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10/25/2018 – A small step for humanity, a huge milestone for me 🏆

A little over a year ago, the seed of what seemed like a crazy dream took root in my mind and heart: to become a USA Today bestselling author. Not only that, but I realized that if I made it, I would be the first Romanian in history to achieve this prestigious title. Since that … Continue reading 10/25/2018 – A small step for humanity, a huge milestone for me 🏆

Let’s give thanks and gifts today! 🎁

Hi everyone! To those of you who are in the US, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and I hope y’all make the best of today. I think it’s wonderful to have a holiday for celebrating what we are thankful for, and I’ve thought a lot about where my gratitude lies. 2020 has been a rough … Continue reading Let’s give thanks and gifts today! 🎁

My Top 5 Best Movie Kisses 💋

Hi everyone! I hope your week is going well, although that's more and more difficult to say these days. Since I figured we all need a break from news and politics, today I want to share with you my favorite kissing scenes in movies. It was very difficult to make a Top 5 because I … Continue reading My Top 5 Best Movie Kisses 💋

Unabridged audiobook? Here you go!

Now a very popular format, ten years ago audiobooks were still making a shy debut – just when I needed them most. Reading has always been my biggest hobby, but as I worked in an office all day with my eyes fixed on a computer screen, traditional reading became impossible. My eyes got tired easier, … Continue reading Unabridged audiobook? Here you go!

¡Feliz Día Internacional del Idioma Español!

Para celebrar el Día Internacional del Idioma Español, ¡aquí hay un extracto de FAMA! Kendra acaba de enterarse por su madre de que su aventura con un actor famoso está en todos los periódicos. 😱🤭 "—Supongo que todavía no has leído la prensa. Hay fotografías de ese actor, Blake Tyler, y de ti en todos lados. … Continue reading ¡Feliz Día Internacional del Idioma Español!

Fourteen years and a pandemic later…

It is my firm belief that all great love stories start with a spark of madness. I know mine did. My relationship with my husband was like a volcano – for years it burned so slowly and silently no one knew it was there, until one day when it erupted and the hot lava consumed … Continue reading Fourteen years and a pandemic later…

THE JOB BLOWER featured on @EzvidWiki: Witty Romance Novels With Sharp Dialogue And Clever Characters

Hi everyone! I'm sure most of you are on holiday this time of year, and probably don't have constant internet connection. At least this was my case, and it was completely worth it, because today when I finally got around to checking my emails, I had a huge surprise: I've learned that my book, The … Continue reading THE JOB BLOWER featured on @EzvidWiki: Witty Romance Novels With Sharp Dialogue And Clever Characters

My career in a single chart 📈

They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. It's been more than six years since I took that first step and set off to be a writer, armed with nothing but thousands of books read and a vague dream I didn't dare hope would come true. Unlike many writers who … Continue reading My career in a single chart 📈

“Love, Christmas 2” made it to the Best Movies eBooks of All Time! @BookAuthority

Holy Moly, I've been off Twitter for a couple of days and here's what I missed: the anthology Love, Christmas 2 - Movies You Love (The Holiday Series Book 2) published by our group, Authors' Billboard, made it to BookAuthority's Best Movies eBooks of All Time: https://bookauthority.org/books/best-movies-ebooks?t=izqov2&s=award&book=B07G4K5YR2 BookAuthority is the world's leading website for nonfiction book … Continue reading “Love, Christmas 2” made it to the Best Movies eBooks of All Time! @BookAuthority

Is it worth admitting you made a mistake and trying to fix it?

Have you ever noticed most people are far quicker to criticize than to praise? I know it’s probably human nature, I even do it myself sometimes without wanting to, but since I was subjected to this treatment more than the average person, I learned not to be so quick to judge. I became a writer … Continue reading Is it worth admitting you made a mistake and trying to fix it?