Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Love at the Library (and some news)

As romance readers, we’ve all done a bit of falling in love at the library!  And in the UK, Mills and Boon, The Reading Agency and over 80 libraries around the country, have joined forces to encourage readers to fall in love at their local library.

The scheme is running until 31st July, and all of the participating libraries have created their own Mills and Boon displays.  For a list of libraries taking part, please see the Mills and Boon blog.  And even if you’re not able to visit in person, you can still see some of the fantastic displays on Twitter, at #LoveAtTheLibrary.

And now for our other news.  At the beginning of 2016 we announced some changes and additions to the blog.  Our features, guest blogs and regular blogs have all been popular, but the two most visited were the Medical Romance editors’ blog in January, announcing the 2016 Medical Fast Track, and Jennifer Taylor’s blog last month for Myeloma Awareness Week.

We owe a big thank-you to all of our guest bloggers, and we’ll be bringing you more guest blogs during the next six months.  And in addition to the regular features that we introduced at the beginning of the year, starting in September some of our Medical Romance authors will be posting excerpts from their latest books.  So there’s lots to look forward to!

We’re always open to new ideas, so if there’s anything you’d like us to consider for the future, please do let us know.  And lastly – but most importantly – a huge thank you to all of our lovely readers!


5 thoughts on “Love at the Library (and some news)”

  1. Hi All

    Love the sound of the Library thing so good we should get it done here in Australia 🙂

    I do love visiting the blog finding out about the authors and the new releases guest bloggers and I do love the idea about excerpts now if someone could just give me more hours in the day to read LOL

    Have Fun

  2. At the library I go to in Orlando, they have had all the Harlequin books in a separate section for many years. There are so many HQN books they just don’t fit in with the regular big fiction books. HQN books are also the most-donated books to the library!

  3. I’ve loved seeing the photos M&B has posted on Twitter and elsewhere of the Love At The Library displays. What a great idea that’s been!

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