Publisher’s Weekly Article: “It Takes a Family to Support a Romance: PW Talks with Priscilla Oliveras”
I had the pleasure of chatting with Victoria McManus from Publishers Weekly a little while ago via phone. We spent some time talking and laughing as she asked questions and I tried to answer without being too nervous.
Let’s say, she’s a great journalist who definitely knows how to put someone at ease, and I’m super pleased that PW gave me the opportunity to share a little about myself, my writing, and my Matched to Perfection series with Kensington Books.
Click here for the full interview, and stay on the lookout for Their Perfect Melody, book 3 in the series, set to release on November 27!
The chicas of 4 Chicas Chat– Mia Sosa, Alexis Daria, Sabrina Sol, and I– had a chance to meet with Maureen Lee Lenker from Entertainment Weekly during the RWA® National conference in Denver.
It was a lively conversation filled with laughter, insight, and the truth about how and why we came together.
Click here for the full interview, “Four Latinx Authors Have Formed the ‘4 Chicas Chat‘ to Celebrate Own Voices and Happily-Ever-Afters”!
Thanks to The Sydney Morning Herald for helping to spread awareness for the importance and value of expanding diversity in publishing by publishing Alexandra Alter’s September 2, 2018, article “The Slow Move for Diversity in Romance.” Alter’s work highlights a wide range of authors striving to help diversify our romance genre–Sonali Dev, Alisha Rai, Helen Hoang, Uzma Jalaluddin, Jeannie Lin, Ruby Lang, Courtney Milan, Nalini Singh, Jasmine Guilleroy, and me–as well as Bea and Leah Koch, owners of The Ripped Bodice, a romance-only bookstore in LA.
For the full article, click the link below:
I had a whirlwind experience at RWA National in Denver last week that wrapped up with the Readers 4 Life Literacy Signing on Saturday where I signed copies of HIS PERFECT PARTNER and HER PERFECT AFFAIR.
Just before the event I spoke with Chaney Skilling from the Denver Post, who was working on a article about Romance Writers of America and the annual book signing that raises funds for ProLiteracy.
She touched on the organization’s efforts toward diversity & inclusion, efforts I’m proud and blessed to participate in. We have a long way to go, as an organization and an industry, but together we can ensure that all romance authors have a voice.
Here’s the link to Chaney’s article: