Carol Townend writes medieval romances for Harlequin Mills & Boon. Born in Yorkshire, she went to a convent school in Whitby and studied history at Royal Holloway College, London. She loves research trips, never quite knowing which castle, church, palace or city will fire her imagination next. Her first novel, Sapphire in the Snow, won the RNA New Writers’ Award.
Carol’s non-fiction writing includes dozens of articles for Writing Magazine and Writers’ News, and a portrait of the Romanovs which introduces family portraits from the Imperial albums. Carol lives in London with her husband and daughter.
For her complete fiction list, please see Carol’s blogsite.
From my website
The fourth book in the Knights of Champagne mini-series set in Twelfth century France has just been accepted! It will be published in December 2015 and more details will follow later. For now here is the image showing a scribe hard at work on the front cover.
The Romantic Novelists' Association have just announced the 2015 shortlist for category or series and shorter romance - novels that focus on the developing love affair between the hero and heroine.Here it is: Louise Allen, Scandal’s Virgin, Harlequin Mills & Boon HistoricalCaroline Anderson, Risk of a Lifetime, Mills & Boon Medical RomanceFiona Harper, Taming Her…
Lord Gawain's Forbidden Mistress - the third book in the Knights of Champagne mini-series, will be published in March 2015.Forbidden fruit always tastes the sweetest…Elise keeps her cards close to her chest. Few people know that she’s also Blanchefleur le Fay, the celebrated singer. But she has an even greater secret... Her baby…