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Competition

Love Marriage of Convenience romances? To celebrate the launch of my new “Marriage of Convenience” series —MARRY IN HASTE, out May 2— I’ve joined a group to create this sweep. Enter and be in the draw to win more than 35 MoC stories (including mine) plus a kindle fire. Go here to enter: bit.ly/marriage-rom

COMPETITION

WIN THE AWARD-WINNING SERIES!  

Want a chance to win the complete Chance Sisters Romance series? To promote my new book (MARRY IN HASTE, out on May 2nd) Penguin USA is running a competition.
But it’s only for US residents, sorry.

The competition closes on 20 April, so be quick.

Click on this link to enter.

If you can’t enter because you don’t live in the USA, don’t worry — I’ll be running a Goodreads Giveaway in the near future and it will be open to everyone, regardless of where they live. Stay tuned.

Writing Workshop in Sydney

On Saturday 11th March I’m conducting a one day writing workshop at the beautiful old NSW Writers Centre in Rozelle, Sydney. Further details of the course, including booking links and pricing are here: http://www.nswwc.org.au/products-page/fiction/romancing-the-page/

Here is part of the blurb for the course:
Romance is character-driven genre fiction. Forget about “the formula” — there’s no such thing. Like all popular fiction, it must delight, surprise and entertain readers.  Romance (in all its varied guises) accounts for a huge chunk of the international fiction market, and even adding a thread of romance to a story in another genre will extend the appeal of that book — as long as you do it well. 

The NSW Writers Centre is a little tricky to find — it’s in the grounds of Callan Park, Balmain Rd
Rozelle, in Garry Owen House (The NSW Writers’ Centre) Enter the park grounds from the Balmain Road gate opposite Cecily Street and follow the green signs to the NSW Writers’ Centre — the photo above.