Virginia Brown

Virginia BrownSince writing her first romance novel in 1984, Virginia Brown has written nearly 50 romance novels. Many of her books have been nominated for Romantic Times' Reviewer's Choice, Career Achievement Award for Love and Laughter, and Career Achievement Award for Adventure. Her works regularly appear on national bestseller lists. Having written under several different names about historical eras such as the old West, Regency-era, and the American Civil War, she now writes under a new pseudonym, Juliana Garnett, to focus upon the medieval era.

A native of Tennessee, Virginia spent her childhood traveling with her parents as a "military brat,” living all over the US and in Japan. This influenced her love of travel and adventure, which is reflected in her work.

Twice a year, Virginia visits England to research her novels, and includes Scotland in her travels. She feels this adds a new dimension to her work, and enables her to more authentically impart the true flavor of the geographical and historical sites.

In addition to appearing on the nationally syndicated television program What's Hot, What's Not, Virginia Brown has been interviewed by Jane Pauley on the Today Show, and regularly appears on local television and radio shows in addition to coverage by the press. She also experienced a first for a romance writer by appearing on the cover of Memphis, the magazine.

Virginia is the mother of four grown children, and now enjoys her menagerie of dogs that includes a fat beagle, two part-chows, a hound and five cats. As the grandmother of three lovely children, one of her greatest pleasures these days is visiting with Justin, Christina, and Gaby.

Her Books From BelleBooks/Bell Bridge Books:

The Scotsman
Emerald Nights
The Moon Rider
Jade Moon
Heaven on Earth
Summer's Knight
Never Tempt a Duke
Renegade Embrace
A Colorado Christmas
Divas Do Tell
Return to Fender
Wildest Heart
Wildflower
Capture the Wind
Divas and Dead Rebels
Suspicious Mimes
Comanche Moon
Harley Rushes In
Hound Dog Blues
Dark River Road
Dixie Diva Blues
drop Dead Divas
Dixie Divas