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Zack Love

December 18, 2014

After graduating from Harvard College, where author Zack Love studied literature, psychology, philosophy and film, he relocated to New York City to work as a corporate consultant. In 2013, he published Sex in the Title: a Comedy about Dating, Sex, and Romance in NYC (back when phones weren’t so smart). Zack’s novel about five bachelors who take on Manhattan in pursuit of dates, sex and adventure has been called “The male Sex and the City.”

In the spring of 2014, Zack released his other unpublished works of fiction, including works such as The Doorman, a novelette about tormented love, empty office life, and theological introspection inspired by the tragic events of September 11th, and Central Park Song, a charming screenplay about a chance encounter between two very different individuals and the life-changing romance that follows. All of his short stories and scripts were published together in a 70,000-word collection titled Stories and Scripts: an Anthology. READ MORE

Authors, Poets

Melanie Jane Molloy

November 14, 2014

In her early thirties, author and poet Melanie Jane Molloy trained to be a adult teacher and life coach and, after home-schooling her daughter and helping her achieve her dream of running a business, Molloy decided that it was time for her to pursue her dream as well. She’d long had a passion for writing, having penned her first novel at the age of eleven, and found freelance work as a ghost writer before publishing her first book, Flourish, a collection of poems, affirmations and inspirational quotes. Released in November of 2013, Flourish focuses on creativity, love, confidence and peace, and the quotes and mantras contained with are designed to boost the mood of the reader and guide them in a positive direction.

Molloy’s work has been featured in Greetings UK magazine and showcased at various art exhibitions. She is also the author of Magic in Tuscany, the story of two women whose lives become intertwined in the Tuscan countryside, and she is currently working on another romance novel entitled Under the Tropical Sun. READ MORE


Diana Nixon

November 13, 2014

Author Diana Nixon was born and raised in Minsk, Belarus and, after graduating from Belarusian State University in 2008 and receiving her Master of Law degree a year later, she worked as a lawyer for two years. But when her daughter was born, she left her legal career behind and dedicated her time to being a mother. Along the way, she began writing and in 2012, Nixon published her first novel, Love Lines, an epic tale of paranormal romance.

Nixon has since written three more books in the Love Lines universe, Songs of the Wind, Diamond Sky and The Curse of Blood, and in 2013, she published Hate at First Sight, a story of romance without any supernatural elements, and The Souls of Rain, the first book in her Heavens Trilogy.

To learn more about Nixon and her books, visit her online at READ MORE


Theresa Troutman

October 14, 2014

Romance author Theresa Troutman lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their dog, Niko. A voracious reader with a love of theater and traveling, she published her first novel, My Secret Summer, in October of 2013. Featuring a pair of misfit adolescents who become friends and fall for one another, My Secret Summer is an emotional coming-of-age story about the thrill of forbidden love. Troutman’s second novel, A Special Connection, was released in early 2014 and explores the intimate relationships between three friends.

In April of 2014, Troutman published Life’s What You Make It, the first in her Love’s Great Adventure trilogy. Inspired by Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, which Troutman read when she was 16, the series follows British playboy Sebastian Irons, who struggles to find discipline and purpose after being banished to America by his domineering mother, and his tutor Tess Hamilton. As their once-platonic relationship gradually evolves into something more, together they embark on a journey of passion, introspection and self-discovery. READ MORE


Noël Cades

April 28, 2014

Noël Cades is a writer originally from the UK who now lives in Australia, where she loves the climate but misses Bramley apples and Bonfire Night. Noël writes on the theme of “forbidden romance,” exploring illicit relationships and risky affairs, as well as age-gap relationships.

Noël’s interests include Latin, which she studied at school. She recently translated Vergil’s Aeneid Book III into Anglo Saxon-style alliterative verse, for no real reason other than to see if it could be done. (It could, but not very well).

With a day job, a night job and a family, squeezing in writing time means a lot of late nights, hence the title of Noël’s blog: “Writings at Midnight.”

Her first novel, Forbidden Lessons, was published in April of 2014.

What is it that you find most alluring about student-teacher relationships? READ MORE