Tuesday 27 December 2011


“We’re convinced with the potential of writing talent in India”, says Manish Singh, the Country Manager of Harlequin India. This article published in Hindustan Times talks about Passions lll and what great response have been received to previous Passions contests. More than 700 entries were received last year for Passions ll. The winners of the last two Passions contest Milan Vohra and Aastha Atray got their books published and now it’s time for a new writer to become the face of Passions.

We are providing a great platform to our readers to be a published author. A lot of people in India love romantic books and novels and Mills and Boon has topped the list of publications who write heart-touching romantic novels worldwide. A strong base of Mills and Boon fans have always existed in India and now they are given a chance to write their story and participate in Passions lll.

Anyone who is interested in being an author for us can submit their original story of about 1500 to 2000 words on our website till 31st January. The top five stories will be shortlisted by an international jury  made up of Mills and Boon editors. These five entries will be put up for public votes and the winners will be declared by February, 2012. The winner, as we know it, will get a chance to publish their Mills and Boon novel.  DO NOT miss this opportunity and pen down your story in 2000 words. It can be your own story too. Time is running out. So, be quick. 

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