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The Prolific Romance Novelist, Johanna Lindsey, Dies At 67

Johanna Lindsey, the Romance Novelist, Dies At The Age of 67!!!

Johanna Lindsey, a prolific and influential romance writer, passed away. She was 67 years old. According to the sources, the author died of complications from stage 4 lung cancer treatment on October 27, but her family was already devastated by announcing the news.

Johanna Writing Career!!

Lindsey wrote about 60 romantic novels, beginning with the captive bride in 1977. According to publisher Simon & Schuster, her stories sold more than 60 million copies worldwide, and almost all of his books reached bestseller status. Many of Lindsey’s novels top the New York Times bestseller list.

In the passionate community, Lindsey was a superstar.

Lindsey helped establish the genre and publish it. Lindsey is one of the most successful and influential romance writers of her time, with authors such as Jud Devereaux, Judith McNaught, Kathleen Woodiwiss, and Rosemary Rogers. Her books also played a crucial role in establishing the career of the Fabio cover model, as it appeared on several covers of Lindsey during the 80s and 90s, especially in Gentle Rogue.

Lindsey last Novel!!!

Her the latest novel, Temptation’s Darling, hit stores in July. Lindsey was loved for her skills as a historical romance novelist, but her books ranged from medieval England to the Barbary / Caribbean Coast and the Scandinavia of the Vikings to the western regions of the United States with their scenarios in time and space. Transmit with Century. She even worked on a science fiction romance with novels written on the fictional planet of Castran.

Johanna was born on March 10, 1952, in Frankfurt, Germany, daughter of Edwin and Wanda Howard. Lindsey is survived by her three children, Alfred, Garrett, and Joseph, as well as four grandchildren. On Monday morning, when news of Lindsey’s death spread, countless writers and romance readers shared their memories and their love for Lindsay on social media. Romantic decorative figures like Avon Books and The Ripped Bodys, the first entirely unrealistic bookstore in North America, shared their condolences. See below to see a sample of the tweet in honor of Lindsey.

 

 

 

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