For the past five years Sharon Sobel has spent the hottest days of New England summers writing about the coldest days of English winters.
She is the author of fifteen works of romantic fiction, including novellas in the four Regency Yuletide Collections and two novels published by ImaJinn Books. Her latest novel, Under A Christmas Sky, was published by BelleBooks/ImaJinn in November 2017. Her short story, “The Jilt,” was selected for inclusion in Second Chances, published by Romance Writers of America, from which she received a Service Award in 2017.
Sharon earned a PhD in English Language and Literature from Brandeis University and is an English professor at a Connecticut college, where she co-chaired the Connecticut Writers’ Conference for five years. An eighteenth century Connecticut farmhouse, where Sharon and her husband raised their three children, has provided inspiration for either the period or the setting for all of her books.