Katherine Garbera Can Write Just About Anywhere…

  Katherine Garbera is someone you most definitely pencil in her address in your contact book! But somehow she’s managed to write over 45 titles for Harlequin while on the move. Here are some of her secrets…   The View From Where? I like writing, actually I love it. What I really dig about it…

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Kat Cantrell’s SYTYCW feedback!

Kat Cantrell won the SYTYCW contest two years ago. Now, eighteen contracted titles later (though not all published yet!), she looks back on the feedback from Senior Editor Stacy Boyd that helped her get that career started! The winning  feedback… In the comments of the SOLD! Blog a few weeks ago, someone mentioned how helpful…

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Favorite Historical Heroes…

The #HistoricalHeroes contest is winding down-the last day to submit is July 6th! Meanwhile, here’s a peek into the heroes that catch the UK editors’ attention… (Originally posted on the M&B site!) Who are the best #HistoricalHeroes of all time? With our #HistoricalHeroes contest well under way, here at Paradise Heights we thought the beginning…

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#HistoricalHeroes contest Top Ten Tips!

The editors have been busying reading and sorting and enjoying the entries for the Harlequin #HistoricalHeroes contest we talked about two weeks ago! Want to see what they’ve been spotting? (Originally posted on the M&B site!)  This week the focus is on those Viking style heroes! July 6th is the final day to enter…. #HistoricalHeroes…

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7 Questions for New Author Stefanie London

Today we’re highlighting debut author Stefanie London, who has a Harlequin Kiss out in July! Don’t miss your chance to grab Only the Brave Try Ballet in print–or wherever ebooks are sold on July 1st!  Seven Things Writers Want To Know! What got you interested in writing? It sounds so cliché but I’ve wanted to…

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Debut Author Andie Brock’s Revision Letter

A few days ago we highlighted new Harlequin Presents author Andie Brock’s first Call–and also Laura McCallen’s side of things! In her post, Andie mentioned getting a detailed editorial consultation as part of the prize, so we asked about it–and she and Laura volunteered the details! We think it’s a great letter, showing the scope…

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First Page Feedback – A Simple Deception

This could be the week for exciting weddings! Here’s our first Historical submission, A Simple Deception from Vanessa Grace…. It was the wedding catastrophe of the decade. Oh, but the ton would love it. An American heiress marrying the eligible Mr. Clyde Mosley had caused a stir behind the lacy fans. The fact the bride…

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First Page Feedback – The Paper Girl Next Door

Here’s the next First Page Feedback! The Paper Girl Next Door is by Elizabeth Cardoza, and aimed at Special Edition. Finn Patterson balanced a crate of leftover wine under his arm while he locked the door to his now-empty wine shop one last time. It occurred to him he should feel more emotion about this.…

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