It has to be in the field of women's erotic writing, steamy but not over the top.
Entries in the form of a 1000-word story. The publishing contract is for a 40,000 word novel, which does not have to be based on the story.
Deadline is end of October.
Further details: http://www.ivillage.co.uk/win-a-publish … ist/135455
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