Dec 23 2008
Trying to capture a greater share of the reading public in India, Mills & Boon (a division of Harlequin) is hosting a writing contest for Indian writers. I can't wait to read these, not just to discover new authors, but to see what cultural differences show up in the books. I did read a Mills & Boon book by Penny Jordan that was set in India . The hero was the Maharaja's brother. Other than the location and the clothes, it read like a classic HP.