Two on Tuesday with Wendy May Andrews

This week’s guest for the Two on Tuesday author spotlight is sweet historical romance author, Wendy May Andrews. Known for her “swoon-worthy happy endings,” her novels include stories from proxy brides and orphan trains to tales of the English aristocracy.

Wendy’s Two on Tuesday Facts:

  1. I became an author based on a dare from my husband. I love to read – my nose would always be buried in a book. He challenged me to write one instead of reading all the time. I didn’t think I could do it but decided to give it a try. And now I love writing almost as much as reading. That first book even got published!
  2. My hubby and I love to travel. We now often combine my writing with travelling – researching my books, finding great location inspiration for my books, historical research, and so on. The best research trip was three years ago when we went to England (see photo below) – I have one complete series based on the research and a second one is being written.

History Centre

Wendy is available to connect with readers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. More information on her books can be found at:

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Disclaimer: Authors featured within the Two on Tuesday Author Spotlight were not compensated in any way for their participation. Content included within each author’s current or future works or the legitimacy of any information provided within this spotlight are not the responsibility of Kelsey Gietl. Authors were provided book content guidelines prior to applying. Authors should be contacted directly with any questions.

One thought on “Two on Tuesday with Wendy May Andrews

  1. So Wendy, what did your husband say when you got published? I hope to read this book soon, it looks so good!!! 🙂


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