New author for the Choc Lit selection box!
Working writer Sue Moorcroft has secured a publishing deal with romantic fiction specialist Choc Lit, where the heroes are as irresistible as chocolate.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jul 08 2009] Working writer Sue Moorcroft has secured a publishing deal with romantic fiction specialist Choc Lit, where the heroes are as irresistible as chocolate. Choc Lit will publish her new novel, (title to be finalised), in the autumn, ready for the Christmas market.
Lyn Vernham, Choc Lit’s Marketing Director, is delighted to have Sue on board. “She’s an established name with a wealth of writing experience. Her novel is a riveting contemporary romance with a truly irresistible hero – perfect for our Choc Lit selection box!”
Sue is an accomplished writer of novels and short stories, as well as a creative writing tutor. Her previous novels include Family Matters, Uphill All the Way and A Place to Call Home. She has also contributed to Love Me, Love Me Not, an anthology of short stories celebrating the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s 50th anniversary. The anthology includes stories by Joanna Trollope and Katie Fforde and is due to be published in the autumn.
Sue says: “I’m very excited about working with Choc Lit and their fresh approach to romantic fiction. This novel features a typical English village, classic cars and a naughty but nice hero – three things very close to my heart!”
Sue Moorcroft is a working writer. She's sold over one hundred short stories to magazines around the world. She has been a runner-up in the Ford Fiesta Short Story Competition and she is a past winner of the Katie Fforde Bursary Award. Sue is a creative writing tutor for distance learning and residential courses, and also for the University of Leicester, Northampton Centre.
For more information visit www.suemoorcroft.com.
Choc Lit, ‘where heroes are like chocolate – irresistible!’, is a small independent publisher, specialising in romantic fiction for today’s independent woman, where the writing clearly develops the hero’s point of view. Not surprisingly, they believe that the enjoyment of a good read is enhanced by the taste of chocolate. Their debut novel, The Importance of Being Emma by Juliet Archer, was short-listed for the Melissa Nathan Award for Comedy Romance 2009.
For more information visit www.choc-lit.co.uk.
Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) was set up in 1960 to promote respect for the genre and to encourage excellence. Full membership is open to authors who have published a romantic novel, while aspiring writers are admitted as probationary members. The current Chair is bestselling author Katie Fforde.
For more information visit www.rna-uk.org.