When it comes to writing romance novels, there is a fine line between telling a story and heart-pounding drama. Priscilla Oliveras stands firmly on the side of the latter, publishing such inspiring works as His Perfect Partner, which was nominated as a double finalist publication in 2018. This publication is part of the Matched to Perfection series, consisting of the sequel Her Perfect Affair, followed by Their Perfect Melody to conclude the trilogy. The novella Holiday Home Run, part of the USA Today bestselling holiday anthology A Season to Celebrate is also connected to the Matched to Perfection series. Most recently, Oliveras' newest addition is Anchored Hearts, book two of her Keys to Love series, releasing on April 27th.
With a Latin background from a Mexican American father and Puerto Rican mother, Oliveras has incorporated this mix of cultures into her novels just as it's incorporated in her everyday life. Growing up in a Spanish-speaking household, Oliveras includes this essential aspect of her life in her narratives to give them the grounded structure and realism that these novels are so renowned for.
When she was a young girl, Oliveras was introduced to the romance genre by her father – not quite what one would expect -- and was hooked instantly. As a college student, she discovered Romance Writers of America®, an organization that greatly helped her advance in her writing and get acquainted with the writing community. She later earned another degree now focused on writing as she completed her Master of Fine arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. In her free time, Priscilla enjoys sports like baseball, football, and tennis. Being alumni of The University of Florida, she is a huge Gator fan. She also dedicates her life to her three kids, family, and friends.
This is Olivera's eighth published novel and she continues working on her writing every day. A 2018 RWA® RITA® Double Finalist and a USA Today bestselling author, Priscilla offers a writing education course by ed2go called “Romance Writing”. It is a 6-week, 12-lesson course meant to educate and guide upcoming writers on the basic and key elements of writing a romance novel. Check out her website to read more about Priscilla, her books, blog, contact information, and any current news and events she is attending.