Writer Publisher Editor
IN THE PRESS
"Nicholas Sparks fans will rejoice to hear there’s a new male author on the scene who writes beautifully about love and emotionally charged relationships."
RT Book Reviews
"I never thought a guy could write women's fiction this well. If you want deeply emotional, totally romantic novels that take you into the heart of a man, you need to read Lou Aronica."
"Lou Aronica is a master storyteller and reaches right in and touches one’s heart with the humanness of his characters."
SUSAN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS,
NYT BESTSELLING AUTHOR
LONG AND SHORT REVIEWS
I've been associated with the book world nearly my entire adult life. I spent more than twenty years working for major book publishers, including gigs as Deputy Publisher of Bantam Books (where I was founder of the Bantam Spectra imprint) and Publisher of Berkley Books and Avon Books. During that time, I worked with a tremendous range of industry professionals, including the great Ray Bradbury, the inestimable Ian Ballantine, the remarkable people at Lucasfilm, and brilliant writers far too numerous to mention – romance writers, science fiction writers, thriller writers, literary novelists, thought leaders, and great entertainers.
From the very beginning of my publishing career, though, I longed to be a writer myself. In fact, I got into the publishing business in the first place because I thought it would be advantageous to my writing career. For the longest time, this ambition stayed on hold; publishing four hundred titles a year at Avon, for example, is pretty much a full-time job. Eventually, though, I left the corporate side of publishing behind to sit on the other side of the desk. (More here)