My awesome ex-husband once told me that all the stories in my head actually happened somewhere, in some other universe, in some alternate reality, and I think that’s the closest explanation I’ve found for where the stories come from, because I don’t make them up–they just come. They’re just there in my mind, texture and dialogue and feeling, and all I can do is take those sensations and try to convey them on paper so other people can live them, too, and vicariously join the characters on their emotional journeys.
I write for love, for lovers, for anyone who loves romance and the bond between one living, breathing human and another.
I want people to feel what I do when I see the stories in my head, to feel that rush of air beneath the character’s wings, or experience the race of magic tingling through their veins. When I string words together, I put all I am into it–every spare moment between work and sleep and life’s necessities.
During the day I test software and strive to be the scourge of the developers in my office. (And if any of them ever sees this admission, they will probably mob me in the office, but I am prepared for them! Ha!)
Feel free to write me about anything at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on Facebook.
The surname ‘Lakadosch’ used in my email address is my maiden name and was originally from the Hungarian ‘Lakatos’, but my grandfather had it officially changed to Lakadosch, although to this day, why he did so remains a mystery. Lano is my married name that I kept even after the divorce because it’s soooo much easier to for people to remember than Lakadosch! (Mwahahaha! The secret reason I married my ex-hubby – just to change my surname 😀 )