Author Archives: ltorossian

Mom

  Aghchiges, galeeses? A beautiful light in this world has been snuffed out, replaced by a brand new bright star in the heavens. My mother, my soul, was ripped out of our lives yesterday and it’s hard to breathe. Words … Continue reading

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YARWA Finalist!

  I’m very excited that my novel, Seabreather, made finals in this year’s YARWA contest – in the speculative fiction category. Fingers crossed! 🙂 2016-rosemary-finalists

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Liz Coley’s Guest Post About Her New Series, Tor Maddox

My friend, Liz Coley, author of Pretty Girl-13, has launched a new series, Tor Maddox: Unleashed, the first in a series about a girl investigating the mysterious and deadly new flu being spread by dogs. Here’s a brief synopsis about … Continue reading

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“My Writing Process” Blog Tour

I’ve joined a blog tour! In this blog relay, an author discusses their writing process and passes the baton to other authors. Last week, my talented writer friend, Liz Coley, author of Pretty Girl-13, passed the baton to me. Check … Continue reading

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Critique Group Wisdom for Writers

If you’re serious about writing, it’s important to surround yourself with a small community of supportive writers. For many years, I’ve been participated in critique groups, some online and a few in person. I’ve had the pleasure of working with … Continue reading

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My guest post on the Writer’s Digest GLA Blog

Here’s my guest post on how I landed an agent on the Writer’s Digest Guide to Literary Agents Blog: http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/how-i-got-my-agent-loretta-torossian#comments  Thank you, Chuck Sambuchino, for the opportunity to tell my story! 🙂

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Edo’s Eulogy

My dearest brother Edo, My first memories of you are crystal clear. I’m five and you’re twenty. My tiny hand is in your big, warm one, as you take me on the trolleybus in Armenia to visit your friend. Ticket … Continue reading

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