Bibliography and Awards

Awards
1978 Spur Award:Short Subject (Western Writers of America) – A Season for Heroes (FAR West Magazine)
1981 Spur Award:Short Subject (Fiction) (Western Writers of America) – Kathleen Flaherty’s Long Winter (FAR West Magazine)
1993-1994 Romantic Times Career Achievement Award – Regency
1995 RITA Award: Best Regency Romance (Romance Writers of America) – Mrs Drew Plays Her Hand
1997 RITA Award: Best Regency Romance (Romance Writers of America) – The Lady’s Companion
2001 All About Romance. Readers Award: Best Regency Romance – One Good Turn
2001 Romance Readers Anonymous. Best Regency Romance – One Good Turn
2001 Romance Readers Anonymous. Best Regency Author
2002 All About Romance. Readers Award: Best Traditional Regency – The Wedding Journey.
2001 Romance Readers Anonymous. Best Regency Romance – The Wedding Journey
2011 Whitney Awards. Best Romance – Borrowed Light
2012 Whitney Awards. Best Historical Novel – My Loving Vigil Keeping

Bibliography – Articles, Books, and Novels
A Season for Heroes. FAR West Magazine, 1978
Kathleen Flaherty’s Long Winter. FAR West Magazine, 1981
Daughter of Fortune. Pocket, 1986
Summer Campaign. (Signet Regency Romance) 1989
Miss Chartley’s Guided Tour. (Signet Regency Romance) 1989
Marian’s Christmas Wish. (Signet Regency Romance) 1989
Mrs McVinnie’s London Season. (Signet Regency Romance) 1990
Libby’s London Merchant. (Signet Regency Romance) 1991
Miss Grimsley’s Oxford Career. (Signet Regency Romance) 1992
Miss Billings Treads the Boards. (Signet Regency Romance) 1993
Mrs Drew Plays Her Hand. (Signet Regency Romance) 1994
Reforming Lord Ragsdale.
(Signet Regency Romance) 1995
Miss Wittier Makes a List. (Signet Regency Romance) 1994
The Lady’s Companion. (Signet Regency Romance) 1996
“Something New” in Wedding Bouquet. Signet, 1996
With This Ring. (Signet Regency Romance) 1997
“Make a Joyful Noise” in A Regency Christmas Carol. Signet, 1997
Miss Milton Speaks Her Mind (Signet Regency Romance) 1998
“The Christmas Ornament” in A Regency Christmas. Signet, 1998
“An Object of Charity” in A Regency Christmas Present. Signet, 1999
“The Background Man” in The Grand Hotel. Signet, 2000
“The Three Kings” in The Regency Christmas II. Signet, 2000
One Good Turn. (Signet Regency Romance) 2001 — Sequel to Libby’s London Merchant
Libby’s London Merchant & Miss Chartley’s Guided Tour. (Signet Regency Romance) 2001
The Buffalo Carcass on the Company Sink: Sanitation at a Frontier Army Fort. North Dakota History: Journal of the Northern Plains. Vol. 69, 2002
“The Light Within” in A Regency Valentine II. Signet, 2002
The Wedding Journey. (Signet Regency Romance) 2002
“No Room at the Inn” in The Regency Christmas IX. Signet, 2002
Here’s to the Ladies: Stories of the Frontier Army. Texas Christian University Press, 2003
“Let Nothing You Dismay” in Regency Christmas Wishes. Signet, 2003
‘To Restore these Children’: Fort Totten’s Preventorium, 1935-1940. Northern Great Plains History Conference (2004: Bismarck, North Dakota)
“A Hasty Marriage” in Wedding Belles. Signet, 2004
On the Upper Missouri: The Journal of Rudolph Friedrich Kurz, 1851-1852. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005 (Editor)
Beau Crusoe. (Harlequin Historical Series) 2007
An Object of Charity in A Homespun Regency Christmas. Signet, 2008 Note: re-issue of short story published originally in A Regency Christmas Present. Signet, 1999
Marrying the Captain. (Harlequin Historical Series) 2009
The Surgeon’s Lady. (Harlequin Historical Series) June 2009
“Christmas Promise” in “A Regency Christmas.” Harlequin, October 2009
Marrying the Royal Marine. (Harlequin Historical Series) June 2010
The Admiral’s Penniless Bride. (Harlequin Historical Series) December 2010
Borrowed Light. (Cedar Fort, Inc.) 2011
Enduring Light. (Cedar Fort, Inc.) 2012
“Coming Home for Christmas,” Harlequin Historical, November 2011
Marriage of Mercy (Harlequin Historical Series) 2012
My Loving Vigil Keeping. (Cedar Fort, Inc.) 2012
Her Hesitant Heart (Harlequin Historical), April 2013
Safe Passage (Cedar Fort, Inc.), August 2013
The Double Cross – Book One, The Spanish Brand Series (Camel Press), August 2013
Carla Kelly’s Christmas Collection (Cedar Fort, Inc., from Signet reprints), October 2013
In Love and War (Cedar Fort, Inc., from Signet reprints), November 2013

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7 thoughts on “Bibliography and Awards

  1. Hi! I recently bought a slew of your books for my kindle. I loved them!! When is the Wedding Journey going to be available? I am sorry to write this here but I couldn’t find an email address for you. I also have a few random questions. Did they end up finding her brother and father in Reforming Lord Ragsdale? Would he have really married the other girl? He would have been miserable! I like to think he would have realized his mistake and charged after her even if he hadn’t read her letter. :) Think I’m right? At the end of Mrs Drew I was wondering how Roxie’s brother-in-law felt that she gave Winn a son. When she told him she loved Winn he seemed upset. Did he truly love her? Is that why he went pyscho? Also what did Winn’s ex-wife say when she found out he was happily married with children? I like to think it bothered her. And Winn’s youngest sister must have been thrilled that he had an heir. But did she ever grow to like Roxie and vice-a-versa? I simply love your novels!!

    • Aha, questions, questions, Michele! SOunds like you really invested in those books, which tickles me. I think probably Emma found her brother and father in Australia. As for your other questions, hard to say.

      Wedding Journey is out as an ebook via Signet. Best idea is just to check me out on AMazon.

  2. From “Marrying the Royal Marine” there was a Scottish nursery rhyme, “There was an old bee, and he lived in a barn…” Every once in a while I run a search on this childhood memory (I remember the words slightly differently) because I wonder where it came from and why my friends have never heard it. Suddenly I get an Internet match, the lines from your novel, and the mystery thickens. Where did you come across this ditty and do you have any information on its origins?

    • My grandmother Baier nee Fergusson taught me that. Her father, my Great Grandpa Sam Fergusson was born in Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland. I know it’s Scottish. My relatives were/are lowland Scots from that Galloway area. That’s all I know about “the bee.”

  3. I wish Hollywood would make a movie of “Miss Whittier Makes a List”.
    Carla’s characters stay with me and I read her books over and over.

  4. Dear Ms. Carla Kelly,
    Oh! How I have so-enjoyed your Work via Nook! Thank you for the Regency friends of whom you have marvelously woven and shared with me.
    Being an enthusiastic proponent for the cyber-library, will these four books be released as an eBook-Edition?
    1) Mrs McVinnie’s London Season
    2) Miss Billings Treads the Boards
    3) With This Ring
    4) Miss Milton Speaks Her Mind
    If so, please let this happy eReader know when! May that it be sooner-than-soon!
    I look forward to hearing from you ~
    Pamela McKenzie

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