New Interview

I was interviewed for Examiner.com about my latest release, upcoming projects and my writing process. You can check out a preview below as well as find a link to the full interview.

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L. Rosario talks about her book “Descent Into Darkness” and the writing process. It’s a “must-read” for any aspiring romance novelist.
Interview by: Buffy Naillon

A week in review

Whew! It’s so hard to believe that a week ago Descent Into Darkness was released! For those of you who have already read it, thank you. For anyone who hasn’t and would like to, you can find purchase links on my website.

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If you have time and inclination, please think about leaving a review. Not for my benefit, though I do enjoy knowing your thoughts, but mostly for those contemplating whether or not they would enjoy Descent Into Darkness. Goodreads and Amazon are good places to leave a review. Here are the links:

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Aside from releasing Descent, I’ve been hard at work on the follow-up story, Chloe’s Surrender. In it, we catch up with Victor nearly 100 yrs after Descent Into Darkness. Needless to say, his life has gone through some changes. I’m enjoying creating the story and I hope, once it’s out there, you enjoy it too. In addition, I’m also mentally plotting a book to follow Chloe’s Surrender. Tentatively titled, Dark Embrace. I think that’s all I will say about that for now 😉

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And don’t forget to pop into this blog for all news and updates! Thank you for your support, as always!

Happy reading and stay vampy! – L

Descent Into Darkness – Inspiration

We authors are a visual lot, and I don’t think I’m alone in saying, it helps fuel the imagination to look at pretty things whilst plotting. Here’s a glimpse at what I used as inspiration for the world of Descent Into Darkness. But do keep in mind, the story is yours once you become the reader. Which means you are free to “see” whatever you desire within the pages of the story.

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