Monthly Archives: April 2011

Royal Weddings: The Proposal

by Terri Brisbin, author of What the Duchess Wants (Harlequin Royal Weddings Ebook Collection) Editor’s Note: It’s the week before the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton! We’re celebrating with a collection of blog posts from our Harlequin … Continue reading »

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Online Dating and Romance Novels

by Olga Kwak, Harlequin Blog Editor Last Friday, a girlfriend and I met for drinks. It was a beautiful early spring evening and we were both eager for a pint and a plate of nachos. We settled into Sneaky Dees, … Continue reading »

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Celebrate Teen Lit Day with Harlequin TEEN

Editor’s Note: Today is Teen Lit Day, supported by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). Librarians all across the country are encouraged to participate in Support Teen Literature Day on April 14 2011 by hosting events in their library … Continue reading »

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On Writing: First Find Your Voice

By Dr. Ricki G. Robinson, author of Autism Solutions (Harlequin Nonfiction) Editor’s Note: Last week Dr. Ricki stopped by the blog to share a few tips for parents of autistic children and friends who know autistic children. This week we’re … Continue reading »

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Love in Mythology (and Why Hades Isn’t So Bad After All)

By Aimée Carter (@aimee_carter), author of The Goddess Test (Harlequin TEEN, available April 20, 2011) Before Romeo and Juliet, before Tristan and Isolde, there was Hades and Persephone. A classic love story. Right? Well, no. Not unless kidnapping and death … Continue reading »

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Thinking outside the traditional Medical Romance box (sets)

by Flo Nicoll, Assistant Editor, Harlequin Mills & Boon Can you remember how you first got hooked on romance? For many of the Harlequin Mills & Boon editors, it was our obsession with TV dramas and movies: they ignited our … Continue reading »

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Spend Autism Awareness Month With Dr. Ricki G. Robinson

Editor’s Note: This week the Harlequin Community is featuring a discussion with Dr. Ricki G. Robinson, author of Autism Solutions. Dr. Ricki has very kindly written up a blog post to coincide with the discussion. To find out more information … Continue reading »

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Kristan Higgins’s Tips for Aspiring Writers

It was such an honor to be asked to write this column! Becoming published is a goal so many people hope to achieve, and it can be daunting at times. Just remember that no one was born published (except maybe … Continue reading »

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SYTYCW 2.0 – Help Us Help You

By Kathleen Scheibling, Senior Editor, Harlequin American Romance There are certain times of the year that seem most suited to getting the creative juices going. Spring – when you’re energized about new projects (and new exercise regimes to fit into … Continue reading »

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Mira Monday: Diane Chamberlain Interview

Diane Chamberlain is the bestselling author of 19 novels. Her books, frequently set in the southeastern United States, are complex stories about love, compassion and forgiveness with a touch of mystery and suspense. Her 20th release is called The Midwife’s … Continue reading »

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