Friday, April 03, 2009

In the Guardian this morning...

"Mills & Boon falls for social networking

"The publisher has announced plans to launch its own, romantic version of Facebook

"Romance fans are getting their own version of Facebook thanks to the world's biggest romantic publisher, Mills & Boon. The publisher, which sells a book every 6.6 seconds in the UK, is launching a social networking site next week in an attempt to up its brand presence online.

"Just like Facebook and other online communities, users will be able to set up their own profiles, upload photos, make friends and post updates. "Obviously it's not going to be as big as Facebook," admitted digital director Tim Cooper, "but it will work in the same way"."

Read on here.

And if you're out and about shopping this weekend, SECRET BABY, SURPRISE PARENTS is in the shops today, along with The Rebel King by Melissa James which I read last night and loved, Nine-to-Five Bride by Jennie Adams, Marrying the Manhattan Millionaire by Jackie Braun, The Cowboy & the Princess by Myrna Mackenzie and Diamond in the Rough by Diana Palmer.

And if you want to keep up with my day to day doings, ditherings, dallyings, you can now follow my Tweets here on Twitter.

Oh, and my website has just been updated, too.


Donna Alward said...

Liz...sounds like you and I have been doing the same thing lately...catching up on non-writing writing work! LOL

Liz Fielding said...

I could spent half my life just catching up with things on the 'net, Donna. Why is it that non-writing writing work is always so much more appealing?

Proscrastination is the thief of time... So is blogging, tweeting, Facebook, Myspace and eHarlequin!

Michelle Styles said...

It launches on Monday.

I think the digital team are going to send out invites to the authors...
I did the beta for it.