Broadswords & Ballrooms
Shakespeare in Love
eleanor & alais: the court of love
A graduate of Duke University, Christy English is the author of the historical fiction novels The Queen’s Pawn (2010) and To Be Queen: A Novel of the Early Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine (2011) from New American Library, a division of Penguin Random House. She has also written two historical romance series for Sourcebooks Casablanca: Shakespeare in Love (2012-2013) and Broadswords and Ballrooms (2015-2016). When she is not writing, she loves to walk the mountain trails near her home in western North Carolina.
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Christy is proud to collaborate with Next Chapter Publishing. Look for her upcoming new releases in ebook, paperback, and audio!
- Writing in the MountainsI moved to the North Carolina six years ago this August, and it was one of the best things I ever did for my writing. There is something about this place, the green, vibrant, almost endless beauty, the sound of waterfalls, and all the animals that make their home here. Animals I am careful to …
- A Lost Scene from HOW TO TRAIN YOUR HIGHLANDERAs you all know, I adore my characters. And when I was writing HOW TO TRAIN YOUR HIGHLANDER, a scene showed up with Alex and Catherine in it (my lovers from book 1) we couldn’t use it, but it was so cute I’ve included it below. Happy Holidays to all of you, and happy reading! …
- Question and Answer with the Fabulous Gina ConkleWelcome to the lovely Gina Conkle author of the Viking romance TO FIND A VIKING TREASURE. So let’s ask Gina some questions and then take a gander at an excerpt… Actually I went from Vikings to Georgians. My first book was Norse Jewel (started around 2003). I worked on Vikings and some medieval exclusively until …
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- Interview with A Bookish AffairAs part of Aphrodite’s blog tour, here is an interview I had with Meg at A Bookish Affair…I had such a good time! Interview with A Bookish Affair