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Syrie James
Syrie James
Also Writes As:
, William James
Romance Genres:
Contemporary Romance,
Historical Romance,
Paranormal Romance,
Young Adult Romance
Speaks On:
Researching the historical romance novel, Writing the Regency romance novel, Writing the Victorian romance novel, Writing Paranormal Romance, Writing Young Adult Romance, Writing Romantic Screenplays, How to adapt your romance novel for the screen, My Journey from Screenwriter to Bestselling Novelist
Speaks To:
Writing Groups,
Book Clubs and other readers groups
Willing to Participate in Online Events:

Travels From:
Los Angeles
Travels From (State):
Travels From Country:


Syrie James is the bestselling author of 11 critically acclaimed novels translated into eighteen languages. A member of RWA, Syrie's novels include historical and contemporary romance fiction, paranormal romance, young adult romance, and women's fiction,

A WGA member, she has sold 20 screenplays to film and television. Syrie’s novels have won numerous awards, including the Audiobook Association Audie, Women’s National Book Association Great Group Read, B&N Romantic Read of the Week, Best Snowbound Romance, Best of the Year, and Library Journal Editor’s Picks. Her original romantic comedy screenplay EDATE was just named the 2nd Place Winner in the Little Screenwriting Competition.

Syrie has addressed numerous organizations as a keynote speaker and served on a variety of author panels. A life member of JASNA, Syrie has written, produced, and performed in original theatrical productions in England and across North America. 

Her books are available in print, e-book, and audio book formats at Amazon, bn.com, and in bookstores. You can find Syrie on Goodreads, Facebook, and Twitter (@SyrieJames). For more information about Syrie and her work, please visit www.syriejames.com.

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