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Author Bio

Lori Sizemore writes sexy and snarky romantic comedy. She adores all things story and geeks out about craft books, writing classes, and how-to blog posts daily.

When she’s not writing, she’s spending time with her family, playing video games, or crocheting. Sometimes all three at once, as she’s a master  multi-tasker.

She loves to read a good book, in any genre, but her favorite is romance. Find her online blogging or on social media through her website,


Email: lori (at) lorisizemore (dot) com

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Author Pictures

Available online:


Infamous (The Wild Rose Press, 2016)

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Exactly Like You (After Glows Publishing, 2017)

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Interview Q&A:

Do your characters seem to hijack the story or do you feel like you have the reigns of the story?

Both, I think. I go into a story with full character interviews and information sheets and a complete outline. That said, my characters often take me on detours. As long as I see the outline as a map, with certain road stops I need to make (turning points) then I can follow them when they decide to take a side road. Eventually, we’ll end up at our destination and the story is richer because the characters get to drive the plot.

Do you have any hidden or uncommon talents?

I have this horrible but handy talent of being able to insult someone without them realizing they’ve been insulted. It’s like a terrible superpower I don’t bring it out very often. I like to think people walk away thinking, “Did she just insult me or am I crazy?” The answer is, “Yes, to both.”

It comes down to my mantra of life, to stay above the drama and be true to myself: stay classy.

Do consider yourself to be a successful writer? If so, why?

Yes! I write every day, regardless of what I have going on or how I feel. I usually also edit, critique other’s work in exchange for critiques of my own work, and do marketing tasks. I treat writing as my full-time job. There’s a common saying in our field: writer’s write. That’s how I measure my success.

I can’t control how many books I sell or whether everyone will love what I write. I can show up to write every day, try to output quality writing, and stay true to who I am as a writer.