Paperclips Magazine: Christopher Robin


Many writers can create novels that can haunt your dreams; but only a few can be hauntingly beautiful.

Life is not what it’s supposed to be. It’s what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference. --Aleatha Romig, Consequences


S uspense, romance, and thrillers are maybe some of the most popular and elastic genres in the publishing industry these days, however, they are also considered to be the hardest kind of fiction to write. They do not only require a good narrative but a great emotional satisfaction as well. But Aleatha Romig has always been up to this challenge so she doesn’t even have to claw her way up to the top in the ladder of success in the literary world. A smart, creative, and versatile writer, she perfectly embodies the spirit of a true novelist. Aleatha Romig is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author. She is a “Published Author’s Network” member of the

Romance Writers of America and of PEN AMERICA represented by Kevan Lyon of the Marsal Lyon Literary Agency. Romig spent most of her younger years in Mishawaka, graduating from Mishawaka High School. She then earned her degree in dental hygiene from Indiana University School of Dentistry where she later taught as a clinical assistant professor for twelve years. She also practiced clinical dental hygiene for twenty-nine years. During the end of that career, she spent her days perfecting smiles and squandered her nights writing. When she finally suited her career in writing at full-time, she began spending most of her days devising mind-blowing twists and turns in her works of fiction. She compensates her time for



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