Head on over to Shondaland.com for an exclusive peek at the cover of The Other Miss Bridgerton (update: now also here on JuliaQuinn.com), along with a humorous essay about historical romance authors’ “complicated” relationships with their book covers.
Want a sample? You can listen to a five-minute audio clip on JQ’s site read by award-winning actress Rosalyn Landor, who has read many of JQ’s titles. Want your own? It’s available from several audio vendors, including Audible.
Wondering about The Other Miss Bridgerton? Satisfy your curiosity with the newly posted book summary that introduces JQ’s next heroine, a fiesty Bridgerton who finds herself in a most compromising situation.
Since you’ve already pre-ordered this book and have to wait until next spring to read it (sigh), JQ has posted a fun thing to do while you’re avoiding laundry… a coloring page of the cover of The Sum of All Kisses.
Your wait is over…
Watch this space for updates (why not subscribe to site news?) including the cover reveal, more info about the story, and when we get much closer to release date: an excerpt!
Want a Rokesby fix right now? Check out the series extras. Enjoy!
…has ended. Thank you to all the soldiers, veterans, and military spouses who entered. All prizes will be mailed or emailed by December 31, 2017. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your service.
November 11 is Veterans Day. Please join Julia Quinn in her seventh annual giveaway celebrating readers within the United States armed forces. Veterans, soldiers, and military spouses are invited to enter to win their choice of JQ novels. One hundred books. One very heartfelt thank you.
Check out JQ’s interview on Shondaland.com, the hottest new webzine on the net.
EVENTS: for folks in the Spokane area, don’t forget about this weekend’s multi-author booksigning: Saturday, Sept 30, 1-3pm. And just added to JQ’s Events Calendar: KissCon in Colorado. Get the details of this Oct 27 booksigning, which will also be open to the public.
That’s right, Julia Quinn is on Instagram.
At a recent event at the Seattle Public Library, JQ talked about being a writer and then took a bunch of reader questions, divulging — among other things — what was behind the last lines in The Girl With the Make-Believe Husband. The talk was recorded for the Seattle Public Library’s podcast. We’ve posted JQ’s podcast episode to the site — it’s almost like being there yourself!
And if you’re into audio, check out JQ’s audio excerpt page. Seventeen audio clips — almost an hour and a half of excerpts to enjoy.
JQ has updated everyone’s favorite frequently-asked-question: What’s the biggest mistake you’ve made in your books? Go on, click. You know you want to know the answer.