Category: Harlequin Historical

I Sold My Book: Meet Jenni Fletcher!

Our newest Harlequin Historical author, Jenni Fletcher, shares her excitement about getting “The Call”!   I was out walking, on my way to the playground with my daughter when I got my first inkling of The Call. I heard a chime in my pocket and found a message from Harlequin’s Laura McCallen asking if I’d be free…

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Series Spotlight on Harlequin Historical Romance

This month, the series spotlight is on Harlequin Historical, and we have a very special presentation for you to enjoy – see below! Sit back, relax and click on ‘Start Prezi’. Then simply click through the presentation using the left and right arrows on screen or on your keyboard, and you’re good to go! (When…

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Harlequin Author Confessions: Most Unique Historical Fact!

Ever wondered what the most fascinating bit of research our Harlequin Historical authors have come across is? Well, we’ve invited some fabulous authors onto the SYTYCW Blog to share all! Michelle Willingham Writing historical romance inevitably means research! (Also known as procrastinating by searching the Internet for primary sources, looking at exquisite historical dresses, and…

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Weekend Writing Tips: Laura Martin

This Friday’s writing tip for the weekend comes from Harlequin Historical author, and SYTYCW 2013 alumni, Laura Martin! Check out Laura’s most recent Harlequin Historical, Under a Desert Moon, here! Watch, enjoy and happy writing! The SYTYCW Editors x

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Interview with… Marguerite Kaye

Marguerite Kaye  first sold to Harlequin in 2009. Her Harlequin Historical debut was The Wicked Lord Rasenby and since then, she has written fifteen full-length books and twenty-two novellas and online reads.  What she loves most about writing for Harlequin is the help and support of an amazing community of editorial staff and fellow authors.…

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I Sold My Book! Meet Virginia Heath…

We’re thrilled on the SOLD blog to be introducing Virginia Heath, our newest Harlequin Historical author – welcome to the family!  I suppose my story starts back on a Friday in July, when I finally plucked up enough courage to upload my first three chapters and synopsis onto Submittable. I expected to have to wait…

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I Sold My Book! Meet Lara Temple

Meet Lara Temple, our newest author for Harlequin Historical! Read on to find out more about the big moment… The Call! “I wondered if we might arrange a phone call for later this week—as there are some further small comments and queries I’d like to discuss with you.” I stared at this sentence in the…

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Advice From The Stars: Debra Cowan

The lovely Debra Cowan offers her writing tip today! Read, share and enjoy! Debra Cowan’s 2015 RITA nomination in Historical Romance : Short is… The Cowboy’s Reluctant Bride  Debra Cowan, like many writers, made up stories in her head as a child. She planned to follow family tradition until she wrote her first novel.  Equally inspired by…

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Weekend Writing Tips: Sarah Mallory

This weekend, we’ve invited wonderful Harlequin Historical author Sarah Mallory onto the SOLD blog! She’s here to tell you about why she loves historical romance, along with her number one writing tip… Follow Sarah on Twitter, and make sure you check out her latest book, A Lady for Lord Randall!

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My Ultimate Crush: Jamie Fraser (Yes, again)

We’re back this week with a Special Sunday Ultimate Crush by a member of the Jamie-Fraser-appreciation club, especially designed for everyone who has been eagerly awaiting today’s release of the next installment of Outlander! Because we know it’s not just us… Stepping up to the mic this week is… Harlequin Historical author Sophia James!  My Ultimate…

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