Delivering
Happily Ever After

CONNECTING ROMANCE AUTHORS WITH THEIR READERS SINCE 2010

About Lorelei's Lit Lair

Community Builder

Affectionately referred to as a passionate Romance Ambassador, Lorelei has been offering book recommendations, author spotlights, giveaways and connecting authors with their readers through social media since 2010, providing a safe and friendly environment for book lovers around the globe.

She also presents bookish virtual meetings at Lorelei'sLitLair.com, as well as in person events since 2015. Lorelei has hosted at capacity events such as the Annual Romance, Wine & Chocolate in her hometown of Orlando, FL in partnership with the outstanding Alafaya Library and Chickasaw Branch, which are both part of the Orange County Library System.

The Orange County Library System was recognized in 2018 with the highest honor bestowed upon libraries by the government,  the National Medal from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. What an honor it is to count with their support. 

Engagement Marketing Specialist +

Lorelei focuses on engagement marketing, offering workshops to writer groups of any size, and coaching services to authors.

 She's a natural communicator and problem solver. She specializes in author mindset, time management skills, accountability, personalized content creation and reader engagement strategies that suit each author's needs and personality to find their ideal audience.

The Reader | Blogger | Influencer | Pom/Mom

Lorelei's genuine enthusiasm, authenticity, and perpetual smile are always present in everything she does.

A former Special Education Teacher Assistant of 14 years, she’s happily married to her own Prince Charming and is the mother of three wonderful adult overachievers.

She also has a precious Pomeranian pup named Minuet, who often steals the spotlight by posing with great reads on social media.

Born in NYC, of Iranian and Venezuelan heritage and with Spanish as her second language, Lorelei’s diverse background gives her reach into the Latinx community as well. 

Photo credit : Orange County Library System and Lorelei Buzzetta