About the author:
Since she was little she has dedicated herself to art. She started painting at 4 years old and at 6 she exhibited her first work publicly.
At the age of 14 she published her blog "Magical Manuscripts" in which she addresses different topics related to the human experience, part of her personal brand "Magical Maneuvers". At the age of 19 she published her first book, a romantic novel called "Roma Enamorada" which is available on Amazon.
She also has an active YouTube channel where she uploads content related to cultural events, interviews, covers and original songs.
She is currently pursuing two professional careers "Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation" and "Psychology." In addition, she is in an Actoral Training school, studying Performing Arts.
What inspires you to write romantic fiction?
I am inspired by life itself, my imagination and my internal world. Love is a very present subject, but also very complex. It really colors the human experience, and the mental processes of the individual.
Tell us about how you write.
I always try to write authentically, because I believe that the reader deserves the best, and that is the truth. I have a tea with milk, maybe some cookies, and I begin to write my ideas, without letting them pass. I delve into those ideas, and that. it gives me the opportunity to learn more about myself and my history.
Do you listen to or talk to to your characters?
Of course, especially when I write dialogues. I imagine what one of my characters would say, in the face of a situation presented in the story. Or what they would think. I even represent them, to feel more sure of the attitude and gestures that a character takes.
What advice would you give other romance writers?
I would tell them to let themselves be carried away by different perspectives, not just one. That when they write, they live love and make it grow in their work. Love is much of what the world needs right now.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
When I finished it, I decided to share it with the world, because I knew that I wanted to carry a message of love, hope and magic. In the context of the pandemic, I felt that many young people and adults needed it.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think it is up to us as individuals, to fulfill the responsibility of doing quality work, and as readers, to give the opportunity to new works, which can captivate our minds.
Which romance sub-genere(s) fit your stories best?
My books are available in the following formats: