Romance Me – Novel Writing Contest

We want romance.  Authors.me

Be it historical or contemporary, a grand love story or the gripping tale of a torrid affair, through December 15 submit your Romance novel for the chance to win prizes and be read by judges from Macmillan, Penguin Random House, and Hachette Book Group. Full details on prizes and eligibility below.

Judges You Can Love

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Marissa Sangiacomo
Macmillan Publishers
Marissa Sangiacomo is the Marketing Manager at St. Martin’s Press where she specializes in all SMP and SMP Griffin Romance titles, including the brand new digital imprint, Swerve. Before joining St. Martins, Marissa worked as a publicist with Grand Central Publishing and Forever Romance. A self-described lifelong cat lady and enthusiast of all things spud-related, find her on twitter at @riss4x or look for her trademark wit at @SMPRomance.
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Lexi Smail
Hachette Book Group
Lexi Smail is an Assistant Editor at Hachette Book Group, working with Grand Central Publishing, Forever and Forever Yours imprints. Lexi loves second chance romances, tortured heroes, and happily ever afters. She can be found on twitter at @lexi_smail.
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Katherine Pelz
Penguin Random House
Katherine Pelz is Associate Editor of romance, women’s fiction, and mystery at Berkley/NAL, imprints of Penguin Random House.During the rare moments when she’s not reading for business or pleasure, she’s in Brooklyn binge watching TV shows and hanging out with her cats. Find her on twitter at @katherinenpelz

 

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