Jean Chapman

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Jean Chapman
Born (1929-10-30) October 30, 1929 (age 87)
England, UK
Pen name Jean Chapman
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period 1981-Present
Genre romance
Spouse Lionel Alan Chapman (1951-)
Children 3

Jean Chapman (born 30 October 1929 in England) is a British writer of romance novels since 1981 and a lecturer in creative writing. Her debut novel "The Unreasoning Earth" and "The Red Pavilion" were both shortlisted for the Parker Pen Romantic Novel of the Year Award.

She was elected the twenty Chairman (2001–2003) of the Romantic Novelists' Association[1] and is the three-time President of the Leicester Writer's Club.

Biography[edit]

Jean Chapman was born on 30 October 1929 in England, UK. On 24 March 1951, she married with Lionel Alan Chapman, they had 1 son and 2 daughters. In 1989, she obtained a BA at Open University.[2]

Jean Chapman lives in a small village in Leicestershire, England.

Bibliography[edit]

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Single novels[edit]

  • The Unreasoning Earth (1981)
  • Tangled Dynasty (1984)
  • The Forbidden Path (1986)
  • Savage Legacy (1987)
  • The Bellmakers (1991)
  • Fortune's Woman (1991)
  • A World Apart (1993)
  • The Red Pavilion (1995)
  • The Soldier's Girl (1997)
  • This Time Last Year (1999)
  • A New Beginning (2001)
  • By Touch Alone (2015)

Philipps-Sinclair Saga[edit]

  1. And a Golden Pear (2002)
  2. Danced Over the Sea (2004)

John Cannon Series[edit]

  1. Both Sides of the Fence (2009)
  2. A Watery Grave (2011)
  3. Deadly Serious (2013)
  4. Deadly Zeal (2015)

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ Past RNA Officers 
  2. ^ International who's who of authors and writers (Volumen 18), Europa Publications Limited, 2003 
  3. ^ Jean Chapman at fantasticfiction