- US, Texas
- member since July 31, 2007
Julia Justiss’s last login was Wednesday, December 1, 2010.
The History Non-Fiction Group is voting for the Oct-Dec Quarterly Group read. We've had several interesting books nominated. Please take a look and vote if you'd like to join in.
Julia, I forgot about the hummus recipe you asked for. You can find it in the group Cook's Books, here is the direct link to the discussion wher I posted it http://www.shelfari.com/groups/10004/discussions/46586/Hummus-recipes
Thanks, I am going to see if they have your books in the bookstore here. I've watched the Sharpe movies a few years ago and I loved it.
I've read “Prince of Danger” by Amanda Scott, that’s how I got into the highlander romance :) I got a couple of her books that I haven’t read yet. So many books so little time.
Hi Julia, , Thanks for the friend request. My avatar is a John William Waterhouse painting called "The Sorceress". I'm a big fan of his work. I did love the book of The Other Boleyn Girl, but I was very disappointed in the movie. I'll be sure to look for your books as I love historical romance. Take care, blessings, ~*~
Hi Julia, thanks for the note you left on my page. I’d like to have a similar dress too and pretend to be a fairy tale princess for one day :)
I have been interested in historical romance lately; I haven’t read any of your books yet. In what era do your novels set in? I’ve also been into highlander romance too, any recommendations?
Hi Julia, I apologize for the late response, I completely missed your post! Eeesh! Yes, please, we'd love to have promos for our Central Booksource customers. I have you listed in the Essence of Romance with 15 titles. Please email me for more info (melanie @ centralbooksource.com). I haven't gotten around to filling my shelf yet but I really should... one book I particularly enjoy is WICKED WAGER. I've re-read it a few times now. ;-)
just had to write to say that I have read several of your books and that they have given me great pleasure. I think that my favourites are 'The Courtesan' 'A Scandalous Proposal' and 'The Wedding Gamble' Anyway thanks for the enjoyment that you have given me with these books.
Congrats for Navy and UT. I am doing well, coming home for Thanksgiving. 9 more school days left... yes, I am counting down. I have been terribly busy this year, I am ready for a break, and turkey! I just wanted to say Hi. (Send Mr. Justiss my love too!)
Yes, I see you're with the Beau Monde. I'm a lurker too. I'm glad you liked my suggestions. Princesses by Flora Fraser is really very good, and I refer to it all the time. Its very hard to find good regency books that are helpful. But if there is something in particular you are looking for, just let me know.
Hi Julia...how odd you wrote! I was going to write to you. To answer your question, have so many books I love, and so many must haves. Their Tempestous Days by Caroly Erickson is very good for Regency. I also lucked out and found the diaries of Sir Thomas Moore...and they are awesome. Looking in the old bookstores are great. Princesses by Antonia Fraser is a great source of information on the life of nobility in the regency period. And of course, Jane Austen. I study the regency from the royal angle. I love Anne Herries--Nicola Cornick---Michelle Styles---they all write Regency. And have you thought of joining the Beau Monde? Just the email loops alone are worth a million bucks. Hurry and get your faster computer. I'll send you a note off line, so we can talk further if you want.