About The Author

Josephine Blake enjoys a quiet life on the outskirts of Portland, OR. Her debut Historical Romance novel, Dianna, hit the shelves in August of 2016 and became a bestseller two years later. Her Gothic Historical Romance novel, A Brush with Death, followed suit later that year in 2018.

In June of 2019, she and her loving husband celebrated the birth of their daughter, Florence Jane. After a brief hiatus from writing, Yours at Yuletide became her very first Contemporary Romance release.

When she’s not writing, Josephine spends her daughter’s naptimes on graphic design projects, designing award-winning, top-selling book covers for authors all over the world.

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27 thoughts on “About The Author

  1. Cherry

    I am looking forward to reading your book. Congratulations on having your book published. I wish I had a talent for writing.

  2. Patricia Huston

    Beautiful cover, congratulations on being published. If you need an ARC I would be more than happy to help.

  3. Julie Dewar

    Hi Josephine…..Julie here….leaving my confirmation number on my pre-order of your next book…..can’t wait to read it ….#D01-9667759-4101850…….love your books

  4. Barbara Holmes

    I just read Diana, and I love it!! You are a new Authur to me, but if Diana is anything to go by I am going to love your books!!

  5. c4kwhite

    Where did you learn the art and craft of writing so well at such a young age? Did you have take writing in college or writing courses on your own or were you just blessed with this talent? Cannot wait to read your newest book. Congrats.

  6. Your book Dianna is an excellent read.
    The train station departure brought tears to my eyes . The scene in the Post Office was hilarious !
    Sad one minute, laughing the next, then I would like to get my hands on Grayson the next.
    You kept us going.

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