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YA fantasy romance Author Lorraine Ambers

Introverted, creative and above all else a dreamer.

I’m a writer of YA fantasy romance series. My debut novel is currently in submission so I’m cracking on with the second book of the Shadow Knight series. I love reading paranormal romance and other authors with in my genre that write with a thriller twist. My home and heart belong in Wales. I live in a pretty coastal town within Cardigan Bay with beaches at my fingertips. It’s a peaceful place to raise my two children and run the family business.

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  1. Thanks for following my blog, Lorraine, which is much appreciated.
    I have happy memories of Cardigan Bay, and hope that you didn’t get caught in the recent winds! Good luck with your blogging journey.
    Best wishes from Norfolk, Pete.

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  2. Hello Lorraine!
    Thank you for dropping by. I’m so jealous right now! The beach is definitely my go-to every summer. I am also a bookwork myself, looking forward to reading your posts! Have a great day!


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  3. Lorraine, thank you for stopping by Puddletown Reviews recently. I always enjoy meeting new visitors. I was especially pleased when I read you live in Wales. My first “boss” was a fine Welsh gentleman who had come to America to get his college degree and went on to get his doctorate in anatomy. I worked for him quite some time at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. A delightful, fully of practical jokes kind of fellow, I really enjoyed his stories of growing up in Wales. And I love the name Cardigan Bay. There has to be a book centered around that bay!

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    1. Thanks to you too. Your first boss sounds delightful. I’m sure there are many books about Cardigan bay, it’s a vast area. I look forward to stopping by your blog and reading your posts.


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