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Addison Moore for Lost in Romance

by Louisa Klein

1)      Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it?
I could give all sorts of safe answers but the truth is it suites my hypersexual nature. Lol! No matter what I’ve tried to write it’s always had a strong romantic element. I think love is what makes the world go around. It certainly fuels my fantasies. 😉
2) Is there a romance author, living or dead, who inspires you particularly?
Not any single one but I’ve read so many in all sorts of subcategories. To me the story needs to breath and the characters need to feel alive. I want to feel all of their angst! I’m okay with love triangles, as evidenced by my own books, and I always love a happy ending!
3) Please, tell us about your latest book and, if you can, about your future projects.
I’m wrapping up my Celestra series which is a young adult fantasy about a girl who discovers she’s an angel. I also just put out a New Adult Contemporary novel in December called, Someone to Love. If you’re looking for a fun college romance that’s pretty lighthearted, it’s the one for you!

4) How was your writing journey? Was it difficult to find an agent and get published?
It’s always a test of patience and endurance. For me writing is the dream, so anytime I get a chance to hit the keyboard, it’s all about fun. It never feels like work. I think that’s the magic of getting to do what you love. I had an agent before I decided to go the indie route and lucky for me she still  represents me. It’s been a learning experience for the both of us. The reason I decided to self-publish even though I had an agent was because I loved the freedom it was going to afford, and I
was right. It’s nice to be right once in a while, or in my case, at least once.
5) What’s your opinion about this Ebook revolution?
I think e-books are a great way to devour books without having to empty your bank accounts or find storage space for all those new novels. E-books are priced a little more aggressively than paper books and some venues such as Amazon offer a fair portion of books for free. What’s better than free?
As for the indie route, I do say as in all things, enter with caution. Really try to evaluate the best possible road for your personal career. I don’t think it’s one or the other. I do believe a writer could choose both. Here’s a book written by my agent on just this topic. I think it’s fair and balanced and can really help guide someone who’s unsure of which road to take. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B4JRNN8
6) Nowadays many publishers expect their authors to use Social media a lot to promote their books. Many authors, on the other hand, would prefer to write only, without being distracted by digital trivialities: what are your thoughts?
I think as a writer you do need to make a presence known but it shouldn’t be overwhelming. Only do what you’re comfortable
with. Writing is the only important task that must be done. I suggest a blog or website in the least. Consider an author Facebook page as well. Twitter canround things out, but you can hook your twitter feed to show your Facebook posts so it eliminates having to post twice. And of course, Amazon offers each author their own page with their Author Central feature. It only benefits an author to do as much as he/she can and wants to do.
Info about the author:
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Lover of all things chocolate.Writes both traditional and paranormal romance. Often fueled by Dr. Pepper.
To know more, please visit her website: http://addisonmoorewrites.blogspot.it
To buy her latest book, simply click on the cover below:


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