Join us in welcoming authors Laura Piper Lee, Nisha Sharma, Eric Smith & Rosie Danan as they discuss their books during our RomCom Author Panel at The Doylestown Bookshop on Wednesday, February 28th, 2024, at 6:00 PM.
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About the Authors:
Laura Piper Lee has wanted to be an author since she was a kid. Well, she first wanted to be a mermaid, but that didn’t work out. Luckily little Laura never got her hands on what adult Laura writes. Then again, it’s not like the ratty old V.C. Andrews novels she found under her big sister’s bed were any better.
Unlike V.C. Andrews, Laura Piper Lee writes adult romantic comedies with zero incest and/or children locked in attics. She enjoys making people laugh, flirting, and not exercising, so spending an inordinate amount of time writing romantic comedies is pretty much a perfect career choice for her. She loves nothing better than a perfectly ripe mango.
Nisha Sharma is the author of the contemporary YA novels My So-Called Bollywood Life (a Kirkus starred review, NPR Best Book of 2018, and RITA Award Winner for Best Young Adult Romance) and Radha and Jai's Recipe for Romance. She is also the author of The Singh Family trilogy (contemporary adult romance) and the rom-com series If Shakespeare Was an Aunty. You can find her online at nisha-sharma.com. She's also on Twitter and Instagram at @nishawrites. Nisha and her family live in Pennsylvania.
Eric Smith is a Young Adult author and literary agent with P.S. Literary living in Philadelphia. He’s worked with New York Times bestselling and award-winning authors across genres and categories.
In his author life, his latest book, With or Without You, is due out with Inkyard Press this November, and is available for preorder now.
His other books include You Can Go Your Own Way (Inkyard Press), Don’t Read the Comments (YALSA 2021 Best Fiction for Young Adults selection), the contemporary fantasy novel The Girl and the Grove (Flux), and the IndieBound bestseller The Geek’s Guide to Dating (Quirk).
A fan of collaborating, he’s also worked on two acclaimed Candlewick anthologies with award-winning author Lauren Gibaldi, Battle of the Bands (a Bank Street Best Book and Read Across America selection) and First-Year Orientation. His collaboration with Alanis Morissette, Academy award-winner Diablo Cody, and Glen Ballard, Jagged Little Pill: The Novel (Abrams) is an adaptation of the Grammy and Tony award winning musical.
He has short stories and essays in the anthologies Color Outside the Lines by Sangu Mandanna (Soho Teen), Body Talk by Kelly Jensen (Algonquin), Allies by Dana Alison Levy and Shakirah Bourne (DK), All Signs Point to Yes by Candice Montgomery, cara davis-araux, and Adrianne Russell (Inkyard), Boundless by Ismée Williams and Rebecca Balcárcel (Inkyard), When We Become Ours by Nicole Chung and Shannon Gibney (Harper), and RELIT by Sandra Proudman (Inkyard).
Rosie Danan is the award-winning, bestselling author of The Roommate and The Intimacy Experiment. The New York Times describes her work as "warmly funny and gorgeously sexy," and a film adaptation of The Roommate is currently in development from Anton Studios. When not writing, Rosie enjoys jogging slowly to fast music, petting other people’s dogs, and competing against herself in rounds of Chopped using the miscellaneous ingredients occupying her fridge. Like so many of her favorite romance protagonists, she resides in London.
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