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May 4, 2022
Feb 3, 2022
Bridgerton is intent on having its pastel-colored cake and eating it, too.
Nov 8, 2021
The historical romance novelist gives us a peek of her home library in MC’s ‘Shelf Portrait’ series.
The Straits Times
Nov 7, 2021
Julia Quinn, the author behind steamy Regency-era series Bridgerton, laid out a spirited defence of the romance novel in a lively virtual session at the Singapore Writers Festival.
NFL Total Access Twitter Feed
Apr 26, 2021
We did not see this one coming.
Good Morning America
Mar 16, 2021
Following the success of the “Bridgerton” television series, the “Bridgerton” novels are getting a revamp.
Jan 28, 2021
Who among us doesn’t desperately want a happy ending right now?
Jan 12, 2021
“This is already romantic fantasy, and I think it’s more important to show that as many people as possible deserve this type of happiness and dignity. So I think they made the absolutely right choice, bringing in all this inclusivity.”
The Washington Post
Jan 12, 2021
…there’s a double-edged sword when we rely on pop culture for history.
New York Times
Dec 28, 2020
The new Netflix series “Bridgerton” joins a tiny but growing handful of prestige shows adapted from mass-market romance books. What took so long?
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