Liz Durano

No More Net… or Happy Book Birthday, Harlow and Dax!

Three years ago this month, I released my fourth book. It was a story that had been percolating inside my head about an older woman who falls in love with a much younger man. Originally planned as a… Read More

Returning to New York… and a Book Birthday!

And just like that, my tenth official book is out—eleven if you count Naughty Pen’s 64k word novel this year! One of the reasons why I love Campbell and Caitlin’s story is because it brings me back to… Read More

Two Years Ago Today…

I press Publish on my fourth novel, Everything She Ever Wanted, the story of Harlow James, a heartbroken surgeon and Dax Drexel, the cocky carpenter who helps her discover the meaning of life. Of all the books I’ve written,… Read More

Happy Book Birthday, Billie and Heath!

Two years ago this month, I published my third book about the unexpected adventures of an introverted shopkeeper and an arrogant CEO struggling to maintain control of the family company. While it was still being serialized on Wattpad,… Read More

It’s my Indie Pub-Anniversary!

Three years ago today, I clicked Publish on my first book, Finding Sam. Oh, wait, it was yesterday. But never mind that little faux pas. I’d intended to publish my first book on my oldest son’s birthday which… Read More

Happy Book Birthday, Dax and Harlow!

Everything She Ever Wanted turns one today, and if there’s only one thing I’m posting about all day, it’s this. This day last year, I clicked Publish on the book that would feature my maiden name after establishing… Read More

A Belated Book Birthday!

Two years ago today yesterday, I published Loving Ashe and life hasn’t been the same. I love all my book babies and this one especially. Loving Ashe made me believe that I could actually make my one true… Read More

Happy Book Birthday To Sam and Erik!

Sam and Erik are the characters in my first book, Finding Sam, and today the book  officially turned two years old.  It’s not a huge thing to buy cakes and light candles for but it’s big for me… Read More