Thank you all for the feedback re my notes from the RNA Conference – I am delighted that people found them useful.
SO much to think through. Head still spinning.
Now all I have to do is put this good advice to use in my current book! So I am off line for a few days to focus on layering and strengthening my work.
This involves use of checklists and challenge questions I have come up with over the past few years to help with the rewriting process, and yes, they are SERIOUSLY challenging. Courage ma brave. Courage.
LAUNCH PARTY CONTEST WINNERS
In the meantime I have collected together the entries from my Launch Party Contests and chosen the winners at random. As a scientist I know that I should have used some cunning statistical program, but there is nothing quite like folded pieces of paper and rummaging inside a tossed poly bag with your eyes closed.
Thank you all SO much for contributing and making my launch day so special.
*First: A signed copy of ‘Always the Bridesmaid’ and a signed cover flat of the US cover.
Question: What kind of Bakery does Amy Edler run in ‘Always the Bridesmaid’?
Answer: An Austrian Bakery/Patisserie where she makes chocolate wedding cakes.
And the three lucky winners are: Eva Silkha, Jackie McGee and Debs Carr – who will be receiving an e-mail from me asking for their mailing address. Congratulations and I do hope that you enjoy the book.
*Second: Win a Signed Book from a Celebrity Mystery Guest
Question: Tell me the title of your favourite Mills and Boon book. Ever.
And the winner is: Romy Sommer – who chose Liz Fielding’s “The Bride’s Baby”. Brilliant choice Romy. I shall be sending you an e-mail asking for your mailing address so I can tell my celebrity guest who to send the book to.
Many thanks again to everyone who entered the contests.