Sunday, 3 May 2015

Romantic (writing) life

Actually I do have quite a romantic writing life, travelling about as I do in the van with my lovely husband and making up stories in between exploring castles, admiring the scenery and drinking wine.

But this post isn't about that, it's about this. Sounds like an excellent opportunity to get your romantic novel published.

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  1. Might have a go at that, even though I have tried Mills and boon. Thanks for the link and smashing picture.

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    1. It does sound as though they might take stories which wouldn't quite fit into a Mills and Boon slot, Suzy.

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  2. I may try a romance novel one of these days. For now I will enjoy the hanging garden.

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    1. There's scope for Western romances I'm sure, Oscar.

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  3. I need to try romance. Maybe I could sell a book. I wonder if there's a nitche market for Dude Romance?

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    1. Set a trend, Mac. Sometimes people don't realise what they want until someone supplies it.

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  4. Sounds like a great opportunity, Patsy. I've tried romance and I'm not very good at it - I tend to get waylaid by secondary characters and lose my focus xx

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    1. My secondary characters tend to take over as well, Teresa,

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  5. It's a good opportunity, despite the need to sign up to be able to enter.

    When my secondary characters start trying to take over, Patsy, I promise them their own story, and that usually works. :-)

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Thanks so much for commenting!