Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Authors having fun

One of the best times of the year as a Harlequin author is the times we actually all get to be in a room together.  It doesn’t happen often enough – and there are always some missing faces, but when it does happen, we have a ball.

This year the Mills and Boon Author lunch was held in September.  We lunch, and then there is a cocktail party hosted by Mills and Boon in the early evening.

So here is the motley crew!  This is myself, Caroline Anderson, Kate Hardy and Louisa George at the cocktail party!


The next day was great too.  Louisa was flying home to New Zealand so I stayed an extra night in London with her.  We had a fabulous time visiting the gorgeous poppies at the Tower of London.


We might have visited Harrods too…..


Saturday night was a trip to see the fabulous musical Wicked and Sunday was an unexpected tour of Buckingham Palace, where of course, we had to have tea and cakes!


There is something so fabulous about spending time with other authors.  Roll on next year!!!


19 thoughts on “Authors having fun”

  1. Scarlett, like Fiona I’m very jealous. Would love to get to met some of the northern crowd. !! One day if I’m very good. Not going to happen.:)

  2. Scarlet, I’m so jealous to see all of you together! I’m hoping to be at RWA ’15 and crossing my fingers that I’ll see some familiar faces there. So glad you ladies had fun!

  3. How wonderful that you two had extra time together. Loved meeting Louisa in 2012. And you’re right, it really is great to spend time with fellow M&B authors. Harlequin knows how to throw the parties! 🙂

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