Happy Valentine’s Day, two Romance authors talk about writing and love

Today in honor of Valentine’s Day, I am doing very brief interviews with two romance authors.

Welcome back, Melinda Di Lorenzo! Thank you for joining us today. Can you share with us a bit about your experience with either the Romance genre or romance in life?

Melinda: Sure! On writing romance, until about four years ago, I didn’t even realize that I was writing romance! It came as a big surprise to me when I found the common thread in all of my stories – LOVE. I’m a sucker for it. If it makes your heart pound, or makes you sigh a little breathlessly, I’m hooked.

Nia: You definitely have the hang of this genre. I loved Tattoos and Tangles.

Find Melinda on the web here: http://www.melindadilorenzowrites.blogspot.com, on Twitter: @melindawrites and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MelindaDiLorenzo.

Next up we have RoseAnne DeFranco.

RoseAnn DeFranco

I reviewed her book Return to Audubon Springs here. Welcome, RoseAnne! Can you give us a tidbit about romance or Romance from your life?

RoseAnn: Sure! People always ask if the men in the Brothers of Audubon Springs are based on someone I know. While they are not, they all possess some of my husband’s characteristics – a love of nature, fishing and family (See: MAMA’S BOY). Fishing, nature and beach excursions were a large part of how I fell in love with my husband. The series is an expression of that love.

Nia: Thank you, RoseAnn!

Find RoseAnn on the web here: www.radefranco.com, on Twitter: @radefranco, and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/roseanndefrancoauthor

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