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Elizabeth Oldfield

Nadine Hoskinson started writing as a teenager, when she had articles published in magazines and newspapers. Payment was in guineas - which tells you how long ago it was! On marriage, her creative instinct was diverted into the production of a daughter, and a son. When in the 80's her husband's job took them to live in Singapore, she resumed writing. She had articles published in magazines and newspapers in the U.K. and Singapore. Later, she decided to write a book, but first she would practice on a small book. The only small bookd, that she had were Mills & Boon romances. A chance attempt at romantic fiction proved successful. Her first books was published 1982 as Elizabeth Oldfield, and she went on to write forty genre romances for Harlequin Mills & Boon. These were marketed in their millions, and in many different languages, around the world. She had enjoyed writing it during 18 years, but she retired from romance in 1998 to travelling with her husband. In her sixties, she decided to return to write, and in 2007, she was published again.

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