L.G. O’Connor is a member of the Romance Writers of America. A corporate strategy and marketing executive for a Fortune 250 company, she writes adult paranormal and contemporary romance. She is the author of the four-book, one-novella urban fantasy / paranormal romance series The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles. The third full length novel launches in 2017. In addition, she is the author of the upcoming Romantic Women’s Fiction / New Adult Caught Up in Love series. L.G. lives a life of adventure, navigating her way through dog toys and soccer balls. When she’s feeling particularly brave, she enters the kitchen . . .
Represented by April Eberhardt Literary
Now, a word from L.G.
Hey there! Welcome to my website and my blog, Creating the WRITE Reality!
I had never planned to be a writer. As a matter of fact, if anyone told my younger self that I would someday put pen to paper, I would show them my high school SAT scores in English. I would explain that I purposely took calculus to avoid a class requiring written essays. Surely, they had me confused with someone else. Yet here I am…
I’ve been a voracious reader my entire life. Since 2008, I’ve consumed over 400+ Young Adult and Adult books in Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, and other miscellaneous genres. Nothing gets me going more than a good book. Then it struck me. I woke up one day in the winter of 2009 and decided to write a book that I wanted to read—scratch that, a series I wanted to read. And the Angelorum Twelve Chronicles were born.
Since then, I have ventured into Contemporary Romance and New Adult, and the Caught Up In Love series came to be. For more info, check out the tab just marked “BOOKS” for release schedules. The first book in the series, Caught Up In RAINE, hit the market on April 18, 2016!
Since 2010, I’ve learned a ton about writing and the industry. But the more I learn, the more I realize there’s so much more to learn. My three objectives remain: strengthening my bond to readers and other authors; continuing to learn about the publishing industry; and improving my craft as a published author.
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