Aspiring Author and Entrepreneur LaShaunda Hoffman & Shades of Romance — 16 Comments

  1. Oh my!!! I believe LaShaunda was one of my first followers when I started my blog! I’m amazed at what she’s accomplished So cool to see her highlighted here today!

  2. Hi LaShaunda, Great to hear your story and thanks for your willingness to help other authors. I’m going to share this link with a new author who writes multicultural.

  3. Very interesting. I hadn’t heard of SORMAG before. I’m looking forward to seeing what it is all about.

  4. Great interview!

    I’ve watched a lot of people pull their desires into reality. For example, Jeff Gerke, who felt Christian fiction needed more avenues for speculative books. He began Marcher Lord Press and right out of the box his authors began winning awards. He’s a great example of what can be done if you’re willing to take a chance.

    I haven read SORMAG, but I’m going there now to sign up!

    Nancy Mehl

  5. Hello Ladies,

    Thank you so much for stopping by and reading my interview. I’m truly excited to know many of you are readers of SORMAG. That really made my day. I’m so excited that if you have a book to promote I want to help you do that. Send the following info to me:

    Title, genre and I will feature it in my Book Teaser Newsletter.

    If you’re a reader send me your mailing address and I’ll send you out a goody bag –

    Thanks again Lyn for the feature. It’s nice to know my work isn’t in vain. Here’s to 12 more years.

  6. Great interview, LaShaunda! I can remember when you were first getting Shades of Romance together… I thought, “She’s going to make a break out publication even bigger than RT someday.” And look–she has! 🙂

  7. Thanks Lyn! Abby may not enjoy the story the way you think, but she sure does love to snuggle up with me while I read. 🙂

  8. Thank you, Piper! I think every woman has a story or several to tell. I love reading them too.

  9. LaShaunda, how incredible and inspiring that you started this enterprise 12 years ago. What an innovation for the time. Glad it has stood the test and is still evolving. This is my first intro to your magazine, so I’m glad you blogged with Lyn today!
    I did put a long-held desire to the test and brought it to life. Mine was 18 years ago. I established a Chinese adoption program which is still in operation today. I have a wonderful 18yr.old reminder of those days, who just started her freshman year of college.
    Going to go check out your website today!

  10. Thank you for this wonderful interview with LaShaunda. LaShaunda, your mission is an important one and I appreciate that you are doing it. I have been reading SORMAG for a few years now and I am excited to hear about he digital change that is coming up–good news!

    Lyn, I also want to take this opportunity to say thank you for your mission with your strong women brand. There are strong women of many cultures and their stories should be told as well. I enjoy your work and I am excited to see that there is a new LIH next month.


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