Beatriz Williams

About me

Beatriz Williams is a graduate of Stanford University with an MBA in Finance from Columbia University. She is the author of the widely-acclaimed novel OVERSEAS and the upcoming A HUNDRED SUMMERS, both from Putnam. She also writes award-winning historical romance under the pen name Juliana Gray. She lives with her husband and four young children in southwestern Connecticut, where she divides her time between writing and laundry.

From my website

The Modern Age and Hobey Baker

Unless you’re a hockey nut or you went to Princeton, you probably haven’t heard of Hobey Baker. Timing is everything, and history has a way of obscuring people who were born for the wrong age. In his day, though, everybody knew Baker. He remains the only man inducted into both…

Cocoa Beach, In Stores June 27

A few years ago, while traveling in Florida, I gazed around at that lush, overgrown landscape and I thought, Someone needs to write a grand novel about this place. And it must be set in the Roaring Twenties, when Florida was filling up with playboys and bootleggers, and there must…

Elle Magazine: The Vacationers

Packing history, mystery, romance, danger, intrigue, and adventure, Beatriz Williams’s Cocoa Beach (William Morrow) zigzags between World War I battlefields and the Prohibition-era boomtown of Cocoa Beach, Florida. Download the PDF The post Elle Magazine: The Vacationers appeared first on Beatriz Williams.

 
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