Update, March 2: JQ unveiled the DOUBLE-SIDED Queen Charlotte dust jacket on the Today Show then shared a few fantastic book recommendations in a fun video clip. Follow this link!
Stay tuned to JuliaQuinn.com for more about JQ’s next book, Queen Charlotte, and its first-of-its-kind cover art. This is the first look! Preorder yours!
JQ be on the Today Show on Thursday, March 2 at approximately 9:50am EST, recommending her favorite new books for spring!
Queen Charlotte — the romantic, sexy, and daring new co-writing collaboration between Julia Quinn and Shonda Rhimes — will be available on MAY 9 in hardcover, ebook, and audio. Preordering has officially begun!
Queen Charlotte is the long-awaited companion novel to the upcoming original series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, created by Shondaland for Netflix, which will begin streaming on May 4, just days before the book becomes available.
THE COVER: We’re thrilled to share the never-before-seen gorgeous cover for Queen Charlotte, featuring India Amarteifio and Corey Mylchreest, the incredibly talented actors playing young Queen Charlotte and young King George III. Check out this wonderful teaser scene – JQ loves it! She calls it “the meet-cute to end all meet-cutes.”
THE BOOK: Queen Charlotte, the novel, contains all the wit and relatable authenticity of the world of JQ’s beloved Bridgerton Series, combined with the sparkling genius that Shonda Rhimes delivers every time. MAY 9 can’t come fast enough! PREORDER YOUR COPY! Can you get it AUTOGRAPHED? Of course!
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Miss Butterworth and the Mad Baron is a graphic novel created in collaboration with Quinn’s late sister, Violet Charles. It contains lots of inside jokes for Bridgerton readers: pigeons, especially.
Bridgerton is intent on having its pastel-colored cake and eating it, too.
The historical romance novelist gives us a peek of her home library in MC’s ‘Shelf Portrait’ series.
“In some ways, portraying a healthy relationship in literature is the most revolutionary