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JULIA QUINN is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of several dozen historical romance novels. Her books have been translated into more than 29 languages, and she is one of only 16 members of Romance Writers of America’s Hall of Fame.
Binge this Series:
Eight siblings, alphabetically named. They bicker, they joke, but they love each other fiercely.
And they're coming to Netflix!
New from JQ
January 17, 2019
OTHER MISS MUSIC: JQ listened to a few songs on endless repeat while writing Poppy & Andrew’s story. Check out the newly posted soundtrack for The Other Miss Bridgerton.
MEET JQ! Last fall JQ announced she would be attending KissCon in Chicago in April. Now she’s added February 10 to her Event Calendar. If you’re in the greater Indianapolis area, get a jumpstart on your Valentine’s Day Celebration at an open-to-the-public library event.
LOVELY MISCELLANEA: The week it debuted, The Other Miss Bridgerton sailed onto The New York Times list at a fine #9. And in the December 3 issue, Women’s World featured The Other Miss Bridgerton as a top pick.
A HINT! You’ve checked the Coming Soon page by now, didn’t you? Because the next book is in the works, and a small hint was posted…
November 28, 2018
Do you prefer audiobooks? The incomparable Rosalyn Landor reads JQ’s newest book. Check out a 5-minute audio clip from The Other Miss Bridgerton. (Warning: five minutes is just not enough. Ms. Landor is amazing.)
If you haven’t yet read The Other Miss Bridgerton and fallen in love with Poppy & Andrew, what are you waiting for? Buy it right now and get reading!
“In some ways, portraying a healthy relationship in literature is the most revolutionary thing you can do.”
JQ's Next Event
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Booksigning: Open to the Public, Library Event
Aug 16, 2018
“All you need is love — a precept romance novels live by with the notion of the HEA (happily-ever-after) embedded in their DNA. But it’s a message Hollywood seemed to forget over the past decade, with mourners tolling the bell for the death of the rom-com.”