Category Archives: royals

Racheline and Erin interviewed in Library Journal

As part of A Queen from the North winning in Library Journal’s Indie Ebook Awards 2017, we were interviewed by the magazine about the book, about its upcoming sequel – A Royal of Ravens – focusing on George, and about the challenges … Continue reading

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Racheline quoted on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

It was time to talk about some non-fiction royal for a change, as Racheline was interviewed for Wedding Wire on why the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle looks built to last. https://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-ideas/prince-harry-and-meghan-markle-relationship

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A Queen from the North gets reviewed on SBTB… and some sequel news

Woo! So first of all, the official Smart Bitches Trashy Books review is up for QFTN and it’s a very happy-making B+. I love reviews because they see things/themes in books that we don’t always see as writers. Since, the … Continue reading

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A Queen from the North on SBTB podcast

A Queen from the North just got a lovely shout out on the Smart Bitches Trashy Books Podcast episode 257. RHG: – it was books about Edinburgh and York? Somebody recommended A Queen from the North – Sarah: Ooh! RHG: … Continue reading

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A Queen from North now available!

A Queen from the North is now available in ebook! The paperback is in production and should be available mid-month. Amazon reader kashmir1 says, “A wonderful, refreshing take…. The main characters were three dimensional and relatable. Loved the inclusion of … Continue reading

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A Queen from the North finds a home!

So, ages ago, Erin and I wrote a really weird book for really weird reasons. It’s an M/F low-heat contemporary royal romance, and for that, is super super mainstream. Twenty-something girl whose life is a disaster meets heir to the … Continue reading

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