Colette L. Saucier
Colette has been writing poems, short stories, and novellas since grade school and experienced early success in having several of her poems published in her junior high school newspaper. Her interest in literature led her to marry her college English professor, but eventually a love of history encouraged her to trade up to a British historian. Technical writing dominated Colette’s career for over twenty years; but finding little room for creativity in that genre, she dedicated fifteen months traveling to Europe and Britain, researching and writing her first full-length novel, Pulse and Prejudice, The Confession of Mr. Darcy, Vampire - the bestselling paranormal adaptation of the Jane Austen classic.
Colette was named “Debut Author of 2012" by Austenprose and selected a 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Semi-finalist for her novel The Proud and the Prejudiced (abriged as All My Tomorrows), which was also selected the 2013 “Favorite Modern Adaptation” by Austenesque Reviews. In addition, Pulse and Prejudice was voted Austenprose Readers’ Choice: Top 5 Books of 2012 and was selected the 2013 1st Place Winner in Category: Chatelaine Awards Romantic Fiction.
Colette’s newest release is the controversial romantic noir thriller, The Widow, and she is currently researching and writing a sequel to Pulse and Prejudice entitled Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth, which follows the newlywed Vampire Darcy and his bride Elizabeth from Britain to Antebellum New Orleans. She lives in South Louisiana with her historian husband and their two dogs.
Books:Alicia's Possession, September 2015
The Widow, August 2015
Pulse And Prejudice: The Confession Of Mr. Darcy, Vampire, May 2015
The Proud and the Prejudiced, December 2014
All My Tomorrows, June 2012
Pulse and Prejudice, May 2012