Alana Lorens dreamed for many years of being a spaceship captain, but settled instead for inspired excursions into fictional places with fascinating companions from her imagination that she likes to share with others. She has been a published writer for over thirty years, including seven years as a reporter and editor at a newspaper in Homestead, Florida, with a list of eclectic publications from horror to tech reporting to television reviews. She writes urban fantasy and science fiction under the name of Lyndi Alexander. The Elf Queen, her first novel, was released by Dragonfly Publishing in July 2010; the series continued with The Elf Child, The Elf Mage and The Elf Guardian. She's now working on the space opera Horizon Crossover series, and a YA trilogy, The Color of Fear--the first book, WINDMILLS, was published by Zumaya Publications this summer. Writing as Alana Lorens, she produces romance and romantic suspense, including the Pittsburgh Lady Lawyer series, CONVICTION OF THE HEART, SECOND CHANCES, and the latest, VOODOO DREAMS, released by The Wild Rose Press.
She is a single mother of seven, with two special needs children at home with her in Pennsylvania, and she volunteers at her local shelter for domestic violence victims, believing in every person's right to be safe.
For more information, see her fantasy series website at clanelvesofthebitterroot.com or Lyndi Alexander's blog at lyndialexander.wordpress.com; or her Alana Lorens website at alanalorens.com .
Books:Voodoo Dreams, October 2013