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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
Added by Romantic Fiction News on October 16, 2012 at 10:29 — No Comments
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…
Kindle versus Smashwords for ebooks?
I like the Kindle because the format is kinder and not so difficult to get exactly right for publishing.
Smashwords is far more difficult as it takes in so many different applications. But it does tell you how many people have downloaded your work -and how many have actually bought.
What I love about ebooks is the fast way you can alter or add information and republish within 24 hours.
best of luck to anyone formatting for…Continue
We're delighted to be welcoming Xcite Books to the Festival of Romance who will be launching an Xciting competition to win a publishing contract! The Festival of Romance interviewed Antonia Adams who is an editor at Xcite Books.…
Added by Kate Allan on October 19, 2011 at 9:48 — No Comments