Category: Harlequin Authors

Sheryl Lister Talks About her Writing Journey to Harlequin Kimani!

Just To Be With You, Sheryl Lister‘s debut Kimani, isn’t out until August, but we’re already thrilled with the enthusiasm, energy and sheer excitement she brings to the line! It’s been a long journey to publication, but we’re delighted to have her  A Daughter’s Journey… Many people ask if I just woke up one morning…

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December 2013 Acquisition Roundup

With the announcements from So You Think You Can Write and Wattpad contests, December was a great time to welcome some new authors into the Harlequin family! And some authors also came to us in more traditional ways by submitting to the editors from our site or from conferences or earlier pitches!  Here are some…

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Love Inspired Reader Party

Long, long ago Harlequin and Silhouette used to have “reader parties” where readers and editors and authors got together to talk about books and writing and all sorts of fun stuff. Well, we’re trying it out again… What? A Love Inspired Reader Luncheon When? Thursday, January 30th, 11 am-2 pm Where? Crown Plaza hotel in…

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Don’t Give In to Fear – Writing tip from Rula Sinara

  Rula Sinara‘s first book is out from Harlequin Heartwarming this month. Senior Editor Victoria Curran can’t stop talking about the wonderful, emotional qualities of THE PROMISE OF RAIN, and we’re all eager to read it! But first Rula has some words of encouragement… Breaking Fear We all have the capacity to fear. For the…

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A Year in Publishing Life – Author & Editor – Carly Silver

    Yesterday brand new Special Edition author Amy Woods gave us her point of view on the road to publication. Today, Carly Silver is giving some insight… Acquiring my first author – Carly Silver In my role as an editorial assistant to one senior editor and two executive editors, I read a lot of…

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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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Jennifer Snow Debuts her Harlequin Heartwarming Title!

Isn’t THE TROUBLE WITH MISTLETOE the perfect debut for an author named Jennifer Snow? But don’t worry–her next book is What A Girl Wants–no Christmas required! Jennifer sold her first book to Harlequin Heartwarming just this March, so it’s wonderful to see her first book out in the same year! Growing up, I was very…

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Stirring up a Harlequin Intrigue by Lena Diaz…

  Lena Diaz sold her first Harlequin Intrigue in 2011–and she’s just contracted her ninth title! She writes emotional, exciting, juicy stories and we’ve asked her how she creates her magic… How do I write a Harlequin Intrigue? Today I’m sharing my process, from beginning to end. Let’s dive right in!   The Story Idea…

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October Acquisition Roundup for Harlequin Series!

After a few (relatively) slow months, the Harlequin series editors were contracting many books in October! 181 individual titles were acquired for the various lines. Yep, 181! The most acquisitive lines were Harlequin Presents—with 25 contracted  titles!—Harlequin Intrigue with 21, Harlequin Romantic Suspense with 19 and Harlequin Superromance with 18 titles. Between 1-15 books were…

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Harlequin Author Milestones

The Harlequin Blog ran this a few weeks ago, but we thought it worth repeating! Here are the milestones for all the Harlequin authors (series, digital, single title) in November. Aren’t they a talented bunch? Debut Authors: Debbie Herbert, Siren’s Secret Amalie Howard, Waterfell Jenny Oliver, The Parisian Christmas Bake Off Kimberly Rose Johnson, The…

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