Charlotte Betts – Shortlisted for Choc Lit

October 4, 2011


Charlotte’s done it again – she’s got herself short-listed for another award.  The Apothecary’s Daughter is up for Choc Lit Best Historical Read Award, for novels of any romance genre set prior to 1961.

As Charlotte states on her web site:

The winners will be announced at the Festival of Romance Have A Heart Ball and Awards on Saturday 22 October, along with the Festival of Romance New Talent Award to recognise writers of great talent who have not yet been commercially published.

 The Festival of Romance takes place on 21st and 22nd October at Hunton Park in Hertfordshire. Supported by over 30 authors and six publishers, the literary event is a celebration of the romantic fiction genre for readers, with chocolate and cupcakes alongside literary debate.

Read more about it on Charlotte’s web site.

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