Category: writing historical romance

We Want Your Inspirational Historical Romances!

Do you write inspirational historical romance and want to submit to Harlequin? Then don’t forget the open submission call for our inspirational historical limited series! Note that this is NOT part of the Warriors Wanted blitz but a separate submission call that’s part of our inspirational limited series. Read on as Editor Leah Mol gives…

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Warriors Wanted: Get Ready for the Historical Blitz Bootcamp!

The Harlequin Historical series is excited to announce a new blitz for aspiring authors opening next Friday, June 5th! We’re looking for talented new voices in Viking, Medieval and Highlander romances. This is an opportunity to showcase your historical warrior romance to our editors, get some helpful feedback in an accelerated time frame, and maybe…

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Top Tips for Writing a Harlequin Historical Romance

Are you keen to pen a Harlequin Historical romance? Whether you’re writing dashing dukes, brooding Earls, or dark medieval warriors, here are some key tips from the editors… Ensure what you’re writing is historically accurate And grounded in research, so that readers can be swept along in the beautiful historical world you’ve created! We love…

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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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