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Archived content for the tag ‘romance writing’

August 12th, 2015 | Blog | Tags:

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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December 11th, 2014 | Industry news, Insights, Latest, News | Tags:

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.

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August 13th, 2014 | News | Tags:

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 […]

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June 11th, 2014 | Blog, Insights | Tags:

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 […]

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May 29th, 2014 | Blog | Tags:

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 […]

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