Julianne MacLean

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  • A book to love: Pope Joan

  • I love meaty historical fiction, and one of my favorite books of the past decade was Pope Joan by Donna Woolfolk Cross. I was hooked from the very first page and couldn’t put the book down until I was finished. The characters were so real to me and the action was incredibly exciting. Here is… Read more

  • How to choose an audiobook narrator

  • According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the audiobook industry is exploding. If you’re an independent author self-publishing your novels, you may also be producing your own audiobooks, and if you are, you know how difficult it can be to select the right narrator. In the past, I’ve had audio rights retained… Read more

  • Who does my book covers?

  • Are you ever curious about the process of creating a book cover image? I’ve been having a great time working with my father, Charles Doucet, in the creation of my Color of Heaven series book covers. My dad is a talented photographer and can make his photos look like paintings. Sometimes it’s difficult to choose… Read more

  • The importance of book packaging

  • I am a traditionally published author of historical romance, and I have been building a loyal readership over a number of years, so when I decided to self-publish a slightly quirky time travel with a contemporary heroine, I wanted my readers to understand it was something different. I also thought I might like to experiment… Read more

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