We are so thrilled to have Maisey Yates here with us today to discuss biracial romance and her current release, “The Highest Price To Pay”, from Harlequin Presents. While biracial romance is a staple of [...]
Today a new round of category authors respond to our questions and answer yours. It’s the first day of RWA’s national conference – because of this, some authors will be stopping in late. One of [...]
I blame my addiction to romance on Mills & Boon. I first discovered category romance when I lived in England, but when I moved back home, Harlequin and Silhouette books quickly outnumbered the M&B titles [...]
Good morning and welcome to Crafting Your Career. Today, we continue our yearlong look into the various romance subgenres by spotlighting the medical subgenre. Author Janice Lynn and Harlequin Mills & Boon Assistant Editor Lucy Gilmour are here to [...]
Good morning and welcome to Crafting Your Career! Today, we continue our yearlong look into the various romance sub-genres by spotlighting multi-cultural romance. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L.A. Banks and Executive [...]
Welcome to the first of a yearlong series of lectures on different romance fiction sub-genres. One Monday each month, Crafting Your Career will be dedicated to this topic, and today’s post focuses on the contemporary romance. Those of us who’ve been around know sub-genres wax and wane in popularity, so which “w” word applies to contemporaries in the current publishing climate?
Today, New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips and literary agent Laura Bradford are here to share their insights and predictions. Carly and Laura will also check in throughout the day to answer questions.
Senior Editor Ann Leslie Tuttle with Harlequin Books joins us today to share what she believes are the top three submission errors writers make and how they can fix ‘em. Ann Leslie has graciously agreed [...]