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Who is Julia Quinn?
Julia Quinn is the pen name for Julie Cotler, born Julie Pottinger on 12 January 1970. She is an American author of historical romance, most famously known for her Bridgertons series, more famously known by the Netflix series based on these books. Her books have been translated into 41 different languages. They have also appeared on The New York Times Bestseller List a total of 19 times as of yet! Her books are so popular that in 2010, Julia Quinn was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame.
Julie Cotler has been an active writer since 1994, and as of writing she has 17 novels published. She currently lives with her family, husband and two children in the Pacific Northwest.
12th January 1970 in USA
Published by Avon
3.87 out of 5 on Goodreads
- 2007 – Received Romance Writers of America RITA Award for Best Long Historical Romance, for On the Way to the Wedding
- 2008 – Received Romance Writers of America RITA Award for Best Regency Historical Romance, for The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever
- 2010 – Quinn was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame
And if you say that’s because you lot barged into her home like a herd of mentally deficient sheep, I’m disowning all three of you.
We have broken down Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons Series into three different pages, depending on how in-depth you are wanting to read them. And they are as follows:
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