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Victoria Connelly studied English Literature at Worcester before becoming a teacher. After getting married in a medieval castle in Yorkshire, she moved to London where she lives with her artist husband.

Her magical romances are published in Germany where one was made into a film. 

Her first novel in the UK, Molly’s Millions, is a romantic comedy about a lottery winner who gives it all away.

Victoria has been a member of the RNA since 1996 and was the co-founder of the London/SE Chapter.  In 2005, she was nominated for the New Writers’ Scheme Award and was a runner-up for the Elizabeth Goudge award.

Victoria also writes short stories and is proud to have one in the RNA’s anthology, Loves Me, Loves Me Not.

It's a fact

During 2013, the readers for the RNA's New Writers' Scheme critiqued a total of 12,110,357 words.