The perfect recipe for Romance…

Jane Lark’s gorgeous new romance, Just for the Rush, is out now (https://t.co/u7zMyXIdP4) and lovely Jane has written a fun recipe for love…   First introduce the restless woman who is looking for something much more than she has Throw in the perfect looking bad guy, with a wicked streak and a thirst for things that make his heart pound Mix it up with a time of year when every body wants to be with somebody Give him a motorbike and leathers Take it off to a beautiful backdrop with picture postcard views of high hills, broad lakes and gnarly woods Insert an isolated cottage Then dress the room with a roaring fire in a glowing log burner Finally, just add champagne But what happens when…

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Emma Heatherington on the Fragility of Time

To celebrate the publication of The Legacy of Lucy Harte by Emma Heatherington today we’ve been running a blog tour with the theme ‘New Year, New You’ this week. The final guest post is by none other than author Emma herself, in which she talks about the book, the fragility of time, and what the new year means to her! ‘Sometimes time is all we have with the people we love the most. I ask you to slow down in life. To take your time, but don’t waste it….’ (Maggie O’Hara, The Legacy of Lucy Harte) Time. Funny old thing really, isn’t it when you think about it? Whether we’re trying to beat the clock to gain a personal best, rushing around and cursing the…

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HarperImpulse’s Last Minute Christmas Gift Guide

Struggling for gift ideas? Running out of time? Check out our handy last-minute gift guide for some great ideas for your friends and family! Give the gift of some me-time! Debbie Johnson’s new festive treat, Christmas at the Comfort Food Café makes a brilliant gift – buy it here now. …And add some hot chocolate, so they can feel super cosy. Enthusiastic wine lovers? Treat them to a box of F&M wines. Can’t stop singing Christmas songs? Treat the music-aficionado in your life to a Premium Spotify subscription: buy a family subscription and it’ll become the gift that keeps on giving! (Find out how here.) For your slightly-alcoholic bestie: why not book a fancy tasting experience for two at Sipsmith, and learn about the history…

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Katey Lovell’s Top 5 Writing Tips

Today’s exclusive content for the Harper Impulse advent calendar is a good one, especially for aspiring writers. Kate Lovell, author of The Singalong Society for Singletons, shares her top 5 writing tips. 1. Plan It’s been said that there are three types of writers – planners (who plot out their novel before they start writing), pantsers (who write by the seat of their pants) and plantsers (a combination of the two). I’ve tried to be a hippy-dippy writer that goes with the flow and it just doesn’t work for me. I work most effectively when I’ve got a structure and ideas, and although I’ll find characters doing and saying things that are way off what I expect, by sticking to a plan I find it…

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Lorraine Wilson Talks About the Special Chalet Girls Cover

Yesterday we were thrilled to reveal the cover for the upcoming Chalet Girls by Lorraine Wilson with the wonderful Amanda from One More Page. Not only is the cover absolutely gorgeous and is making us want to book a flight to snowy mountains right now, but there is also something extra special about it… the dog in the illustration looks a lot like Lorraine’s beloved Pip. Lorraine on the special cover for Chalet Girls: One of the reasons why I love the Chalet Girls cover is because the little dog in the picture strongly resembles my rescue dog Pip, who sadly died earlier this year. I wrote him into the novel before his death because his own tale is one of the triumph of love…

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