Editor & Author Writing Tips for Our Historical Blitz

Editor & Author Writing Tips for Our Historical Blitz

Whether you’re polishing up your entry for the Warriors Wanted Blitz or looking for some general historical romance writing advice, the Mills & Boon editors and authors share their top tips to make your story stand out from the crowd… * First, let’s hear from the editors… “For me, the opening few lines to a … Read more


Warriors Wanted! Historical Blitz

Warriors Wanted! Historical Blitz

With many of you in lockdown, or at least staying at home a lot more than usual, now might be the perfect time to escape back in time and try your hand at writing a romance novel! And we’re looking for new authors! * The Mills & Boon Historical series is excited to announce a … Read more


Ella Matthews: The Call

Ella Matthews: The Call

Debut Historical romance author Ella Matthews shares the moment she received ‘The Call’ to write for Mills & Boon and her journey to getting her new book, The Warrior Knight and the Widow, published. * A couple of years ago I saw a tweet by M&B editor, Nic Caws, asking writers of medieval romances to … Read more


Virginia Heath: Redeeming the Reclusive Earl

Virginia Heath: Redeeming the Reclusive Earl

Historical author Virginia Heath shares with us the reasons why she decided to create a neurodiverse heroine for her new book, Redeeming the Reclusive Earl. * Characters, like story ideas and plot twists, tend to come to me as I write. I’ve never been able to plan more than a few scenes ahead, and my … Read more


Laura Martin: The Brooding Earl’s Proposition

Laura Martin: The Brooding Earl’s Proposition

We caught up with Historical author Laura Martin to discuss her new book, The Brooding Earl’s Proposition. Read on to find out Laura’s inspiration behind the book and why she loves writing historical romance! * There are many things that I love about both reading and writing historical romance, but perhaps most fascinating to me … Read more


Q&A with Michelle Willingham!

Q&A with Michelle Willingham!

We caught up with the wonderful Michelle Willingham to discuss her new book – the first in our Sons of Sigurd miniseries – Stolen by the Viking. Read on to find out about the inspiration behind the book and to pick up some valuable tips for new writers! * What was the inspiration behind Stolen … Read more


How To Write A Viking: Top Tips from the Sons of Sigurd Authors

How To Write A Viking: Top Tips from the Sons of Sigurd Authors

It’s almost time! The first instalment in the Sons of Sigurd miniseries, Stolen by the Viking by Michelle Willingham, is on its way. And, with Falling for Her Viking Captive by Harper St. George, Writin by Michelle Styles, Redeeming Her Viking Warrior by Jenni Fletcher and Tempted by Her Viking Enemy by Terri Brisbin to follow, it’s the perfect time for our Historical authors to share their … Read more


Exclusive Extract: Lilian and the Irresistible Duke

Exclusive Extract: Lilian and the Irresistible Duke

We’re giving our lucky readers a sneak peek at the last book in our Secrets of a Victorian Household quartet. Read on for an exclusive extract of Lilian and the Irresistible Duke by Virginia Heath – out now! * ‘I suspect you have been brought here on purpose, Mrs Fairclough.’ The woman before him could … Read more


Exclusive Extract: The Secrets of Lord Lynford

Exclusive Extract: The Secrets of Lord Lynford

We’re giving our lucky readers a sneak peek at the first book in Bronwyn Scott‘s new quartet, The Cornish Dukes. Read on for an exclusive extract of The Secrets of Lord Lynford, out now! * Eliza should have left when she had the chance. She should not have lingered in the garden, tempting fate. She’d … Read more


Q&A with Madeline Martin

Q&A with Madeline Martin

We’re proud to introduce the lovely Madeline Martin, one of our new Historical romance authors! Read on to find out about her journey to becoming published and the inspiration behind her very first Mills & Boon book, How to Tempt a Duke.  * Can you tell us a bit about how you became a writer?  I’ve been … Read more