I have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. I was the child that would read at night and my parents would yell for me to go to sleep already. I read everything in our home library. I love biographies, historic fiction, romance, detectives, and poems. I enjoy a beautiful string of words it sounds like a beautiful tune of music to my ear.
When my second child was born, my daughter (she is now seven), I nursed her. In between breastfeedings I pumped milk to freeze to preserve it for when I had to go back to work. These pumping sessions would last 20-25 minutes, 2-3 times a day. All I could do was to stare at a TV while feeling only as a milk producing body. So I decided that I will be productive and read instead. I picked up The New York Times best seller list and would download books to my kindle that appealed to me. Some books impressed me, some were underwhelming, and come I questioned for being a bestseller at all. It’s those questionable books that made me think that I could possibly write a better story, the one I would actually enjoy. And so I did.
The first 30,000 words came easily. I didn’t have a plan, but I had the beginning and the end in my head. I knew that I enjoyed intertwined story lines, history, and romance; those are the aspects that drove my story forward. Then life happened. I had another child. I didn’t know anything about publishing, so I put my writing away for a few years.
But my amazing husband kept on nudging me to pursue my writing and after attending an inspiring workshop from a self-published author Eva Lesko Natiello, I completed my first novel Eyes of Amber. Then Spice of Love followed and I am now finishing my third novel that I am hoping to make into a trilogy.
I love writing. It’s a process that is very satisfying, calming, exciting and at times frustrating. Besides writing, there is a lot of editing and marketing (which I knew nothing about). But I truly enjoy creating all of my characters. I draw inspiration from my loved ones, friends, family, and even people that I am not fond of. I cry while writing some scenes, my heart races, I even feel anxiety when my character goes through some struggles.
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"To create, you don't need love or beauty. But to create a work of beauty, you need to love it."
Do you believe in love so strong that it transcends time and generations?
Mila Roth is an eager new physician who thinks she might be luckier in finding Mr. Rightnow instead of Mr. Forever.
Leo Renner is burned out ER doc who is done playing games and wants to find the one.
Their chance encounter arranged by fate itself. A secret connection will be revealed in Mila's grandmother's letters. But an unhinged stalker will stop at nothing to have Leo all to herself.
Will Mila and Leo find their happily ever after or will their love story end as the one in the letters of Mila's grandmother?
Angelina, an aspiring writer and Kai, a handsome doctor spring to action during an inflight medical emergency. Angelina's feelings stir for Kai, her high school crush. But life is complicated, he is moving to Grenada and she is dating a famous novelist. Isn't she?
Gretchen is a single mother with a hot new look and a bold new attitude. She meets widower, Mitchel on the flight to her friend's wedding. But is he ready for romance? And is he the man to show her what it's like to be loved?
This tropical island will wash away what once was for these guests and introduce them to an unexpected spice, but will they like the new flavor of love?
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