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Jane Lovering has scooped this year's Romantic Novel of the Year award for Please Don't Stop the Music from a strong shortlist that included novels by Christina Courtenay, Katie Fforde, Caroline Green and Rosie Thomas. The panel of judges described Jane's voice as "fresh and new with an unexpected hero", and included…Continue
E. L James continues to surprise book trade pundits by the sheer volumes of sales of her debut erotic romance, Fifty Shades of Grey, which is selling 60,000 copies a week in paperback, plenty enough to keep her at the top of the UK book charts for the last three weeks.
While some US libraries are reported to have banned Fifty Shades of Grey, the sensation is…Continue
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I'm currently planning some new content for my female fiction website, Trashionista, and wondered if any of you lovely ladies here fancied taking part in some features?
Over the coming months I'll be looking for authors to submit writing-relateing tips, stories about their own experiences in writing and publishing and quite possibly some 'yay or nay' features/debates.
If anyone is interested in taking part, please let me know! Just thought I'd give…
Within the last month, two major British publishers have announced new romance imprints. At the beginning of August Transworld relaunched the famous Loveswept line as a digital imprint. Loveswept was a major romance publisher in the 1980s and 90s and published 917 titles between 1983 and 1999. The line launched many now big name authors including Tami Hoag and Janet Evanovich and will make classic Loveswept romances…Continue