Review: True Stories: Guilty Pleasures, Channel 4, March 2011

Julie Moggan’s True Stories: Guilty Pleasures gives a unique 360-degree view of the Mills and Boon romance. Told through the viewpoints of three readers, one male model (with over 200 covers to his name) and one writer, we are given a touching insight into the realities, fantasies, and individual expectations of finding and keeping love. … Continue reading Review: True Stories: Guilty Pleasures, Channel 4, March 2011

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Happily Ever After

‘Intelligence’ and ‘steely determination’ are the central tenets of the Mills and Boon writer, says Roger (who writes as Gill Sanderson from his caravan in the Lake District). So too is a sound understanding of a format that works. Julie Moggan’s documentary True Stories: Guilty Pleasures is not solely about what makes a Mills and … Continue reading Happily Ever After