I write historical romances—21 New York Times bestsellers, highest position #5 (tied for #4, but who's counting?). My latest novel is Three Weeks with Lady X. I'm a Shakespeare professor at Fordham University in real life. Curious about my books or the business of writing? Ask me something!
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Three Weeks with Lady X – Eloisa James →

romanticnovelsandi:

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Three Weeks with Lady X – Eloisa James

Sorry I’ve been gone for so long! I got some news, I got engaged a couple of months ago and when I’m not busy at school I got busy planning a wedding. Yay!

But I’ve been reading in my spare time I got a bunch of books from stores that sadly closed down….

janeaustenfinancialadvisor:

“The orange wine will want our care soon. But in the meantime, for elegance and ease and luxury, the Hattons and Milles’ dine here to-day, and I shall eat ice and drink French wine, and be above vulgar economy.” — Jane Austen, in a letter to her sister Cassandra.

janeaustenfinancialadvisor:

The orange wine will want our care soon. But in the meantime, for elegance and ease and luxury, the Hattons and Milles’ dine here to-day, and I shall eat ice and drink French wine, and be above vulgar economy.” — Jane Austen, in a letter to her sister Cassandra.

(Source: austenprose.com)

I didn’t realize you needed a response. When Hamlet is giving a monologue, he just goes on and on by himself.

—  Eloisa James, When Beauty Tamed the Beast (via ithurts-because-itmattered)

You don’t learn kindness from memorizing even a whole book of the Bible. And that’s the important thing, to my mind.

sneakingferocity:

have you ever sat on a beach at night drinking massive long island iced teas with your best friend as she reads a regency romance out loud because I highly recommend it

Interrupted my husband, who is listening to the French news, to read this aloud.. #thank you.

http://quotesfromromancenovels.tumblr.com/post/91475061887/and-piers-was-right-she-hadnt-ever-really →

quotesfromromancenovels:

"And Piers was right: she hadn’t ever really forgiven her mother for wanting to be with strange men more than she wanted to be with her daughter. Enough so that she set out one rainy night to meet a man—they never knew who—and died when her carriage crashed into a piling.

I would never do it,…

janeaustenfinancialadvisor:

Love this chart on regency money and its equivalent modern-day value. Mr. Darcy was indeed filthy rich, it turns out.

janeaustenfinancialadvisor:

Love this chart on regency money and its equivalent modern-day value. Mr. Darcy was indeed filthy rich, it turns out.

(Source: img3.wikia.nocookie.net)

books-and-tea-and-carrotcake:

I have serious addiction to trashy historical romance novels.

Please send help.

Heh Heh  (said the drug dealer)

bookgeekconfessions:

I am reading Once Upon A Tower by eloisajames and the characters are attending the wedding of Honoria Smythe-Smith which is a character from Julia Quinn. I love that historical romance writers write little nods to each other! It’s the cherry on top of an already enjoyable book!

We had so much fun figuring that out!

This is how they used to sell pasta in Italy—just scoop it out and pour into a paper cone.

This is how they used to sell pasta in Italy—just scoop it out and pour into a paper cone.

thebestandworstlines:

- - Julia Quinn, An Offer From a Gentleman, p.349

thebestandworstlines:

- - Julia Quinn, An Offer From a Gentleman, p.349

(Source: verse-and-chapter)

msfehrwight:

I am so excited about Laetitia Rainsford and I hope she’s the heroine of the next novel because give me a dyslexic heroine who can’t carry small-talk and is just the littlest bit pudgy and not exactly smart.

I adored her…but no, she’s not the heroine of the next novel, because she’s in love with her doctor.  And I adore him too, so I’m not killing him off to give her a love affair long enough for a new novel… sorry!

'In case there is any question in your mind,' he said, cupping her face with his hands. 'What I want, what I most desire, the loveliest sight on theis dark earth, is you.'

— Eloisa James, Winning the Wallflower (via bookaddictiion)