Julianne MacLean

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  • WIN SEVEN BOOKS BY SEVEN BESTSELLING AUTHORS!

  • 📚🎉INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY ALERT!📚🎉 Seven Bestselling Authors, One Fabulous Giveaway! 📚 Enter for a chance to win SEVEN signed books including: I Thought You Said This Would Work by Ann Garvin, Hadley & Grace by Suzanne Redfearn These Tangled Vines by Julianne Maclean, Incense & Sensibility by Sonali Dev, Into the Blue by Kay Bratt, Lies We Tell Ourselves by Steena Holmes, and Under the Southern Sky by Kristy Woodson Harvey! With settings from the lush vineyards… Read more

  • What to read after Bridgerton

  • If you’ve burned through Julia Quinn’s fabulous Bridgerton series and want to read more historical romance, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve been reading in the historical romance genre for decades, and I thought I would recommend some of my favorite authors who write books set in the Regency and Victorian era. Here are… Read more

  • Join Me at My Reader Hangout

  • To all my readers and for my book-loving friends out there, I cordially invite you to join me at my regular hangout on Facebook, MY BOOK TRIBE. This is a group that is outside of my own Facebook page, a place where a number of my author pals share the space to talk about books… Read more

  • My Summer Reading List

  • I just had an amazing summer vacation, binge-reading a stack of novels I’d been wanting to read for a while but simply couldn’t get to. That’s because I tend not to read other author’s books while I’m writing one of my own. There are a few reasons for that. When I’ve been working with words all day,… Read more

  • What I’ve been reading lately

  • I have to admit, it’s tough to read when I’m in the middle of writing a novel, and I tend to just watch television at night when I close my laptop for the day. This is partly because my eyes are tired and I just want to be entertained by a different medium. I usually watch… Read more

  • A book to love: make your words work

  • If you’re a fiction writer (or aspire to be one), this is a must read. Read it from cover to cover and don’t skim a single word. Focus and pay attention – and apply what you learn to your own work. This will also make you a better critique partner if you have writer friends… Read more