A Day Late And Dollar Short…

Romance Vintage

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Hey!

For those of you interested in writing Harlequin-type of romance novels, I stumbled across this yesterday.

I like a good romance story but as far as my current writing project goes, I’m not sure if my novel-in-progress would fit their guidelines.

I’ll have to check out what their Kimani Press line is all about.

But I will say one thing, in perusing through their website, they have some great articles and resources with great tips that could help most writers on how to plot your storyline, show don’t tell, etc.

Just thought that I would share on this Saturday morning!

Cheers!

M   xoxo


SYTYCW CONFERENCE 2015 | So You Think You Can Write

We’re looking for great new voices in romantic fiction, and we’re offering the awesome Grand Prize of a two-book contract with Harlequin! Our free, interactive online conference kicks things off with editorial sessions for every writing level through posts on our blog, Twitter, Harlequin Community and more.

A few of the more than 40 sessions featuring editors and writers:

  • Keeping Pace: Plot your romance with excitement and tension
  • Born to be Bad: Horrible bosses, evil exes and other romance villains
  • Say it with Style: How to write great dialogue
  • The Black Moment: How to raise the romantic stakes before the HEA

Don’t miss the ever popular Writing Challenges on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Send in your assignment and you may be chosen to receive personalized feedback from one of our editors!

To see the full conference schedule, select “Details” below. Links will be live at the time of the event.

The contest deadline is September 21, 2015!

– See more at: http://www.soyouthinkyoucanwrite.com/events/#sthash.8sHU0fUy.dpuf

Source: SYTYCW CONFERENCE 2015 | So You Think You Can Write

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