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Why I Write Fiction – Hot Off The Press!


So glad I’m able to share the Nancy O Magazine article Why I Write Fiction. It was the first in the “Why I Write” series and the inspiration to explore other writing preferences a little deeper (and play with a few ideas). If you’d like to read the others, find them in previous blog posts: Why I Write Ghosts & Why I Write Romance .

Also, to be clear, my website address is: www.loreleibuckley.com

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Nancy O magazine article


Hello there. I’m Author Lorelei Buckley. This is where you’ll find me when I need a break from writing fiction. I’m not a prolific blogger, but at the very least I’ll try to adhere to once a month postings. I’m new to WordPress, so many of my older Godaddy blogs will eventually be transferred here.

Mainly, I write contemporary, paranormal romance novels. Sensual, modern day ghost stories orchestrated by imperfect people struggling with extrasensory gifts and tripping on the sharp bends in the roads they’re compelled to travel. I like my characters gritty and troubled with plenty of heart and a touch of wonderment. The result of broad experiences, lots of travel, various occupations, and the cultural diversity of growing up in Chicago. Other influential paraphernalia include Alfred Hitchcock, The Twilight Zone, and the adrenaline rush of rollercoasters.

If you’ve found this blog by way of loreleibuckley.com then you’re probably aware of my last novel Direct Strike. If not, be sure to check it out. Direct Strike is a great introduction.

Meanwhile, I’m shopping my next completed manuscript, getting ready for the release of my Midnight Road series, and working on Second Strike, the sequel to Direct Strike (updated 7-20-15).

When I’m not working, I’m just living life…paranormally.