“It’s less about who’s reading the books, and more about where they’re going…” (Jodi on the radio)

The research team is working hard to spread the word about the Summer of Romance. Data collection begins on December 1 (in just two weeks)! The project was announced on radio on Tuesday when Jodi was interviewed by Melanie Tait on Evenings, 936 ABC Hobart. Jodi talks about the history of Mills & Boon, reads a passage from Melanie Milburne’s The Most Scandalous Ravensdale, explains the goals of our project, and asks for recommendations of Mills & Boon Sexy novels set in Hobart! You can listen here until Tuesday 22 November (Jodi’s interview is at the very beginning of the program).

Lisa snapped a set of shelfies at Target in central Melbourne yesterday. It took just a few minutes to find two of The 50 Books on the Mills & Boon shelves:  Marion Lennox’s Stepping into the Prince’s World and the Bachelorette edition of Barbara Hannay’s Claiming the Cattleman’s Heart.