Thursday, September 27, 2007

Cheated On You With My Ex - Harlequin Launches Confessions Web Site for 2008 Romance Report

Personally, I'm not sure now I feel about this...........what do you think?

Cheated On You With My Ex

Harlequin Launches Confessions Web Site for 2008 Romance Report
TORONTO, Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- I


n the age of reality television, celebrity scandals and tell-all books it seems that shocking confessions have become THE must-have accessory for fall. Whether it's a sordid affair,
a secret nip and tuck or one too many midnight snacks, we all have a few indiscretions that we're not exactly proud of. But should we confess?

Harlequin Enterprises Limited., certainly thinks so. The world's leading publisher of women's fiction today launched a new interactive Web Site, http://www.harlequinromancereport.com, which gives visitors a place to anonymously confess their sins.

The Web Site, featuring an anonymous online confessional forum and interactive survey, will form the basis of the Harlequin 2008 Romance Report: Confessions, which sets out to explore the good, the bad and the ugly of confessions and will be released in January 2008. "Confessions are about freeing ourselves of guilt, confiding in loved ones and developing truthful and honest relationships with those around us," said Marleah Stout, Senior Public Relations Manager, Harlequin Enterprises Limited. "Although sometimes shocking and unexpected, confessions are also extremely romantic, bringing us closer to the people we love by revealing ourselves to them."

Visitors to http://www.harlequinromancereport.com are encouraged to complete the online survey, which closes October 31, 2007. By participating in the survey, respondents can help shape the content of the Harlequin 2008 Romance Report: Confessions. The site also features an interactive confessionals forum where visitors can anonymously confess their secrets, sins and fantasies-without repercussion.

"Each year readers and fans of the romance report ask for more;-more tips and advice from our romance experts, more romantic travel destinations, more celebrity profiles and more insight into the world of romance," said Stout. "The Web Site is great way to involve readers and fans in the process of developing this year's romance report. Visitors to the site will be able to share their knowledge and experience with others and will play a role in helping us identify new romantic trends."

The Web Site, also home to past editions of Harlequin's annual romance report, will be updated frequently over the coming months and then relaunched in January 2008 to celebrate the introduction of the hard-copy version of the Harlequin 2008 Romance Report: Confessions. To view new confessions, content and more, visit http://www.harlequinromancereport.com regularly.

Harlequin Enterprises Limited is the global leader in series romance and one of the world's leading publishers of women's fiction, with titles issued worldwide in 25 languages and sold in 94 international markets. The company produces over 115 titles monthly and publishes more than 1,300 authors from around the world. Harlequin Enterprises Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Torstar Corporation, a broadly based media company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TS.nv.b). Harlequin's Web site is located at http://www.eHarlequin.com. Harlequin has offices in 18 countries including offices in Toronto, New York and London. For more information please visit http://www.eHarlequin.com or http://www.press.eHarlequin.com.

1 comment:

Marilyn Shoemaker said...

Here's another article on the subject:


Are you Feeling Guilty?
Techtree News Staff
Sep 28 2007



Suffering from pangs of guilt? -- confess at your friendly Web site, www.harlequinromancereport.com!

The newest interactive Web site that offers people an opportunity to let it out -- whatever be their guilty secret -- sans the fear of being found out...

And the brains behind the Web site are none other than one of the largest publishers of romantic fiction, Harlequin Enterprises.

A lot of normal people -- well --- could be carrying skeletons in their closet. What the new Web site does is to allow these people talk about them -- confess their sins or indiscretions anonymously.

Of course, there's no denying that while these people may succeed in exorcising their demons, readers may be headed for a whale-of-a-time reading some of the raciest stuff -- racier than the stuff of romantic fiction churned out by Harlequin.

Meanwhile, the effort cannot be called entirely new, with the Internet sporting a crop of confessional Web sites, including postsecret.blogspot.com and mysecret.tv to name a few.

But the people behind www.harlequinromancereport.com claim 'it's different' by virtue of the fact that it gravitates mainly towards matters of the heart. While some of the confessions may be downright shocking, others could be extremely romantic, helping to bring loved ones closer.

With 8 sections: 7 devoted to the 7 deadly sins, and 1 to all things that clandestinely defy categorization; the Web site is being promoted as 'all about real people and real feelings'.

Harlequin Enterprises also plans to invite people who've confessed to participate in an interactive survey to form the basis of their annual 'Romance Report' to be published January 2008.

 

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