Category Archives: inspiration

The UK Editors take a leaf from the Presents Heroine’s Playbook!

by Associate Editor Pippa Roscoe One thing that we especially love about Presents is the amazing locations that the heroines find themselves in. And with summer holidays just around the corner, I’ve been looking into where our very own editorial … Continue reading »

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Finding Those Sicilians Irresistible!

by Michelle Smart, author of Taming the Notorious Sicilian Regular readers of this blog will (hopefully) recall a post I did back in March about standing at my kitchen sink when a snapshot of a scene came into my mind. That … Continue reading »

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“Switching the hero and heroine’s roles”: Melanie Milburne on At No Man’s Command + Giveaway!

by Melanie Milburne, author of  At No Man’s Command I’m currently hiding away at our beach house on the east coast of Tasmania in order to finish a book with a horrifyingly close deadline. It’s winter here so I have … Continue reading »

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Maggie Cox on Young Love and The Man She Can’t Forget

by Maggie Cox, author of The Man She Can’t Forget He wasn’t the love of my life but I’ll never forget my teenage crush on a good looking family friend from Australia. From the moment I saw his wavy chestnut … Continue reading »

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A Man of Honor – and a true story + Giveaway!

by Kate Walker, author of A Question of Honor One of my favourite things in my ‘memories’ cabinet is a silver spoon. It’s old, really rather worn – in fact in some places, it has been worn pretty thin – and it’s … Continue reading »

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