Romance Writer, Linguist Julie Tetel Andresen Knows The Power Of Words

Summer promotion offers Americana series for 99 cents through September
ORLANDO, Fla. - July 29, 2013 - PRLog -- When Julie Tetel Andresen writes, her words excite the emotions of romance readers, her storylines pique the interest of history buffs and her acute attention to detail satisfies the hunger of academics.

Andresen has penned more than 20 books during her career, covering everything from historical romance and contemporary fiction to paranormal tales and linguistic theories. Putting her expansive knowledge of language to work, she writes with an impressive blend of wit, sincerity and intelligence. She uses the varied lessons learned from each genre to help strengthen the other.

Andresen’s time-slip trilogy – “The Blue Hour,” “The Crimson Hour” and “The Emerald Hour” – takes readers on a trip around the world. The series of time traveling excursions spans more than 100 years, exploring the economic consequences of globalization through cancer research, pharmaceuticals and the rubber trade.

In addition to being an accomplished author, Andresen is a professional linguist. Her newest academic release, “Linguistics and Evolution,” reworks theoretical linguistics around a developmental systems approach for these post-Chomskyan times.

Andresen’s official website is hosting a special summer promotion for her beloved Americana romance series, which includes “Dawn’s Early Light,” “Unexpected Company,” “Carolina Sonnet” and “Heart’s Wilderness,” each on sale for 99 cents through September. Her site also offers for free download two stories: The Wedding Night (when several things happen at once), an erotic/gothic short story, and Saigon Spring (coming in September), a BDSM-inspired novella set in Vietnam.
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