1. Tell us about your last book in one sentence.
My last book, London Holiday, is a fun romantic comedy homage to my favorite classic film, Roman Holiday, with a modern lesbian twist.
2. What’s the last book you read that blew you away?
Unfortunately, in order to get my writing time in, I’ve had to sacrifice a lot of reading time. However, I’ve started reading A Discovery of Witches and I’m not sure about being “blown away” by it, but I’m really enjoying the storytelling and Deborah Harkness’s use of descriptive language.
3. Do you happen to have any celebrity crushes at the moment? 😉
Well, she might be a little too young for me to use the word “crush,” but I just finished binge watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Kiernan Shipka was fantastic in it.
4. What are you most proud of as a writer?
Oddly, what I’m most proud of, I think, is that each time I’ve finished a book, which is always a struggle for me, I’ve sat down at the computer a few days later and thought “okay, let’s do this again.”
5. What’s next for you?
This summer is all about conferences. I’ll be attending GCLS in Pittsburgh, and then the RWA national conference in New York City where I will be trying to hook mainstream romance readers on lesfic by giving away signed copies of my personal favorite, Letters to Cupid, at the indie book signing event.
Originally from southern California, Miranda now lives in New England and writes heartfelt romances and romantic comedies featuring witty and charmingly flawed women that you’ll want to marry. Or just grab a coffee with, if that’s more your thing. Before becoming a writer, she spent way too many years in graduate school, worked in professional theater and film, and held temp jobs in just about every office building in downtown Boston.