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Agent Interview, Author Interviews, Carly Phillips, Contemporary Romance, Crafting Your Career, Harlequin, Kelsey Browning, Laura Bradford, Publication, Publishing Career, Romance Writing, Writing Career Welcome to the first of a yearlong series of lectures on different romance fiction sub-genres.
One Monday each month, Crafting Your Career will be dedicated to this topic, and today’s post focuses on the contemporary romance.
Single mum of one, she is also co-founder of London-based Introduction service, Four Letter Word.
Thirty-something Katy flirts outrageously in the name of research for her 200,000 blog readers, writes dating articles for the UK Huffington Post and over-shares on Twitter.
And here, right at my 30th birthday, I am on the brink of a major career change, where I get to stand in front of young adults every day and be a positive role model, hopefully impacting them for eternity. Might this be the beginning of my own public ministry of sorts, with everything up to now being a season of preparation? If 30 is the year I start to see God really moving in my life to impact others, then I say bring on the next decade!
You may not have heard of Laughly Emerging Comedian Alison Stevenson yet, but trust us, you’re going to–and not just in this email.
Here’s their list of the top 10 UK bloggers for Divorcees.With a mother on her 4th marriage, Katy says, “Multi-marriages is not something I’m unfamiliar with.” Read Katy at Suzi Godson Suzi has been The UK Times Sex and Relationships columnist for the past 10 years. Her blog has brilliant articles on all manner of things from relationship breakdowns, support groups, the government’s scheme to create an app for divorce, sex and family.Carly: I admit to being biased in my interest on the state of contemporary romance today.I answer with two hats, as an author who writes contemporary romance and as a reader who loves reading contemporary romance.