Sylvia Day


Sylvia Day

Infobox Writer


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name = Sylvia Day
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pseudonym = S.J. Day, Livia Dare
birthdate = March 11, 1973
birthplace = Los Angeles, CA
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occupation = Novelist
nationality = American
period = 2005 to present
genre = Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Erotic Romance, Historical, Speculative fiction, Contemporary, Urban fantasy
website = http://www.sylviaday.com

Sylvia June Day is a best-selling American writer. She also writes under the pseudonyms S. J. Day and Livia Dare.

Biography

Day is a former Russian linguist for the U.S. Army Military Intelligence.Fact|date=December 2007 She currently writes romantic fiction novels for Kensington Brava (historical), as well as urban fantasy for Tor-Forge under the pseudonym S.J. Day and fantasy/futuristic romance for Kensington Zebra under the pseudonym Livia Dare. Day has also published fiction works with HarperCollins Avon (paranormal romance), Black Lace (contemporary), Ellora's Cave (contemporary/paranormal/futuristic), and non-fiction for BenBella Books and others.

She is the co-founder of Passionate Ink, Romance Writers of America’s first and only erotic romance special interest chapter. [cite web|title=Passionate Ink Founders |url=http://www.passionateink.org/founders/ |publisher=Passionate Ink |accessdate=2007-12-26] Her work has been honored with the EPPIE Award [cite web|date=January 10, 2007 |title=2007 EPPIE and QUASAR Finalists Announced |url=http://www.theelectronfiles.com/PressReleases/release15333.php |publisher=The Electron Files |accessdate=2007-12-26] and she has been a finalist for the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA Award multiple times. [cite web|date=March 26, 2007 |title=2007 RITA Awards Finalists |url=http://www.bookreporter.com/features/awards-rita.asp#2007_finalists |publisher=Bookreporter.com |accessdate=2008-01-08]

Day is also a member of Novelists, Inc. and Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Bibliography

Novels

* "Bad Boys Ahoy!" (2006)
* "Ask For It" (2006 & 2008 - reissue)
* "The Stranger I Married "(2007 & 2009 - reissue)
* "Pleasures of the Night" (2007)
* "Passion for the Game" (2007)
* "A Passion for Him" (2007)
* "Heat of the Night" (2008)
* "Don't Tempt Me" (2008)
* "Eve of Darkness" (2009)
* "Eve of Destruction" (2009)
* "Eve of Chaos" (2009)
* "In the Flesh" (2009)

Novellas

* "Magic Fingers" in "Wicked Words: Sex on Holiday" (2005) and "Black Lace Quickies 7" (2007 - reissue)
* "Catching Caroline" (2005)
* "Misled" (2005)
* "Kiss of the Night" (2005)
* "Snaring The Huntress" (2005)
* "Wish List" (2005) in "White Hot Holidays, Vol. II" (2006)
* "Treasure Hunters" in "Ellora's Cavemen: Dreams of the Oasis II" (2006)
* "A Familiar Kind of Magic" in "Alluring Tales: Awaken the Fantasy" (2007)
* "Salacious Robinson" in "Got a Minute?" (2007)
* "Magic and Mayhem" (2007)
* "Mischief and the Marquess" in "Perfect Kisses" (2007)
* "That Old Black Magic" in "Alluring Tales: Hot Holiday Nights" (2008)

Series/Related Titles

Alluring Tales

* "A Familiar Kind of Magic" in "Alluring Tales: Awaken the Fantasy" (2007)
* "That Old Black Magic" in "Alluring Tales: Hot Holiday Nights" (2008)

Dangerous

* "Misled" (2005)
* "Kiss of the Night" (2005)
* "Declassified: Dark Kisses" (2006)

Dream Guardians

* "Pleasures of the Night" (2007)
* "Heat of the Night" (2008)

Georgian Series

* "Ask For It" (2006 & 2008 - reissue)
* "Passion for the Game" (2007)
* "A Passion for Him" (2007)
* "Don't Tempt Me" (2008)

Marked Series (w/a S.J. Day)

* "Eve of Darkness" (2009)
* "Eve of Destruction" (2009)
* "Eve of Chaos" (2009)

apphire Series (w/a Livia Dare)

* "In the Flesh" (2009)

Non-Fiction

* "Perfectly Plum: Unauthorized Essays on of the Life, Loves and Other Disasters of Stephanie Plum, Trenton Bounty Hunter" (2007)
* "The Write Ingredients: Recipes from Your Favorite Authors" (2007)

References

External links

* [http://www.sylviaday.com/ Sylvia Day Official website]
* [http://www.sylviaday.com/blog/ Sylvia Day's Blog]
* [http://www.sjday.net/ S.J. Day Official website]
* [http://www.sjday.net/news/ S.J. Day's Blog]
* [http://www.sylviaday.com/livia-dare/ Livia Dare Official website]


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