About the author
Put a menu in front of me and I immediately don’t know what I want. Fried green tomatoes with grits? OK. Fish? Sounds good. What are you having? Maybe I’ll have that, too. I’m one of those people who suffers from acute ambivalence given too many choices, but when it comes to what I wanted to do with my life, I’ve known that since the age of 12–and probably before then.
It all began once upon a time after a tonsillectomy, when the doc advised my mom and dad to reward me with something I wanted, and all I wanted was my dad’s typewriter. I got it–a sporty, gun-metal gray Olympia upon which I immediately set out to wearing the letters off the keys. So here I am many years later, with more than 30 novels under my belt and always a new one on the way … still wearing the letters off keyboards … and loving every minute.
Here's the pro scoop: I'm a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. I've written everything from historical romance, women's fiction, suspense and fantasy, and I've been featured in magazines such as People, Romantic Times and Publisher's Weekly, and my books have been translated into eight languages. My very first novel was published in 1992 by Avon Books, where I was hailed as "one of Avon's fastest rising stars." My fourth book was chosen to launch the company's Romantic Treasures imprint. I'm an award-winning author, journalist, and editor and my stories emotional, sometimes humorous, and always filled with flawed characters who deserve an HEA.
Genres: Historical FantasyHistorical FictionWomen's FictionMedievalFantasy RomanceHistorical RomanceMedieval RomanceRomantic SuspenseScottish & HighlanderVictorian Romance
Books by Tanya Anne Crosby
Not Quite a Scoundrel
Daughters of Avalon
The Girl Who Stayed
Romancing the Rogue
Oyster Point Thriller
The Highland Brides
Guardians of the Stone
Sweet Scottish Brides
The Prince & The Impostor
The Goldenchild Prophecy
A Hint of Scandal: Unconventional Betrothals
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