Main / Lifestyle / Edith layton
Edith layton download
| bio | books | press | contest | contact | layton's latest | newsletter. © Edith Layton. All rights reserved. Site Meter. Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. She bought a marbleized notebook and set out to write a story that would fit between its covers. Now, an award-winning author with more than thirty novels and numerous novellas to her credit, her criteria have changed. The story has to fit the reader as well as between. Edith Layton () grew up in Queens, New York, and began writing when she was ten years old. She worked as a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines before publishing her first novel, THE DUKE'S WAGER, with Signet/NAL. She won numerous awards, starting in with The Romantic Times Award.
Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. She bought a marbleized notebook and set out to write a story that would fit between its covers. Now. After graduating from Hunter College in New York City with a degree in creative writing and theater, Edith Layton became one of the leading lights in Historical Romance, winning awards and publishing more than thirty novels and numerous novellas. Edith and her husband raised three children, later becoming devoted. Edith Layton Series List. A list of all Edith Layton's series in reading order. Browse reviews, synopses, book covers, pseudonyms, ratings and awards.
3 Jun Romance author Edith Layton passed away today from ovarian cancer. Layton was one of the most prolific and inspiring romance authors in print, a name repeatedly mentioned by writers when discussing authors whose books had led them to think of writing. Layton was also gifted with one of the most. Wealthy, handsome, and devastatingly charming, the expatriate Viscount Hathaway Wycoff could easily win most women's affections. But the lovely Lucy Stone. Edith Layton loved to write. She wrote articles and opinion pieces for the New York Times and Newsday, as well as for local papers, and freelanced writing publicity before she began writing novels. Publisher's Weekly called her “one of romance's most gifted authors.” She received many awards, including a Lifetime .