Monday, December 12, 2011




Thank you again for donating a book for our 1st annual "Good Tidings & Trimmings" e-book Giveaway! What book or books did you donate, tell us more about them.

I donated my romantic comedy Dial “L” For Loser about Marty, who after a long dating drought finds herself juggling two men. She has a lot of fun, but as she gets involved more and more with Ben and Brad, she finds her dating life slipping out of her control. And when “Dr. Perfect” is added to the mix, a friend of hers who seems to show up everywhere she goes, Marty has a wild time trying to decide whom to love.

What is your favorite thing about the holiday season and what does Christmas mean to you?

I love spending time with family and friends, making fudge and buying presents for them. It is a time when I can show the ones I love that I cherish them, and that is a lovely thing.

Have you ever gone caroling or wanted to?

I love to sing, though I have not gone caroling since I was a kid. When I was in the fifth grade, I went with a group who sang at a nursing home. It was poignant, but also a blessing to be able to reach out to people who were alone on the holidays.

If you had a choice of the perfect weather for Christmas would it be cold and snowy, or warm and sunny?

I would love to experience a true white Christmas. I live in the south, so it is never going to happen here. Still, the idea of drinking hot chocolate by the fire with loved ones is appealing to me.

Give us your links! Tell us where to find your books and more information about you!

Dial “L” For Loser is found for $2.99 on Kindle at

When I am not writing romantic comedies, I spend a lot of time with Eleanor of Aquitaine, Princess Alais of France, and the Plantagenets of the 12th Century. I am the author of the historical novels The Queen’s Pawn and To Be Queen: A Novel of the Early Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine from New American Library.. My first Regency romance, How to Tame a Willful Wife, a re-telling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, will be published by Sourcebooks in the fall of 2012. Please join me on my continuing adventures at

Christy English
Author of the Historical Novels
To Be Queen: A Novel of the Early Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine
and The Queen's Pawn
From New American Library

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