Focus on Fantasy Romance is a weekly podcast via Google Hangouts where we discuss books, genre, industry, and our geeky lives.
Elle has been writing fantasy and science fiction romance for years and an avid participant in the NaNoWriMo. Her first novel, Stealing the Wolf Prince, is a 2016 RONE Award Winner for Best Fantasy Sci-fi Novel.
Elle is happily married to a martial arts instructor. She’s also the mother of two small boys and is constantly talking her husband out of adopting a new pet. She knits and stamps in her spare time as well as feeds a latte addiction.
Find out more at http://elleclouse.com
AR DeClerck is a harried madwoman with one good eye, a limp, and nineteen kids. Ok, ok, she squints often, limps occasionally and she has two daughters. But the harried madwoman part stands!
AR writes adventure romance, and when her characters fall in love they fall hard. She believes that LOVE is the greatest adventure of all, and she wants her readers to remember the rush that comes with falling in love. When she’s not writing steampunk, sci-fi and fantasy she’s watching TV, listening to music or binging on Netflix shows. AR reads, A LOT, and she’s always hungry for the next great love story.
Ishabelle Torry resides in Missouri, in a little town no one has ever heard of, and holds an Associate Degree in General Studies from Columbia College. She is currently in the process of earning a BA in History.
As a mother to 10 children (3 girls, 7 boys), and 7 furbabies in total, she doesn’t often find a lot of free time between home, school, and work on the farm. But whenever the opportunity presents itself, you can find Ishabelle typing away at her newest story.
Aside from writing, Ishabelle is passionate about animals, and makes it a point to visit the local animal shelter, where she spends time and gives loving to the endless numbers of rescue animals awaiting their forever homes.
Visit her blog: http://ishabelletorry.wixsite.com/website
Paulina is a small town girl with big dreams. She is the second oldest of three talented siblings. As early as three she was directing her family around acting out whatever current story was in her head. At four between her older brother and her, a whole universe was created which the younger siblings were introduced into as they were born. Her natural ability to tell a story took her down many paths. She wrote plays, poems, small children books and short stories all before she went to high school. When picking a career her councilor told her writing was a dying art and so she went to school for veterinarian science. Three years later she dropped out of university and went to a community college, picking up journalism like a pro. In 2008 she graduated with her BA in Communication/Journalism from Cal State Fullerton. Life got in the way but in 2013 she started a review blog and in 2014 she just released her first book.
Visit her website: http://www.paulinawoods.com/