Bestselling and award-winning author Bronwyn Jameson grew up on an Australian farm where she developed a lifelong love of animals and the written word. Happily she was able to marry the two working as a rural journalist before a magazine article introduced her to Romance Writers of Australia and the endless possibilities of a career dreaming up stories.
After five years of dreaming, writing and rewriting, Bronwyn sold her first book to Silhouette Books (now Harlequin) after the manuscript placed in the Romance Writers of New Zealand’s Clendon Award for unpublished romances.
Bronwyn continued to write for Harlequin’s Desire line, winning contests such as The Aspen Gold, The Write Touch Readers’ Award and the Anne Bonney Readers’ Choice. In 2006 she was a triple RITA finalist with her Princes of the Outback trilogy and a nominee for the Romantic Times Series Storyteller of the Year.
As well as strong heroes and spirited heroines, her stories feature all kinds of animals including an energetic Border Collie named Mac, a jet black racehorse named Stella, an attack cat named Gizmo, a talking pony nicknamed Mini Ed, a bitzer named Digger, a Russian Blue named Tolstoy, Giselle the polo pony… Well, you get the picture.
She still loves animals and the written word. Her home is still a farm in the Australian heartland, which she shares with her husband and sons, several thousand sheep, nine horses, three dogs, and an occasional wallaby.
Bronwyn is a member of the Romance Writers of Australia, Romance Writers of America and the Australian Romance Readers Association.