About Lorelei

Lorelei at a recent book signing

Baby-boomer and proud of it. Lorelei was born with a pencil in her hand, and in her early years was dubbed "The Artist" of the family. And later, in high school took a creative writing course that changed everything for her.


See more at Lorelei's Author's Page


Lorelei's first self-published book, Spell of the Black Unicorn.   She had her first book signing at Borders. 

Although she wrote a sequel to "Spell of the Black Unicorn", she decided to write a series about a touch clairvoyant named Sabrina Strong, who begins to work with vampires in Chicago. 

Copperhill Media published her first vampire novel, Vampire Ascending, and the second and third books in this series, Vampire's Trill and Vampire Nocturne.

Now with a new publisher, Creativia, Lorelei's books have new covers and slightly changed titles, 
And her fourth book, 
Caprice is also available.


More background: Lorelei was into vampires before it became "cool", before the author of Twilight was a twinkle in anybody's eye. Lorelei likes to blame watching Dark Shadows for all those dark ideas about vampires when she was in high school. 


I was considered strange or weird because of my interests. But I didn't care, I got along fine with my solitude. Writing came naturally to me. It was the understanding of plotting, and the art of writing that I had to learn over the decades. Now, I'm happy to see that so many people enjoy the Sabrina Strong series, and I'm working to get eight books out, eventually, in the series. I've been told they are page-turners, and that I have a knack for story-telling. I've strove to not make my books cookie-cutter paranormal romances. They are urban fantasy with a mix of mystery, horror, adventure romance, and some humor.



Lorelei has had her short stories, poems, and articles published in quarterlies and other publications. Please visit her publishing credits for more.





Customer Reviews... Good, Bad, and Best!

I always cringe when I see a new review has come up on my books. I'm never sure what they will say. Sometimes I am pleasantly surprised,...