A Dark Flowering wins 2012 Harry Bowling Prize for New Writing

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08 March 2012
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imports_WRI_0-h6weei5v-100000_68229.jpg A Dark Flowering wins 2012 Harry Bowling Prize for New Writing
The winner of the biennial prize for an unpublished novel with an urban setting has been won by Natalie Lloyd-Evans ...
The winner of the biennial prize for an unpublished novel with an urban setting has been won by Natalie Lloyd-Evans

Natalie was presented with the £1,000 award at this year's Romantic Novelists' Association award ceremony. The £100 runner-up was Aline P'nina Tayar, for Island of Dreams.

Natalie's book, A Dark Flowering, is set in Paris and London between 1937 and 1939, and tells the story of Alix, an illegitimate 17 year-old who dreams of being a couture designer.

The next Harry Bowling Prize for New Writing will be awarded in 2014.

Website: www.harrybowlingprize.co.uk

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