Combining her family and work in the medical field, Khalia Moreau created "The Princess of Thornwood Drive".
Maria E. Andreu wanted her book to delve into questions about identity and how we decide to live our lives, so she wrote "Julieta and the Romeos".
Amélie Wen Zhao was inspired by Chinese mythology and history, so she wrote "Song of Silver, Flame Like Night".
Witty conversation and gay romance are what you can find in Eliot Schrefer's "Charming Young Man".
During the pandemic, Lisa Peers wanted to write a story that featured a happy ending and romance. That's how "Love at 350°" came to be.
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