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Rachel Dove Writers Bureau's Writer of the Year 2016

"I won the 2015 Flirty Fiction Prima Magazine and Mills and Boon competition. The prize was £500, a three page feature in the magazine and the chance to work with Mills and Boon on my book. This came out on 21st April 2016.

"Also I have three stories in three anthologies with other authors – we’ve raised almost £2,000 for cancer charities"

Rachel Dove - Writers Bureau Writer of the Year 2016

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