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Carla Sarett for Lost in Romance!

1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? Well, I wake up with a story in my head, and I take it from there, so I suppose romance chose me.  I love old Hollywood movies, and I wanted to capture some of that charm and wit in a modern way.   But romance can be anything — a mystery, a comedy, a metaphysical journey.   2) Please, tell us about your last book and,... read more

Ashlyn Macanamara for Lost in Romance!

1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? This is a chicken-and-egg situation, so I’m not sure if I can pinpoint which came first. I am a long-time reader of romance, though. Even when I wasn’t reading genre romance, I loved books that highlighted burgeoning relationships and that tension—that feeling of will they or won’t they. When I decided to try my hand at... read more

David Russell for Lost in Romance

1.Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it?  .I was catalysed into trying it out because of a friend’s attempts in that direction. It then took hold 2.Is there a romance author, living or dead, who inspires you particularly?  Anais Nin 3.Please, tell us about your last book and, if you can, about your future projects. My last publication was ‘My Dream of... read more

Blogger Naida Milenkovic for Lost in Romance

And here’s another insightful guest post, this time by Naida Milenkovic of “The Bookworm” (http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/). You might already know her, since her blog is super-popular. If you don’t, just be ashamed of yourself and go check her website NOW!!!:)     Romance is one of my favorite genres for several reasons. A well written romance novel can break my heart, but in a good way. I... read more

An interview with Lauren Baratz-Logsted for Lost in Romance

  1. Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I started my career as a published writer 22 books ago with a dark comedy called THE THIN PINK LINE, about a woman who fakes an entire pregnancy. While my earlier comedic novels for adults and some of my writing for teens – both comedies and dramas – contain strong romantic storylines, THE BRO-MAGNET is the... read more

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