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All authors on this page, write romance, but they may also write in other genres as well. Choose the book you like based on the cover and/or Author information provided under each author's name.
Hello! My name is Dawn Corbett; I'm currently an author, writer, mother, Grammy, an elementary teacher, and CEO of Laotong Publishing LLC. I enjoy reading, writing, teaching, and spending time with my family and friends. I have 3 wonderful children and 7 even more wonderful grandchildren. They are the light of my life and the reason why my TWEENS! Bully No More series has a special place in my heart. They are the inspiration behind my characters. I am a creative writer. I bring vivid imagery to the minds of my readers. Fans of my work are of a large variety of ages and mindsets. I love bringing my readers into the depths of my imagination. My passion lies in bringing many genres to life with multiple extended stories, novels, and short stories. As I introduce my creative words to the world, I plan to entertain my readers for a very long time. Dawn writes more than romance. All of her books are listed below.
Explore where only the mind can reach! A.R. Grosjean is an author of Fantasy, Romance, Mystery, Paranormal, Thriller, Science Fiction, and beyond. With A.R. Grosjean (aka Amber), there's an adventure waiting to be explored. The sky is the limit--it's where Amber resides! View her books and find your next adventure! Amber began her life's journey in a small farm community where she was bullied by her peers and family members. By the age of ten, she was ready to give up and attempted suicide. A year later, she discovered writing and the world she could create with her words. She was already a storyteller at heart. Since finding herself, she was able to turn her focus on healing and acceptance. She found where she belonged. Amber continues writing, creating new places to explore, and wants you to explore with her. Amber lives in Fort Wayne with her husband of more than twenty-five years. She has released more than twenty books and continues to write. Her books have something different, making her unique in her own right. Visit her website for more information. Amber believes that dreams can truly come true. Don't give up. You can also sign up for her bi-weekly newsletter for updates, events, special news, and to learn about Amber and other writers as she supports other Indie Authors.
Elizabeth Anne Porter
My life (and consequently, most information about me) is very boring. So, instead of boring you with the details of my life, I've transferred my webpage Q&A to this space. Enjoy! Q. How are you inspired? A. Honestly? They (the characters) are in my head and have always been there. They drive me crazy until I push back by writing it down. Then (sometimes) they leave me alone for a while. Some are more adamant than others. Some sit quietly in the background and wait patiently for my attention. Q. Are you crazy? A. I've been called worse. All of her books are listed below.
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Amanda V. Shane
Amanda is a Colorado native and fully admits to being a library dork growing up. To this day, she loves the smell of book paper on an almost fetish level (okay, maybe not, but that gives you a peek into the dark and twisted mind of this author). One of her first book romances came at the age of nine when, in a far back aisle, she found the story of King Arthur and was entranced by the blood purple canvas cover with gold leafing (she likes shiny things.) Since then, she’s been hooked on stories with magic, mythical beings, daring heroes, and, of course, desperate romance. She started writing at a very young age, but somewhere along the line, she left the creation of tales on the page for those on the stage and enjoyed a short career as a professional ballet dancer and an even longer one as a dance instructor and youth company director/choreographer. Nowadays, she is happy to be bringing fantasy and romance together in the written form again and has had a wonderful time writing about some of the more obscure characters from the world’s most renowned story ballets such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. You can read these timeless romances in her Enchanted Lands novels. She writes paranormal and fantasy romance from her home where she lives with her family and a Basset hound that she routinely has to fight for the “soft” end of the couch to set up with her laptop. She likes chocolate, wine, coffee, and kids, in no particular order. Visit Amanda on her website at www.amandavshane.com and join her mailing list for book news, upcoming events, and other fun! Receive Pearl of the Moon in return. All of her books are listed below.
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Ivan Scott has lived in Atlanta for over 30 years. He is married to a Genuine Ginger, so having a redhead protagonist is a must. He lives with his beautifully saucy wife, two troublemaking kids, and a Rat Terrier named Beesley in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs. He is a die-hard Detroit Lions fan (Yes, one of the few remaining), and like Billy from Redhead in a Blue Convertible, he has a huge collection of the three B's: Bourbon, Bow-ties, and of course, Books! He has Dyslexia, but instead of looking at it as a challenge, he sees it as an advantage since it helps with creativity and helps to look at writing a story in many different ways. He hopes his example will help others with challenges follow their passion and make their dreams a reality.
