Sunday, September 18, 2016

Author profile: Staci Troilo

It's my pleasure today to profile fellow Rave Reviews Book Club member Staci Troilo. She's a prolific writer as well as an editor, and, unlike many of us, she actually has a degree in this whole writing thing.



The author is a proud Italian-American, and her Medici Protectorate Series brings you paranormal thrills with a taste of Italian heritage.  Her Cathedral Lake Series contains themes of family, tragedy, and redemption.


Her Amazon bio tells us:

"Her fiction combines dark, dangerous heroes and strong, capable heroines woven together into a contemporary tapestry of tantalizing romance. Compelling villains and gripping mysteries engage the reader from page one of her novels and her short stories feature ordinary characters conquering the odds in extraordinary situations."


Sounds fun, don't you think?

If you want to keep up with the latest from this gifted and successful writer,  be sure to check out her blog and follow her on twitter.

23 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this generous spotlight. I really appreciate it!

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  2. This is such a lovely post. Staci, both series sound fascinating. Happy PIF day!
    Thanks for hosting, A.M.! Your support for fellow members is awesome!

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    1. Thanks much for coming by! Happy PIF day!

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    2. Thank you, Natalie. It's been fun going to the different sites and learning about other RRBC members. It's truly been a happy PIF day.

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  4. Great post - and yes the books do sound fun :)

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  5. Hi Staci, good to know you, and congrats on your #RRC PIF outing. :) You've chosen well to join us here, where all you get is support. Enjoy your day.

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  6. Lovely showcase on Staci A.M. Thanks for having us all around today :-)

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  7. So nice to learn more about Staci and her books. Thanks for hosting, Ann Margaret!

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  8. Marvelous post, and this book has been added to my TBR list.It is a pleasure learning more about Staci and her books.

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    1. It was fun for me to do the research. Now I know who to ask for advice. Staci has so much experience! Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Your books sound like my kind of read, Staci. Thanks for hosting on your lovely blog, Ann Margaret.

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  10. This is a wonderful post, Staci. A.M. is a star for featuring you so beautifully. Happy PIF day!

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  11. Lovely showcase for Staci, Ann Maragaret! :-D Hope you both have a great day ;-)

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