Harlequin Historical celebrates 1000 books

Since its inception, the Harlequin® Historical line (of which I’m proudly a part of) has published over 1000 titles. My senior editor, Linda Fildew, takes a walk from the first releases to the most current.

#1000 is Christine Merrill’s Paying the Virgin’s Price:

It was also fun seeing the original covers and how the cover art has evolved. There’s a nice mention of #1014 – Butterfly Swords coming in October. 🙂

It feels kind of nice being a part of a long running tradition:

1,000 Harlequin Releases


  1. Christine Merrill
    Jul 07, 2010 @ 11:11:17

    And a tradition of really good covers. Yours is gorgeous! Counting down (or rather up) to 1014 for you.

  2. Pamela Cayne
    Jul 09, 2010 @ 09:07:06

    How exciting! I’ve loved Christine’s books since I first picked up AN UNLADYLIKE OFFER and adore the Harlequin Historical line. What a fabulous community to be part of–I’m very jealous! (And yes, the cover gods love you all.)

  3. Jeannie Lin
    Jul 09, 2010 @ 09:20:54

    Christine – Congrats on being #1000!

    Pamela – Before joining HH, I had only read Michelle Styles. Now every time I pick up a Harlequin Historical, I’m totally thrilled to be in the company of such wonderful stories!