Sierra Donovan

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Publishing
Occupation Romance writer
Location High Desert, Southern California, United States
Introduction Sierra Donovan is a wife, a mother of two and a writer, though not always in that order. Her greatest joy is helping people find true love on the printed page. She believes in classic movies, Christmas, happy endings, and the healing power of chocolate. Sierra's first novel, LOVE ON THE AIR, was a Holt Medallion finalist. Her Kensington debut, NO CHRISTMAS LIKE THE PRESENT, won the Golden Quill for Sweet Traditional Romance. Her series of Evergreen Lane novels begins with DO YOU BELIEVE IN SANTA?, a finalist for the SnowGlobe Award. The series continues with her latest romance, WE NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS.
Favorite Movies Casablanca, Return to Me, The King and I, The Others, Camelot, Notorious, Strangers on a Train, Ghost Town, Moulin Rouge, The Manchurian Candidate (Sinatra version), A Star is Born (James Mason/Judy Garland version), and classic monster films starring the likes of Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.
Favorite Music Frank Sinatra, 1940s standards, classic country, Gram Parsons, Dan Fogelberg, Carly Simon, Crowded House, The New Christy Minstrels (no kidding!), Jane Monheit, Michael Buble, Jason Mraz
Favorite Books COLD TEA ON A HOT DAY by Curtiss Ann Matlock, SCARLET FEATHER by Maeve Binchy, MARLEY AND ME by John Grogan, THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald, THE MACGREGOR BRIDES by Nora Roberts, THE STAND by Stephen King, TWILIGHT EYES by Dean R. Koontz, BET ME by Jennifer Crusie, THE VAMPIRE TAPESTRY by Suzy McKee Charnas, THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES by Ray Bradbury, MAKING LOVE by Melanie Tem and Nancy Holder, COLD SASSY TREE by Olive Ann Burns, HELLO IT'S ME by Wendi Markham, THE SHOCK ENGAGEMENT by Ally Blake, A NANNY FOR KEEPS by Liz Fielding, BECOMING LATINA IN 10 EASY STEPS by Lara Rios, WHAT A GIRL WANTS by Kristin Billerbeck, MY SO-CALLED LOVE LIFE by Allie Pleiter, SMOKE SCREEN by Stephanie Newton

When you hesitate before hitting snooze on your alarm clock, are you being lazy?

No! That's how you enjoy the feeling of being in bed. How can you do that when you're fast asleep?