Still time to send your romantic fiction in
WRITERS of romantic fiction have begun sending in their short stories ahead of Valentine's Day – but there is still time to submit a tale.
The Herald is giving budding authors the chance to see their work in print and wants to publish a short love story around Valentine's Day, February 14.
It can be about anything but must have a theme based around love or romance.
And remember The Herald is a family paper – so best not to submit your version of 50 Shades of Grey.
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Valid until: Friday, May 31 2013
The story must be a maximum of 2,000 words and reach us no later than 9am on February 5.
Last year, Plymouth writer Rachel Marie Walton saw her story Daisies published in the paper.
So if you fancy following her success, get writing now.
Send your story in a Microsoft Word document, attached to an email – including your name, age, address, contact number and short biographical details – titled Valentine's Short Story to William Telford at email@example.com