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Laine Faro

Laine Faro
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    Contemporary Romance Romance
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 19 May
  • Member Since: May 2016
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BIOGRAPHY

At the age of 4, Laine was adopted with her 2 brothers. She was raised in an Italian family with a total of 5 older brothers. She married young into the military. Cannoli for the Cop Next Door, brings her real life to print with law enforcement as a lead role. Her Italian traditions and values are present throughout her debut book. Her motto is Music inspires her, cooking excites her and nature soothes her.

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My Perfect Love: Corsco Family Series Book 3by Laine FaroPublish: Oct 23, 2018Series: Corsco Family SeriesContemporary Romance
All Sizes Vet Clinic: Corsco Family Series 2
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All Sizes Vet Clinic: Corsco Family Series 2by Laine FaroSeries: Corsco Family SeriesContemporary Romance
Cannoli for the Cop Next Door: Corsco Family Series Book 1
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Cannoli for the Cop Next Door: Corsco Family Series Book 1by Laine FaroPublish: Feb 13, 2019Series: Corsco Family SeriesContemporary Romance

Laine Faro's Series in Order

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  • Corsco Family Series

    Cannoli for the Cop Next Door: Corsco Family Series Book 1 - Published on Feb, 2019 My Perfect Love: Corsco Family Series Book 3 - Published on Oct, 2018 All Sizes Vet Clinic: Corsco Family Series 2 - Published on Nov, -0001

Laine Faro interview On 28, Jun 2016

"Laine Faro is not just a writer. She is a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, a grandmother, an astounding optimist and a brave woman who won’t let the past weigh her down, she addresses herself as a survivor, not a victim. Proud of her Italian heritage, she incorporated that into her characters, to keep a part of herself in her writing. She believes that creative writing writing could be a form of escape, when desired but it can also lend you strength and determination when needed. And through her writing, she tries to do justice to both of these ideals."
Tell us about your life, your struggles, your passion.

My life has been a roller coaster. I was born into an abusive home and taken away by the state to be adopted with my 2 biological brothers when I was four. I grew up with 5 older brothers in total. My dad was Italian and I was raised knowing family is everything. I got treated like a princess by my dad and in his eyes, could do no wrong. I grew up cooking and baking Italian traditional meals. We moved from NJ to Colorado when I was 12, which was very hard for me. I hated leaving my family and friends. My grandmother and uncle moved in with us when I was 15. I found that I had a passion for medicine while taking care of my grandmother. During my teens I had a major setback when I was raped by a relative. This made me want to help other victims to become survivors. I wanted to be a doctor, but got married at 19 to a military man, so I went into nursing instead. I had my two kids at age 21 and 22. Family came first before school. We moved around a lot, which was hard for me.

How long have you been writing and what inspired you to become a writer?

I took a creative writing class in high school and found I liked using my imagination to take me to foreign places. I started writing stories to my husband when he was on overseas tours. I have tried starting to write novels several times, but never had the confidence in myself to finish. I had brain surgery for an aneurysm in 2013. This was my wake up call to get over my fear of failure and get published. Writing was my recovery. I used the time to use my brain and made goals to get chapters done by a certain time frame.

While choosing a name for your character, what aspects do you consider that determines what you finally call them?

I try and use names of people I don't know, but in my first book I used a nickname version of my father for the male character. He passed away 7 years ago and I wanted him to be a part of my writing life.

Do authors in general and you in particular plan series beforehand or do they just happen?

I would think most authors plan a general idea of a series when starting their first book. I planned on each child from a family to have their own book. By doing this I know I need to put some details of the family in each book to introduce them for their storyline.

How do you choose which stories to tell?

I want each of my stories to have a little of my life in them. Planning the series, I know which details of my life I can put in each book. I want to inspire people to work their struggles and trauma and move onto a happy life with someone new.

Do you have a “reader” in mind while writing?

I don't plan for a specific "reader" when I write. I just want to tell a story that lets them enjoy the escape they are taking from their lives while reading.

How do you get reviews? Which was the best review you ever got?

I am still new at publishing and haven't gotten a following yet. I have received a few reviews on Amazon and Facebook. My favorite review was when book 1 came out. The reader said they couldn't wait to read about the rest of the family that was introduced.

What does the word “story” signifies for you?

Story to me means introducing myself to characters and lives that will take me away from my everyday life.

Are you currently working on anything?

I am working on book 3 in the Corsco Family Series. Life has gotten in the way of my writing. I have not been able to work on it for several months now.

Do you have a special time or place for writing?

I work around my husband's shifts. When he is at work I am in the office. I have posters of Italy on every wall to remind me of the Italian heritage. (mine and my characters)

How do you promote your work? How will QuotesRain help you in your book promotion and sales, would you like to refer this platform to your author friends?

I have worked with my publishing company on marketing and publicity. I have Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram account that I share posts on. I hope the added comments from QuotesRain will reach the readers I can't on my sites. I have referred other authors to QuotesRain.

Would you like to share something with your readers and fans?

I live by a few quotes after my scar in 2013. “Wish big and dream bigger” “ When you reach a goal set a new one” I also love K. Bromberg's quote, "Life is short, waist it wisely. Take every step in life like an adventure. Each step will take you to a path of the unknown. Decide on which adventure you want to take and don't be afraid to take that first step.” I try and be open and honest about everything in my life. I never shy away from questions if I can help someone with my answers.

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      • Laine Faro Laine Faro 1 year ago
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      • To travel all of Italy, meet relatives I've only recently found about who live in Trieste Italy. I would love to get on the NY best seller list.
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    • If you had the choice to rewrite any of your books, which one would it be and why?
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      • I have 3 versions of book 1, Cannoli for the Cop Next Door, because I wrote it as a recovery therapy from brain surgery. I kept putting more storyline and character development in each version. I switched publishing companies on book 3, so I also wanted to look at book 1-2 to see if I could add more.
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • In each of my books I tell a part of my story. I love to bake so Lily works at a bakery/catering. I'm married to a cop, so Brady is a cop. I worked in a vet clinic, so Anna is a small animal vet. My daughter and I have been stalked by her ex, so Gabriella moves a lot and has to change her address. Book 4 I'm writing now and I put my being raped as a teenager in Rose's story.
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      • It gives me the freedom to follow my dream of writing anywhere I want. I will travel the world with my husband while soaking up customs, traditions, and knowledge from other countries.
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      • Taking the editors advice on what feels like my baby. I have my characters and storylines set in my mind for all 7 books in a series. When the editor suggest something that might change it, I get flustered.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 1 year ago
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • I put a little of my life in each of my books so each day is a little draining. I make sure to drink water while I'm typing. I also eat a healthy snack to keep energy up. After stopping for the day, I do something I enjoy. It could be a walk, playing with my dog in the yard (she passed this month so I miss these), playing with my granddaughter, or simply reading to escape my life for awhile.
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