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Festival of Romance Best Romantic Read Award Winner Rowan Coleman has shared her thoughts on winning the award with us.......
'I think the official photo of the moment the winner of Best Romantic Read was announced says it all - that look of shock on my face is completely genuine! I was really delighted to be on the shortlist with other writers, all of whom I very much…Continue
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Festival of Romance - Best EBook Award winner Phillipa Ashley says......
Gobsmacked' was the word I used on the night, I think! But also totally thrilled that the reader panel loved Miranda's Mount - it was such fun to write and I'm so pleased that Piatkus Entice wanted to publish it. Also want to add that Festival of Romance was such a brilliant event, I think…Continue
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Festival of Romance Innovation Award Winner, Mandy Baggot says.......
Winning this award is so special because it's recognition from the industry for all the hard work I've put in over the past year. I've travelled the country with a suitcase signing at…Continue
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Festival of Romance Best Published Author Award winner Nicola May says.....
I am thoroughly delighted to be a Festival of Romance award winner. It is particularly refreshing for a self-published work to be recognised. And, in this fast changing publishing world, I hope this is the sign of things to come
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Festival of Romance Best Historical Read Award winner Christina Courtenay says....
I'm absolutely thrilled to have won the Best Historical Read award at the Festival of Romance and so pleased the judges enjoyed my novel! I was in amazing company and up against some fantastic books by great authors, so it was a huge honour to have been chosen. Many thanks to everyone involved!
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Bedford looks set to be taken over by a tsunami of love and romance on the weekend of 16th to 18th November 2012 as it hosts the UK's only literary festival dedicated to romantic fiction.
Forty five authors are taking part in the Festival of Romance including bestselling stars Carole Matthews, Trisha…
Added by Romantic Fiction News on October 29, 2012 at 12:23 — No Comments
A market research company is looking for women who are active romance readers (6+ books per year) and who own an eReader (Kindle, iPad etc) to take part in some research about enjoyment of the genre. The focus group is being organised by SCB Partners and participants will discuss what they love about reading romantic fiction.The focus group takes place this Tuesday evening, 30 October, in Hammersmith, London and those taking part will…Continue
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The Festival of Romance taking place in Bedford next month is providing a unique chance for writers to pitch their novels live to a panel of publishers. On the panel listening to and giving live feedback to the pitches will be editors from Mills and Boon who publish across many genres and romantic fiction…Continue
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Bestselling Irish author Maeve Binchy has died peacefully in hospital yesterday following a short illness. The 72-year-old author sold more than 40 million books worldwide during her career and touched on relationship issues that struck real resonance with her readers. Several of her books were adapted for the screen including the Circle…Continue
With dozens of authors, a bumper weekend full of fun and a new town centre venue, the 2012 Festival of Romance looks to be bigger and better this year. Taking place from the 16th to 18th November in a variety of venues all within the historic county town of Bedford, the …Continue