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Elena Aitken for Lost in Romance!

  1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I originally started writing women’s fiction, but all my books had a romantic angle. Eventually, I tried my hand at a ‘sweet romance’ and fell in love with the genre. Ultimately, I want to tell a story that allows readers escape and I think romance does that the best. 2) Is there a romance author, living or dead, who... read more

Barbara Alfaro for Lost in Romance

  SIMPLY DO NOT MISS THIS BOOK! Barbara Alfaro is one of the first authors to be hosted on Lost in Fiction when we started, in 2010. In my humble opinion, she is one of the gifted living American poets. She has recently wrote a book of memoirs who are moving, intersting and funny. Really, do not miss it. Here’s for you an excerpt  from Mirror Talk by Barbara Alfaro, winner of the 2012 IndieReader... read more

Carla Sarett for Lost in Romance

Enjoy this beautiful short story by Carla Sarett, an exclusive for Lost in Romance! The Rabbi’s Lesson Carla Sarett Rabbi Lev Singer was a young man, only recently married and not that happily. But as he addressed his Marriage Preparation Course, he put his own domestic woes aside.  Today he had thought of an inventive, even amusing, game to complete the term. “Marriage is a special thing,” he... read more

Diana Dempsey for Lost in Romance

1)  Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? Choosing to write stories about women’s lives – with romance as a central element – never required much thought for me.  It was the most natural thing in the world. Another genre I find deeply appealing is mystery.  I love a good mystery (which is why I write those, too).   Much as I enjoy a strong romantic storyline, both as a writer... read more

Kalypso Masters for Lost in Romance

1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? Since a teenager, Romance has been my favorite genre to read–and to write. While I enjoy to writing realistic Romances, and certainly have no problem seeing my characters go to hell and back as they work on real-life problems, I need the assurance that there will be a happy ending. As I tell my readers, with my books... read more

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