First things first – Happy New Year everyone!
We’re making some changes at Love Is the Best Medicine in 2016, which we’re all pretty excited about! All of our regular bloggers will still be posting, and in addition we’ll be running some great new features. In order to fit all of that in, from next week we’ll be posting three times a week instead of two, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
So what’s new? In addition to her regular blog spot, Amy Andrews is masterminding the first Wednesday of each month, and will bring you news of the six new Medical Romance releases. We’ll also be using some of our new calendar spots to welcome guest bloggers, some of whom have blogged with us before, and some new faces.
We’re already planning a Valentine’s Day giveaway, which will be on the 10th of February. And we want you to have your say as well – we had lots of interesting answers to the survey that we ran last year, and since we still have quite a few burning questions that we’d like to hear your views about, we’ll be running more surveys in 2016.
And – drum roll please – we’re thrilled to welcome our editors! The Harlequin Mills and Boon Medical Romance Editorial team will be bringing us their news, views and insights, in a regular spot once every two months. Their first blog will be on the 25th January, so that’s definitely a date to watch!
I’ve saved the best, and most important part of our blog until last. Because the many words and pictures, the organisation and the calendar tweaking is done with just one person in mind. You, our reader. We all wish you a happy and healthy New Year, and thank you for all of your support. We’re looking forward to hearing from you in 2016!
Now some of my own news – I’ve a new book out and once again the cover fairies have been good to me. My hero and heroine take part in a fun-run along the banks of the Thames, and I think both these covers reflect that theme perfectly! And, starting as I mean to go on, I’d like to send a signed copy of the book to one reader, so please leave your comment during the next two days to be included in the draw.
After a childhood spent in foster care, art therapist Corrine Evans knows how important first impressions are. So when her enigmatic new boss Dr Tom Riley questions the impact her work can make Cori is intent on proving her value!
But as Cori gets to know this devoted doc she realises there’s a dark shadow haunting Tom’s past. And as he begins to let her in Cori discovers there’s so much more to Dr Riley than she ever dared dream…