rural romance

LUST-HAVE LIST: Rural Romance Novelists edition (p2)

June 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

  Loretta Hill First published at the mere age of 11, Loretta’s success as a bestselling author was destined to be. It was her ‘The Girl In…’ series that fast-tracked Loretta to becoming a household name with The Girl in the Yellow Vest a number 1 iBooks bestseller on [...]

LUST-HAVE LIST: Rural Romance Novelists edition (p4)

June 10, 2016 // 6 Comments

Pamela Cook A city girl with a country lifestyle and too many horses offers Pamela Cook the ideal perspective for her rural romance novels. Combining feisty women, tangled familial relationships, and a healthy dose of romance is just the icing on the cake! Close to Home Pamela Cook For Charlie [...]

LUST-HAVE LIST: Rural Romance Novelists edition (p3)

June 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

    Jennie Jones With a background steeped in the performing arts, actress Jennie Jones adds drama, excitement, and a healthy dose of feel-good romance into every novel she writes. Her latest novel, A Heart Stuck on Hope, is out now. A Heart Stuck on Hope Jennie Jones There’s nothing [...]

LUST-HAVE LIST: Rural Romance Novelists edition

June 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

  Welcome to our first lust-have list, this week celebrating Rural Romance novelists. We’ve listed 20 of our favourites in no particular order (please don’t make us choose!) that we’re sure you either already love or will come to love very quickly! So… here goes:   [...]

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Eva Scott

April 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

  Feature Spotlight with Eva Scott Describe yourself in one word: Determined What is your background with regard to writing? I’ve been working as a “technical” writer and freelance writer for years before I became pregnant and thought it was a good opportunity to try my hand at novel [...]

WIP ME INSPIRED: Tricia Stringer

December 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

WIP ME INSPIRED: Tricia Stringer I am always inspired by setting. My first rural romance was published via Print On Demand (POD)in 2004 before there was an official name for the genre. Country people often have to spend time in the city but city people don’t always get the chance to walk in [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Heather Garside

September 26, 2014 // 1 Comment

    Finding My Voice: Heather Garside I started writing my first novel many years ago, when I was only a teenager. I had never heard of such a thing as ‘voice’. Other novels became my how-to manuals and I studied my favourites to assist me with issues such as dialogue and speech tags. [...]

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Fiona Lowe

September 9, 2014 // 1 Comment

Author Spotlight Fiona Lowe   Describe yourself in one word: Cancerian What is your background with regard to writing? I was a keen reader and one day after hearing an interview on the radio with an editor from Mills & Boon, I decided to write a book. When did you first begin writing with [...]

WIP ME INSPIRED: Cathryn Hein

September 8, 2014 // 1 Comment

  WIP Me Inspired Cathryn Hein   Ancient tomes! Riddles! Danger! Romance! This is what I’m knee-deep in right now, and what fun it is too. My Work-In-Progress (WIP) will be my second romantic adventure release; the first, The French Prize, released on Monday 1st September to much [...]