In today’s society, many people lean towards unconventional and vocational interests as career options such as photography and painting, etc. When it comes downs to writing, it is considered an interest rather than a career; however, those who take writing seriously can be successful at becoming a writer.
For the past two years, Harlequin India Pvt Ltd (better known as Harlequin Mills and Boon) has been holding a contest known as “Passions“. It is for those who want to make their dreams come true at being a published writer and get editorial guidance. So far, there have been two authors who have got their work out and novels published under the ‘Mills and Boon’ banner. Milan Vohra and Aastha Atray, are the past two winners for this contest and are known as the authors in the romantic genre of books.
This is an excellent idea and helps make writing a successful career. The third season, Passion 3, of the writers audition has ended today. Everyone is now waiting to know who will receive the Mills and Boon Editorial mentorship this year.