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Lauren in the News
» July 2011, At RWA, after winning the RITA!
» July 2011, Chatting rather incoherently with Barbara Vey post-RITA
» February 2010, in defense of romance fiction in the Yale Herald.
» January 2010, the New Haven Register reports on romance (scholarship) at Yale.
» January 2010, in the Pink with the Word Wenches.
» February 2009, Lauren answers Maya Rodale’s infamous Six Questions.
» March 2009, the New York Post films Lauren reading as part of an article on Love’s New Thrust.
» February 2009, chatting with host Molly Pesce on B&N’s Tagged.
» February 2009, the Not-So-Secret-Interview on Risky Regencies.
» February 2008, Tasha Alexander interviews Lauren for Bookpage.
2006, Lauren gets her own spot on the B&N
Meet the Writers page—right next to Laura Ingalls Wilder!
2005, the Associated Press picks up on A
Sultry Dose of Romance—From Harvard
» March 2005,
the Harvard Crimson reports: Grad
Student Grabs Readers With Bodice-Ripper
with the Library Journal
Back to the OriginalOctober 15th, 2010
A lovely review of Pink I from the Paperback Princesses. (Don’t you love that name?) The Paperback Princesses dub The Secret History of the Pink Carnation “witty, exciting, romantic, adventurous and downright funny.”
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Congrads on yet another great review!!
I was surprised though that they thought the books appropriate for teenagers. The Pink series definitely ranks in the most graphic series I have ever read. I don’t know I think if I gave these books to some of the teens or young adults I know their moms would be angry. Maybe older college age teens. Rated R Maybe PG13. To be fair Pinks #4 and #5 are probably more PG13.
(Of course my parents don’t care, but I am over 20 and they don’t pay attention to what I read.)
I of course am a huge fan of the books but I think a lot of my friends would think they’re too graphic.I honestly think you have to be careful marketing the series to teens.
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