The AUDIES--For My Lady's Heart is a Finalist for Best Audiobook in the Romance category
The Audies are to Audiobooks What the Oscars are to MoviesRead More »
To find the latest on my audiobooks go to HedgehogInc.com
All audiobook information, such as release dates and sample clips, plus other some fun audio stuff, can be found at http://www.hedgehoginc.comRead More »
After 15 years, my favorite heroine is back
My favorite heroine, sweet Folly, is finally in ebook format!Read More »
It turns out I AM on Facebook, whether I like it or not!
Apparently Facebook will not be placated until there is a Laura Kinsale author page, so they made one. It has 500+ followers and I don’t have access to it. Lovely. So I’ve created my own “Official” Laura Kinsale Author Page. I hope if you’ve been following the fake one, you’ll abandon it and come on over The Real Thing!Read More »
Historical Panelist and Signing Books
Laura’s upcoming schedule includes the Romantic Times Booklovers Convention May 2-5, Kansas City MO—IMPORTANT verify times at convention, the times given by the RT schedule linked here maybe incorrect due to time zones.Read More »
Finally! My books will be available as audiobooks this year
This is a year-long project that I’ll be blogging about over at Audiogals. Read about my experience choosing a narrator for my audiobooks at AudiogalsRead More »
I'm experimenting with tumblr
I’ve been trying to find some middle ground between twitter and a blog. As we know, I can’t abide Facebook. Tumblr seems pretty random and so do I.Read More »
Delay in the UK, Australia and New Zealand ebook edition of Lessons in French. I wish I had an explanation, but I don’t! :(Read More »
My "Medieval Hearts" are available again at last
For My Lady’s Heart and Shadowheart, two of my own favorites, have been long out-of-print. Now they’re available again as ebooks, with a special twist, and Print-On-Demand trade paperbacksRead More »
Uncertain Magic, The Hidden Heart, Midsummer Moon, Seize the Fire and The Prince of Midnight
Uncertain Magic is available for the first time as an ebook. Go to the book page to see the new ebook cover and find Kindle and Nookbook links.Read More »
Lessons in French has been chosen as a Library Journal Best Book of 2010 in the romance genre!
The list was announced in today’s Library Journal “Book Smack” newsletter.Read More »
Lessons in French Nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award
LESSONS IN FRENCH is among several Sourcebooks romances nominated by Romantic Times for the Reviewer’s Choice Awards. The category is Best Regency-set Historical.Read More »
I wrote a paranormal before paranormal was cool...
Back in 1987, long before Harry Potter, vampires, werewolves and magic took over genre fiction, I wrote a novel about a heroine who could hear the thoughts of every living thing around her. She felt cursed by this burden, and leapt at the chance to marry the Devil Earl and escape it.Read More »
The fake Laura Kinsale page was removed
2013 Update: I was forced into creating an “official” author page because FB or someone else created some hokey LK author page that I can’t access. So mine is here at Laura Kinsale
You will know by a photo of Ventoux the Pyrenees Peter Pan on it that it’s the real thing.
Find out who won the Grand Prize
Find out who wont he Grand Prize and 4 Autographed copies of LESSONS IN FRENCHRead More »
Laura Kinsale's newest historical romance is a January 25, 2010 release
The wait is finally over! Sourcebooks Casablanca is incredibly excited to present Lessons in French, a delightfully funny and sexy historical romance from New York Times Bestselling author Laura Kinsale, in stores February 2010! Read what people are already saying and find the answers to some questions about Laura’s new book:Read More »
Appearances in Person
Romantic Times Booklovers Convention
May 1-5, 2013
Kansas City, MO, at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center
IMPORTANT: Verify the times at the convention. The times on the website schedule may be wrong due to time zones!
GENRE: HISTORICAL: The Invention of Romance
Shakespeare was once accused of inventing humanity with his depiction of honor and love, of our higher selves and gloriously tragic ends; and it would be easy to accuse romance authors of a similar feat. Did we invent romance where it didn’t exist, or amplify the already present elements in history and humanity? We’ll talk about how authors push to make sure that the myth of happily ever after is too real to be denied — no matter the time period!
Date: Wed, 05/01/2013 - 11:15am - 12:15pm
Captain: Renee Bernard
Panelists: Elizabeth Hoyt, Laura Kinsale, Delilah Marvelle, Bertrice Small
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2013 - 9:00am - 12:00pm
Links to Highlights of Laura’s 2010 Blog Tour
Tartitude - Most Popular LK Interview, so I’m told!
Romance B(u)y the Book - Barnes & Noble - Revenge of the Non-Kick-Ass Heroine
All About Romance Interview
Grand Opening of Laura’s new website! Comment contest and the UNIQUE Grand Prize! Oh Hubert!
Word Wenches blog - Animals in Laura’s books
Jessica Scott Blog Interview on writing
Casablanca Authors Do you have a fairy godmother?
King Mho Fho interviews Hubert! On Babbling About Books and More
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