Julia London


Julia London

Infobox Writer


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name = Dinah Dinwiddie
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pseudonym = Julia London
birthdate = 19??
birthplace = Texas (U.S.)
nationality = American
occupation = Novelist
period = 1998 - present
genre = Romance
movement =
debut_works = The Devil's love
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influences =
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website = http://www.JuliaLondon.com
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Dinah Dinwiddie (b. in Texas) is an American writer of romance novels as Julia London.

Biography

Dinah Dinwiddie aka Julia London was born and grew up on a ranch in Texas. She graduated college and worked in Washington D.C., traveling extensively in the United States and Europe before returning to Texas. She was a public administrator before she finally decided to be writer. She is now the New York Times and USA Today [ [http://www.simonsays.com/content/destination.cfm?pid=367011 Simon & Schuster: Julia London ] ] bestselling author of several historical and contemporary romances. She is an award winning author and a three-time finalist for the prestigious RITA award. Dinah lives in Texas with her husband.

Bibliography

Regent Street's Rogues & Family Series

#"The Devil's Love" 1998/Dec
#"Wicked Angel" 1999/May
#"The Dangerous Gentleman" 2000/Apr
#"The Ruthless Charmer" 2000/Oct
#"The Beautiful Stranger" 2001/Jul
#"The Secret Lover" 2002/May

Lear Family Saga Series

#"Material Girl" 2003/Aug
#"Beauty Queen" 2004/Apr
#"Miss Fortune" 2004/Nov

Highlander Lockhart Series

#"Highlander Unbound" 2004/Feb
#"Highlander in Disguise" 2005/Feb
#"Highlander in Love" 2005/Aug

Thrill seekers, Anonymous Series

#"Wedding Survivor" 2005/Oct
#"Extreme Bachelor" 2006/Jun
#"American Diva" 2007/Aug

Desperate Debutantes Series

#"The Hazards of Hunting a Duke" 2006/May
#"The Perils of Pursuing a Prince" 2007/Apr
#"The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount" 2007/Oct

Anthologies in collaboration

*"The Vicar's Widow" in "Talk of the Ton" 2005,04 (with Eloisa James, Rebecca Hagan Lee)
*"Lucky Charm" in "Hot Ticket" 2006,05 (with Annette Blair, Geri Buckley and Deirdre Martin)
*"The School for Heiresses" 2006,12 (with Renee Bernard, Liz Carlyle, Sabrina Jeffries)

With Alina Adams

*"Guiding Light: Jonathan's Story" 2007/Sep

References

External links

* [http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/l/julia-london/ List of books]
* [http://www.writerswrite.com/journal/dec01/london.htm Interview] – "A Conversation With Julia London"


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