About Juliet


julietmadison-aug2016-sideJuliet Madison
is a bestselling and award-nominated author of fiction in multiple genres, an inspirational colouring book artist, and a self-empowerment and writing coach.

With her background as a naturopath and a dancer, Juliet is passionate about health, fitness, and living a positive life. She likes to combine her love of words, art, and inspiration to create books that entertain and empower readers to love, laugh, and live.

Juliet lives on the picturesque south coast of NSW, Australia, where she spends as much time as possible writing books and as little time as possible doing housework. She is represented by literary agent Joelle Delbourgo, and published by Escape Publishing/Harlequin Australia, Diversion Books USA, and Sourcebooks USA.

Juliet can be found online at:

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>Like Juliet’s books? You can join her Readers Group on Facebook and interact with her and other readers HERE!

 

Juliet’s books are available worldwide as downloadable ebooks with some available in paperback and audiobook, and some in large print-on-demand. If you’ve never bought an ebook before and don’t have an eReader, you can download free apps to a tablet, iPad, smartphone, or computer. The Kindle app is quick and easy to use and allows you to buy and read ebooks from Amazon, or you can download the iBooks app from Apple and purchase the ebooks through iTunes. 

 
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Here are a selection of links to interviews, articles, and news featuring Juliet…

  1. Author Harvest bales up Juliet Madison – Jenn J McLeod’s blog.
  2. Blog Bite with Juliet Madison – RWA blog.
  3. Q&A with Juliet Madison the author of Fast Forward – Monique McDonell’s blog.
  4. Choc Lit’s Search for an Australian Star – ARRA blog.
  5. On the 8th Day of Christmas – Lindy Dale’s blog.
  6. Five things I’m grateful for – Anita heiss’ blog.
  7. Welcome author Juliet Madison – Jeanette Hornby’s blog.
  8. Juliet discusses Fast Forward – on Alissa Callen’s blog.
  9. Beyond The Page – on the Caribbean Accent Book Reviews blog.
  10. How To Write A Romance Novel: 10 Things I’ve learned on my Journey to Publication – Life in aPink Fibro blog.
  11. Interview on creativity and my writing process – Pamela Cook’s Flying Pony blog.
  12. My Top 5 Favourite Chick Lit Books – International Chick Lit Month.
  13. Author Interview with Juliet Madison – Amber A Bardan’s blog.
  14. Friday Feast with Juliet Madison: Deadline Frittata – Cathryn Hein’s blog.
  15. Fan Girl Friday: My Favourite TV Sitcoms – Paula Roe’s blog.
  16. Interview with Juliet Madison – Pageturners.
  17. New Author Series: Juliet Madison, and excerpt – Kylie Griffin’s blog.
  18. Author Limelight – Sarah Belle’s blog.
  19. Guest Author – Dizzy C’s Little Book Blog.
  20. Top 5 Things I Love in a Chick Lit Novel – Guest post on Chick Lit Club.
  21. 5 Things my Character Probably Shouldn’t Have Done – Guest post on RR@H.
  22. ‘Would You Rather…’ – Interview on Novel Escapes.
  23. Interview for Escape Publishing’s Birthday – at The Rest is still Unwritten.
  24. ARRA / Australian Romance Readers Association – Release Day post
  25. Rachael Johns blog – Do You Have The Creative Curse?
  26. Strange Candy Reviews – From Idea to Publishing Contract in Nine Months
  27. RWA / Romance Writers of Australia – Author Spotlight interview
  28. Mochas, Mysteries, and More – Book spotlight & excerpt
  29. Read In A Single Sitting – Interview/Feature
  30. You Gotta Read – You Gotta Write, Right?
  31. Manga Maniac Cafe – Interview
  32. Romance Book Paradise – Time Travel in romance – it’s not only for sci-fi
  33. Stella Ex Libris – Creating the Characters of Fast Forward
  34. Australian Bookshelf – Motherhood in Fiction
  35. Chick Lit Central – Valentine’s Day Interview
  36. Sarah Belle’s blog – 5 Fun Facts About Fast Forward
  37. Beauty & Lace – Interview
  38. Kerrie Paterson’s blog – My TBR pile; what I’m reading
  39. Louise Reynolds’ blog – Cooking The Books – the food in Fast Forward
  40. Ramblings From This Chick – Opposites Attract – the romance in Fast Forward
  41. Chick Lit Bee – Getting inspiration from movies
  42. Susanne Bellamy’s blog – Interview
  43. Annie Seaton’s blog – How I Became a Writer

 

To express interest in an interview with Juliet, please contact her at jtmauthor(at)gmail(dot)com , or for media enquiries please contact the relevant publisher (Harlequin/Escape Publishing, Diversion Books, Sourcebooks) or her agent Joelle Delbourgo.

*Photography credit: Dassia Winkler

 

 

 

  1. Hey, love your new blog. Thanks for contacting me. I’ll definitely be following you.

  2. Congrats on your novel! I look forward to more posts. I’m glad I found your site:)

  3. I love the look of your blog

  4. Great website Juliet…your new novel sounds fabulous – it will be published in no time and when it is, I will be buying a copy!🙂

  5. Thanks Leigh, Cathy, Tahlia, and Jo! I apprecate your comments (and your committment to buy my book Jo!!)🙂

  6. Thanks Juliet or finding me on Lindekin. I’m not familiar with it as yet. No time. lol.

    Love the blog btw.

    Suzanne🙂

  7. Coming over to say hi and be nosey and have a read via MumsLounge🙂 Loved your big 4-0 post x

  8. Meredith Jaeger

    I had now idea you were Australian! What a lovely country. I lived in Sydney for 4 months and wish I could go back. Best of luck to you, Juliet!🙂

  9. That’s what we have in common. I was once French Perfumery consultant in Grace Bros. in fact I can still pick a Dior and Ultimate II’s Ciara from 50 paces. Love the blog Juliet. (I want those clever social media things:(

    • Well there ya go! I did some casual work in Grace Bros until I got a permanent job in David Jones with Dior. Our sense of smell must be very well developed🙂
      Those social media things came with the blog theme (Mystique), I’m not sure if other themes have them or not.

  10. Hi Juliet,
    I have nominated you for the Liebster blogging award – to find out more, visit my blog http://alisonstanleychristianfiction.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/liebster-award-a-little-about-me/. I look forward to reading your answers to my questions – no pressure!
    Take care, Alison

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