Rachel Dove I never expected to even place in the Mills & Boon/Prima competition, let alone win. I, like many other writers, was used to the rejection letters, the narrow misses, and the notebook of ideas just vying for attention. Since finishing writing ‘The Chic Boutique on Baker Street’, I decided to take the plunge … Read more
This competition has now closed. Our Winner is Justin from Manchester! To celebrate the launch of our new blog we’re giving you the chance to win a picnic hamper and a bundle of Mills & Boon books worth over £100! You can enter here. Make sure to keep an eye out on our blog for … Read more
To celebrate the launch of our new blog, our wonderful author Sharon Kendrick answers the questions we’re all desperate to know! What inspires your book ideas? Films (especially films with subtitles) always provide bags of inspiration. I also value overheard conversations (I’m always listening if ever I’m on the train or at an airport!). But … Read more
One of my favourite films growing up was Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. I loved the premise- seven slightly uncivilised brothers all living in the back of beyond, struggling with the harsh realities of life and desperately lonely. Watching those seven men get their women the wrong way, then slowly falling hopelessly in love with … Read more
I write deeply happy books, novels that I hope can make you smile, or soothe a stressed or broken heart, because in my other life, I’m a midwife. The happiness I weave into my books comes from knowledge of the good and the sad that’s at the heart of every midwife’s job. We are the … Read more
Wonderful regency author Anna Campbell came to visit us in the office and we were lucky enough to have a chat with her and ask her a few questions! Read all about all things regency, writing tips and what Anna has in store for her readers… What’s usually the inspiration behind your books? Usually it’s … Read more
Our wonderful author Marguerite Kaye gives us an insight into her brilliant new book, Claiming his Desert Princess.
The first three novels of my Hot Arabian Nights quartet are my take on the sheikh trope, featuring princely heroes who are all-powerful, remote, effectively ‘cloaked’, vulnerable only to their inconveniently unsuitable soulmate, the Western heroine. The harem, that exotic, sensual and much mythologised private inner sanctum plays a role, but my honourable heroes are … Read more
Our wonderful Cherish author Nina Singh tells us all about the moment she became a Mills & Boon author!
I almost didn’t answer the phone when I got ‘the call’. The day was the Fourth of July, a major holiday in the United States. But it happens to be a particularly big deal in the New England area where I live. I was in the process of rushing out the door to spend the … Read more
Our wonderful medical authors Carol Marinelli and Fiona Lowe give us a behind-the-scenes insight into the Paddington Children’s Hospital mini-series and their fabulous romance stories. Their One Night Baby I thoroughly enjoyed writing the opening story in the Paddington Children’s Hospital series. The news that Paddington Children’s Hospital is soon to close comes as a … Read more
World Book Night is a national celebration of reading and books which takes place on 23 April every year. Our wonderful author Georgie Lee gives us an insight into her fabulous book The Secret Marriage Pact which has been selected as a World Book Night title. I’m very excited to have my book, The Secret … Read more