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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

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

Lorhainne Eckhart for Lost in Romance

1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? That is a very interesting question. The first novel I wrote was picked up by a publisher, it was a contemporary military romance. My publisher made a lot of changes as they said it read too much like men’s fiction and not enough romance in it. At the time I didn’t wanted to be labelled as just another romance writer. My... read more

Judith Arnold for Lost in Romance

  1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you chosen by it? I’ve always been a writer, but I’d never written–or even read–a romance novel until I became desperate to figure out a way to make money writing fiction, and the literary novels and plays I was writing, while generating praise, weren’t paying the bills. But romance novels were quite popular and selling... read more

Tawny Weber for Lost in Romance!

1) ­­­­­­Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? What a lovely way to phrase it- yes, I suppose I was chosen by romance. It’s always been my favorite genre from my early teens.  I grew up star struck by authors, addicted to the stories and in awe of the worlds they could create. I didn’t actually consider writing until after I’d had my second child, though, when my husband asked... read more

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