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Marsha Canham

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Pen name  Marsha M. Canham
Period  1984-present
Occupation  Novelist
Genre  Historical romance

Language  English
Name  Marsha Canham
Nationality  Canadian
Role  Writer
Marsha Canham wwwdiebuechereckedemarshajpg
Born  November 19, 1950 (age 65) Toronto, Canada (1950-11-19)
Books  The Iron Rose, The Pride of Lions, Blood of Roses, Across a Moonlit Sea, Through a Dark Mist
Similar People  Shane Bolks, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Julie Garwood, Claudia Dain, Jane Austen

Marsha Canham (born November 19, 1950) is a Canadian writer of historical romance novels since 1984. She has won two Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Awards, as well as multiple awards for individual books including Best Historical of the Year, Best Medieval of the Year, Best book of the Year, Storyteller of the Year, Best Swashbuckler of the Year.

Biography

Canham was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where she resides, to a policeman and a homemaker. Marsha has one son and two grandchildren. Her sister is Canadian politician Carolyn Parrish.

In 1984, Marsha published her first historical romance, titled China Rose, and has seventeen such novels in print, including one contemporary romance. She is best known for her award-winning romance trilogies, one set in Scotland: The Pride of Lions, The Blood of Roses, and Midnight Honor. The other is set in Medieval England and deals with her own interpretation of the Robin Hood legend: Through a Dark Mist, In the Shadow of Midnight, and The Last Arrow. She is currently working on the fourth book of her pirate wolf saga that began with Across A Moonlit Sea The Iron Rose and "The Following Sea" A complete list of books can be found on her website www.marshacanham.com

She has won two Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Awards. plus multiple individual awards including being listed as "One of the seven best mass market fiction books of the year" by Publishers Weekly for The Iron Rose.

References

Marsha Canham Wikipedia


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