Japanese American writer of romance novels. She also writes under the pseudonyms S. She is a number one bestselling author in sylvia day free pdf books countries.
She has also published fiction under the pseudonym S. RWA’s Board of Directors from 2009-13.
She was the 22nd President of RWA. Day presently serves on the Authors Guild Board of Directors. She presents workshops for writing groups and has been a speaker at events such as the RT Booklovers Convention, Romance Writers of America’s National Convention, and Comic-Con.
In March 2013, Harlequin Enterprises and Hearst Corporation announced the signing of Day to a seven-figure contract to write two novellas to launch “Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin,” a new collaboration between the publisher and communications giant. In June 2013, Penguin USA agreed on an eight-figure deal for two more “Crossfire” books, with Penguin UK acquiring UK and Commonwealth rights for an additional seven-figures. In January 2014, Macmillan’s St. Martin’s Press announced a two-book, eight-figure agreement with Day for a new “Blacklist” series.
Penguin UK acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to the series for an additional seven-figures. Day’s Crossfire series has 13 million English-language copies in print and international rights licensed in over 40 territories as of January 2014. The Crossfire series has been acquired by Lionsgate Television Group for television adaptation.
In September 2015, Day launched the digital lifestyle magazine Beyond Words, which publishes daily articles covering travel, entertainment, style, wellness, and philanthropy. This section of a biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.
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Day has been honored with the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the EPPIE Award, the National Readers’ Choice Award, and several nominations for Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award. Salacious Robinson” in Got a Minute?
Day’s Crossfire series had been optioned for television adaptation. Lions Gate Entertainment secured the rights. Kevin Beggs, President of the Lionsgate Television Group, confirmed the acquisition on August 5, 2013 in a press release.