Speaker Details

Return to Speakers Bureau

Is this the author for your event? Contact speaker@rwa.org.

Cora J. Ramos
Cora Ramos
  
Website:
Romance Genres:
Contemporary Romance,
Historical Romance,
Paranormal Romance,
Romantic Suspense,
Erotic Romance
Speaks On:
Social Media promotionShort storiesWriter Inspiration
Speaks To:
Libraries,
Bookstores,
Writing Groups,
Book Clubs and other readers groups
Willing to Participate in Online Events:
Yes



Travels From:
Fresno
Travels From (State):
CA
Travels From Country:
US



Bio:

Cora J. Ramos is a writer of short stories of mystery and suspense that have won awards and been published in the anthology, Valley Fever, Where Murder is Contagious, and in an anthology outside the United States; German Sisters-in-Crime anthology, Murder Between Knife and Fork.

Her first novel, Dance the Dream Awake, is a paranormal romantic suspense, set in present day but with a past life, dual time line of a Mayan life lived in the Yucatan, Mexico, around 800-900 A.D. (It is published with Black Opal Books, June 2015.)

That novel was a result of a paranormal, déjà vu incident that happened at the ruins of Coba, an ancient Mayan temple site, while vacationing on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. The seeds of inspiration from that trip sprouted into this story. She keeps journals of her dreams, poems -- all inspiration for her paintings and stories.

Her newest novel completed, Haiku Dance (published with Black Opal Books in May, 2016), is a sizzling historical romance set in Japan, 980 A.D. at the height of the Heian era and reminicent of the 'pillow books' of that era.

 

RWA does not verify the information authors submit to the speakers bureau and cannot confirm its validity. Each author may have his/her own speaking fee and other requirements for participation in events.