Ready or not, the holiday is upon us! Are your stockings hung? Is your tree trimmed? Are all the packages wrapped? The cookies baked? Or are you frantically searching online or running around the mall? Are you like me? Did you discover at this last moment that you don’t have enough sugar for the cookies… Read More
I was born in Gillingham, Kent, England, and then moved to
suburban Philadelphia where I still live. I have a great
husband who always picks up the slack for me! I also have a
handsome son and a beautiful daughter . . . they take after
I love reading and writing both historical and paranormal
romance, but whichever genre I choose, I like to include a
puzzle for the reader to solve along with the characters.
I’m super excited that my books are being reissued as
ebooks. As someone who is addicted to reading, I’m
never without my ebook reader. Here’s what’s
happening with my books . . .
My “lords” are coming out now. You can download
the books by clicking on their titles.
I want to thank my many readers who kept in touch with me
during my hiatus from publishing while I was undergoing a
battle with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. I’m happy
to say I feel great and am in remission again. If you ever
need a charity to adopt, I highly recommend the Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society. The medicines I received did not
exist five years before I was diagnosed! They are making
strides against blood disorders every day.
Check me out on Facebook and if you join my
mailing list, I’ll let you know as each of my books
becomes available for download.
“Ann Lawrence. . . captures the reader on
the first page.” —RT Book Reviews
“Ann Lawrence has shown her versatility as a writer,
alternating between a virtual fantasy series and her
medieval historical romances. The common denominator between
the two is the strength of her heroines, and the courage of
her heroes, as they fight seemingly insurmountable odds to
grab the brass ring.”
—Leslie Tramposch, ParaNormalRomance
Writing in more than one genre is great! I love the variety. I love the opportunity to time-travel in my imagination and create my own worlds. Contrary to what most people think, there isn’t that much difference between writing historical romance and writing paranormal romance. A romance is about two people falling in love no… Read More
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