Do you love to write romantic fiction and have an idea for a contemporary romance that will entertain the nation? If so, then our Love To Write competition is for you! Meet the judging panel, read writing tips from our authors and find out how you can enter today!
We will be judging each entry on the following criteria:
Our winner will get:
Cherish stories are all about real, relatable women and strong, deeply desirable men experiencing the intensity, anticipation and sheer rush of falling in love. Let your imagination take you to gorgeous and glamorous settings where romance can blossom. Find out more.
Author judge Jessica Gilmore is on the panel and knows exactly what it takes to write a Cherish story. Read her latest Cherish book, Unveiling the Bridesmaid, today!
Medical stories are intense and uplifting romances set in the medical world. Experience the breath-taking rollercoaster of emotions, ambitions and desires of today's medical professionals. The focus of the story must be on the development of the central romantic relationship against the backdrop of a contemporary medical setting. Find out more.
Award winning author Annie O’Neil is on the judging panel so knows exactly what it takes to write a Medical romance. Read her latest Medical title, Santiago’s Convenient Fiancée, to see how it’s done!
At the heart of all great romances are two strong, appealing, sympathetic and three-dimensional characters. For more tips and tricks on how to write the perfect romance, read more here.
If you think you have what it takes to win our Love To Write competition, write and submit an original story outline (between 500 and 1,000 words) and first chapter (3,000 to 5,000 words) for the Cherish or Medical Romance series. Send your submission by 31 March 2017 to email@example.com or post to Love To Write, Prima Writing Competition, Mills & Boon, Editorial Dept, The News Building, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. For full Ts and Cs click here.
The winner will be selected by the judging panel. They will then have six months to write a novel of 50,000 words with the help of a Mills & Boon editor. Good luck!
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