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When asked why
she chose the years of WWII as a setting for her novels, Ms. Grant says,
“What better characters for a romance than those from the Greatest
Generation and in a setting considered the Last Great Romantic Era?” Ms.
Grant said she felt an overwhelming compassion to give these inspiring
heroes and heroines a well deserved place in the romance genre. After two
years of false starts, blank
pages and hours of research, Ms. Grant’s debut novel, A PAIR OF WINGS, is
the resulting labor of love.
At a very early age, Ms. Grant discovered the quintessential heroes and
heroines of those old black and white movies, and nothing has been the same
since. As she got older, she discovered two new loves—history and the
romance novel. Six years ago, she aspired to tell her own stories and set
out to become published. Lorna currently calls Southern Nevada
home, where she resides with her family. Lorna is already
hard at work on her next WWII romance, Kiss Me Once Again, between a
spoiled Hollywood starlet and a grounded B-17 pilot - one's a spy and the
other is out to catch them. When not writing, Lorna can be found
curled up with a book by one of her many favorite authors.
Before writing A PAIR OF WINGS, Ms. Grant’s short story, "The 'Muse'-ings of
an Author's Cat", was accepted for publication in the anthology CRUMBS IN
THE KEYBOARD. Released April 2002 from Echelon Press, benefits from CRUMBS
went to the Center for Women and Families, located in Louisville, KY.
“Musings” is a story told from her cat’s point of view and how the feline
believes to be the “true” Muse. “The idea to write from Socks’ point of
view came to me as she pawed through my research notes as I sat and stared
at a blank screen,” she says when asked about the unique story.
Grant decided to help raise funds for the America’s 20th Century
Veterans’ Memorial in
North Platte, NE with LET US NOT FORGET, published in 2002 from
iUniverse. A total of fifty-seven veterans and writers gave a piece
of themselves for this tribute, including two former US Senators and
veterans: Bob Dole, who wrote the Foreword, and Bob Kerry, who contributed
the Introduction. “It was an honor to work not only with Senators Dole and
Kerry, but so many other wonderful veterans, both men and women.”
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