Two on Tuesday with Julie Coulter Bellon

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This week’s guest for the Two on Tuesday author spotlight is Canadian Regency romance author, Julie Coulter Bellon. An author known for romantic suspense, Julie’s latest novel, The Marquess Meets His Match features the tagline, “A traitor with a deadly plan—two agents sent to expose his identity before he strikes. But danger is closer than they think …”

Julie’s Two on Tuesday Facts:

  1. I am a descendant of several dukes and earls, including the Duke of Norfolk, the Duke of Somerset, the Duke of Clarence, and the Duke of Buckingham. For The Marquess Meets His Match, I used my own ancestor, the Earl of Pembroke in the story, as well as the Earl of Huntington. My ancestors’ real-life histories included a lot of spies and intrigue, and I loved including a bit of intrigue in my fiction story! I really enjoy the regency time period and my new book, The Viscount’s Vow will be released June 1st.
  2. I am Canadian and have always been fascinated by the royal family. When I was thirteen years old, I got to meet Princess Diana and shake her hand. She asked what time it was, and if it was always that hot in Canada. I swore I’d never wash my hand again after our conversation, but of course, I did.

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Julie is available to connect with readers on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. More information on Julie’s books can be found at: www.juliebellon.com

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