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Nina Romano

Nina Romano

Nina Romano earned an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Florida International University. She’s a world traveler and lover of history. She lived in Rome, Italy, for twenty years, and is fluent in Italian and Spanish. She authored a short story collection, The Other Side of the Gates, and has published five poetry collections and two poetry chapbooks. Her most recent poetry collection is Westward: Guided by Starfalls and Moonbows. Romano has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. In America is the final book in the Wayfarer Trilogy from Turner Publishing following the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Award gold medal-winning The Secret Language of Women and Lemon Blossoms. More about the author at: www.ninaromano.com.

Books by Nina Romano

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How to Write a Novel in a Year: Part One

Nina Romano, author of the Wayfarer Trilogy, offers some advice to writers: "There’s...

Start reading Nina Romano's In America

Nina Romano's newest novel (and final installment in the Wayfarer Trilogy), "In America"...

How My Family's Past Influenced Me to Write a Novel

When I was young, I always loved to listen to our family’s stories about our past. The...

The Important Role of Religion in Lemon Blossoms

When I was a young girl I studied with the cloistered nuns of Visitation Academy in Bay...

The History of Writing Lemon Blossoms

My novel Lemon Blossoms began as a short story in graduate school at Florida International...

Exclusive Excerpt from "The Secret Language of Women"

Read below for an exclusive excerpt of our new novel The Secret Language of Women...

Scene: Where Change Happens

Perhaps one of the most important elements in any writing is scene, whether it’s for...

Horoscope Helped Me Develop a Realistic Character

My own horoscope is the Year of the Horse, which was last year, so I made sure I had an...

How to Write Historical Fiction or a Novel

My horoscope predicted I’d write a novel. I was born in the Year of the Horse. So after...

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