Susan Murphy is a South Australian based romance author. Her works include Confetti Confidential: They Do, I Don’t and Annabel’s Wedding. Currently she is our writer in residence, and will be working on a historical romance during her time at the Centre. What attracted you to the romance genre? What’s not […]
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A huge CONGRATULATIONS to our Admin Assistant, Sarah Gates, who received the Colin Thiele Writing Scholarship from Carclew recently, of $12,500. We’re very proud of her and her writing achievements and we’re excited for this wonderful step in her career.
Congratulations to Lucy Clark who one the Ruby Award for Short Sweet Romance for her title One Life-Changing Moment, over the weekend at the Romance Writers Australia conference. We’re very proud to have Lucy as part of our professional development program and she will be delivering a workshop on Writing […]
By Cassandra Dean and Lucy Clark Cassandra and Lucy provide insight into a common mistake. In their capacity as editors, they come across the same misstep all too often – a rush through scenes and situations, so that all emotion and depth is lost. A reader wants to feel the […]
A Mills & Boon book is sold in the UK every 3 seconds ‘…the market is enormous, and almost every major publisher has a romance line. Most romances are mass market paperbacks. Most publishers will look at unsolicited unagented queries. Some will also take unsolicited manuscript submissions.’ Rebecca York […]