition, and Carly Silver, editorial assistant for Special Edition, is her editor. Since both are first timers in the acquisition process, we thought we’d ask them to blog about their year, things they’ve learned each month about the publishing process and the ins and outs of the author/editor relationship. Here’s the first…

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Focus on Harlequin Love Inspired author Margaret Daley

Love Inspired author Margaret Daley writes at least four novels a year for two different lines. She juggles two miniseries, contributes to other projects, and always remains fresh and timely! The emotional tension in her stories of faith and love resonate with her fans. Here she gives some advice about keeping balance….   I write…

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Focus on Christine Rimmer – a Truly Special Harlequin Author!

Christine Rimmer has written nearly 100 books for the various Harlequin and Silhouette programs over the years.  But her warm, emotional style, charming characters, devastating heroes and independent heroines are perfectly at home in the Harlequin Special Edition line. Her 72nd and 73rd Special Edition titles are published at the end of this year. With her new…

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Focus on debut Harlequin Romantic Suspense author Mel Sterling

Mel Sterling finaled in the 2012 So You Think You Can Write Contest. Now she’s a debut Harlequin author. So how did she get to this point…? People sometimes ask me, “Where do you get your ideas?” These days, I can answer truthfully, “At the convenience store.”  My Harlequin Romantic Suspense book (due out in May of…

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