Buchanan-Renard Series by Julie GarwoodKansas City, Missouri is the birthplace of romance novelist, Julie Garwood. She was raised in a large Irish family and is the sixth of seven children. A sickly childhood, resulted in frequently missed school. At the age of eleven, her mother realized that Julie was unable to read. A nun, Sister Elizabeth, who was also a math teacher, devoted her entire summer to helping Garwood become a reader. While studying to be an R.
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Julie Garwood born in Kansas City, Missouri is an American writer of over twenty-seven romance novels in both the historical and suspense subgenres. Over thirty-five million copies of her books are in print, and she has had at least 24 New York Times Bestsellers. Garwood's novel For the Roses was adapted for the television feature Rose Hill.
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She has written more than 27 romance novels in the suspense and historical sub-genres. The books written by her have gone on to sell more than 35 million copies all over the world and have frequently featured in the New York Times bestselling list. Julie was born in the year in Kansas City, Missouri, United States and since then, she has lived there all her life. She belongs to an Irish family and has 6 more siblings, 5 of whom are her sisters. Julie had to miss the initial phase of her education due to an infection and by the time she started going to school at the age of 6, she was not able to read like the other children of her age. Her mother realized that she was not able to read because of missing much of her schooling, but she had reached the age of 11 by then.