Today I am so excited to interview Helen Gaskell, who is a romance writer with a twist. Helen doesn’t write books; she writes romance story lines for a popular video game called Lily’s Garden. It’s great to see
We are delighted that you could join us to talk about your new release. Could you tell us a little more about it?
My new novel is about two children trapped in the same attic, almost a century apart. In 1907
Congratulations, Milly, on winning the Richard Whiteley Award at the Yorkshire Awards. Richard Whitely was not only the well-loved presenter of Countdown for many years, but also a proud Yorkshireman. The award
Thank you so much for inviting me into the RNA blog. Tell us about your new release, The Woolworths Saturday Girls.
I loved writing this book, the ninth in The Woolworth series as we have reached the 1950s and
Most of us will have favourite romance tropes, whether we’re aware of it or not. They have their place in fiction because they’re comforting and familiar to readers. It’s how we execute them as writers that rende