Sophia Sinclair grew up in a town so small (pop. 170!) that the little town of Fairview where this series is set seems like the big city to her. For many years, she was the editor of a small town's daily newspaper, so she understands the rhythms of small-town life. When she started writing romances, she decided to set them all in a small town called Fairview. If you're from a small town, you'll feel like you've been there. If you're from a larger city, don't be surprised if you start yearning for small-town life. It's often said that in a small town, everybody knows everyone else's business, but the truth is, there are still a lot of secrets in small towns! She is married to a European man, has two grown children, and two lovely grandbabies she spoils to death. There's a little bit of Sophia in every one of her books. Molly is a librarian who wears plain dark dresses and looks very conservative but often wears racy underwear under that plain black dress. Sophia dresses the same. Lori likes to have a good time and always has lots of boyfriends before meeting the love of her life. Sophia will take the Fifth on that one. Catarina has a German poem on her bedroom wall; Sophia has the first two lines of that same poem tattooed on her upper thigh, in German. (It's Rilke, and the first two lines translate to: "You see, I want a lot. Perhaps I want everything." As for Julie in Perfect Fit, Sophia is mad about all aspects of pregnancy, breastfeeding, childbirth, and babies. She attended many of her friend's births, taught breastfeeding to WIC moms as a volunteer, started a business that handled pumps, bras, slings, etc., and gave very serious thought to working as a lactation consultant, doula or midwife once the newspaper industry died. Instead, she started writing these romance novels, and she very, very much hopes you'll enjoy them. She also writes for Curvicality.com, an online women's lifestyle magazine aimed at plus-size women. That's why Julie in Perfect Fit is plus-sized. She wanted to show that love is for everyone; not just the thinner ladies.
ABOUT ME: The books I write are Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, and Time Travel Romance. I am a native Southern Californian who transplanted to Southwestern Pennsylvania. I've been married for 20+ years. My husband and I have 3 kids and 3 grandkids. When I'm not writing, you will find me reading or working at a local non-profit. I love the outdoors and miss the beach. I currently have 10 books available, Changing Lives, Freeing Lost Souls, Past, Present, and Future, Lost & Found, Forever Yours, Raise The Jolly Roger, Saving Maggie, Letting Go of the Past, Haunted By the Past, and Dugout Fantasy. Sign up for my newsletter below to stay up to date with my new releases and what book signings I'll be at.
Beth Linton is the author of The Guardians’ Trust series – fantasy paranormal romance novels that feature passion, adventure, and shapeshifters. She wrote her first novel aged eight on her mother’s old typewriter. The (very badly written) novel is now lost in an attic but the dream of being a writer and having a book cover remained. As the years passed she devoured books hungrily. With the everyday demands of motherhood, work and daily life, she discovered the pleasure a good romance can bring… and, even better, the escape and passion a great fantasy paranormal romance offers – and so turned her hand to writing them. Beth Linton lives in North Wales, UK. Beth is often found with her laptop on her lap absorbed with her characters as her son happily plays Lego, her jungle of houseplants grows and wild birds visit her bird feeders as her husband weeds the vegetable patch. Beth was recently featured in the University of Chester’s Author’s Corner, 2020. Beth Linton and The Guardians’ Trust series has been featured by Paranormal Tendencies, That’s What I’m Talking About, But First Let’s Read, N. N. Lights Book Heaven, Long and Short Reviews and Uncaged Magazine.
Linda Rettstatt began her writing career at the tender age of 18 while working as a classified ad clerk for her hometown newspaper. She covered the local community theater stories no one else wanted to cover, and she did so with enthusiasm, insisting upon a by line. Rettstatt’s creative nature steered her into a career as a semi-professional folk musician for a number of years. Finally, in 2002, she sat at a computer determined to find out if she could write a novel. That novel and three more were contracted by a small press. She moved from small press publishing to self-publishing in 2014 and has forty+ novels and novellas and several short stories in her bibliography. Six of her novels were finalists for the prestigious EPIC eBook Award, and two novels, Love, Sam and Ladies in Waiting, won the award in 2012 and 2016 respectively. In April of 2021, Linda retired from her social work position in NW Mississippi and relocated back to her home state of Pennsylvania where she continues to write and to offer services as an editor and writing consultant.