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BY CESCA MARTIN
The prize on offer is a full day ticket to the Festival of Romance. A day ticket includes access to all events, refreshments and a scrummy two-course lunch. The winner can choose which day they would like to attend – Friday 21 October or Saturday 22 October.
The full Festival programme is on the website: www.festivalofromance.co.uk so do go and check it out.
There are some fantastic Highlights during the two day event include talks by the wonderful author Carole Matthews, a selection of Mills and Boon authors, Choc tasting with Choc Lit, a Romance writing workshop with Sue Moorcroft, Author panels, competitions and the Saturday night ball.
So how do you win this fabulous prize? It is very simple. We want to hear what you think makes a true romantic hero. Is he tall, dark, handsome? Or something more. Leave your comments below and the winner will be selected by Novelicious/Festival of Romance and announced on the site.
Author Talli Roland explains why she is attending the Festival of Romance this year, “If the god(dess) of novels created the perfect conference for me, it would be The Festival of Romance. I like nothing more than talking about books, books and… books! So that’s what I’m looking forward to most, apart from drinking wine and eating chocolate, of course. I can’t wait to meet lots of other romance lovers, too. Lovers of romance. You know what I mean! I’ll also be taking part in a chick-lit panel along with Sue Moorcroft and Juliet Archer, two wonderful authors. And, somehow, I’ve agreed to appear in my Marilyn Monroe costume in the Authors’ Fashion Show. I may live to regret that decision. The Festival of Romance is a great opportunity to meet other readers in a fantastic venue, and interact with some fantastic authors like Carole Matthews. I can’t think of a better way to spend a weekend.
You can follow Talli Roland on Twitter @talliroland