Laurie Alice Eakes – Featured Beau Monde Author

Laurie Alice Eakes is today’s Featured Author for The Beau Monde Regency chapter of Romance Writers of America.

Laurie at booksigning


Laurie Alice Eakes used to lie in bed as a child telling herself stories  so she didn’t wake anyone else up.

Sometimes she shared her stories withothers; thus, when she decided to be a writer, she surprised no one.

Family Guardian, her first book,  won the National Readers Choice Award for Best Regency in 2007. In the past three years, she has sold six books to Baker/Revell, five of which are set during the Regency time period, five books to Barbour Publishing, as well as two novellas to Barbour Publishing and one to Baker/Revell.

Seven of her books have been picked up by Thorndike Press for large print publication, and Lady in the Mist, her first book with Revell, was chosen for hardcover publication with Crossings Bookclub.

She also teaches on-line writing courses and enjoys a speaking ministry that takes her from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast.

Laurie Alice lives in Texas with her husband, two dogs and two cats, and is learning how to make tamales.

Laurie Alice Eakes   –  http://www.lauriealiceeakes.com

Laurie Alice Eakes Hearts Safe Passage


I need to try a book by Laurie Alice Eakes. I’ve frequented her blog and she really seems to know what she’s doing. I LOVE the Regency era and am always on the lookout for books set in that era.

July 5, 2012 at 3:35 am Donna Hatch, Regency Romance Author reply

Laurie Alice’s books sound great. And she has a wonderful knowledge of the Regency Era.
Suzi Love

July 5, 2012 at 6:32 am SuziLove reply

Thank you for putting this up today. I was rather surprised to see it.

July 7, 2012 at 11:03 pm Laurie Alice Eakes reply
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