Laura Kitchell - Romance written for the romantic reader
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COMING September 2015! 

Lady of the Bridge.

Forbidden love, a warrior princess, and an elite samurai make for an adventure in this Japanese historical set during the early days of the Tokugawa shogunate.  Join this couple in a race across 17th century Japan where political unrest has created dangerous ronin, civil uprisings, and war-ravaged castles.  Caught in the middle of the struggle between Shogun's rise to rule and the emperor's loss of power, this warrior princess must battle for her life.

In the end, she must choose between family honor and her heart's desire.


For an excerpt, please visit my Coming Soon Excerpt page.



 
Check out  Fun Short stories on the Stories For You page.
 
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I write romance for you.  As a previous president of Chesapeake Romance Writers and a member of Romance Writers of America, I take writing seriously.  My readers come first in my writing, and I always like to hear from you.  You may contact me at:
 
 
If you're interested in making writing a career  and you live in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, think about coming to a meeting of the Chesapeake Romance Writers.  Visit the Chesapeake Romance Writers website and see a list  of our workshops and meetings.
 
Also visit me at at laura.kitchell.1@facebook.com and see what I'm up to.

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I will not blog on this website.  What I will do is give you Fun Shorts.  See the Stories For You page for fun, short, girl-meets-boy stories.  I imagine many of them would make beginnings for fully developed novels, and some may go that route.  Here on my Laura Kitchell website, however, they will remain short stories just for you to enjoy at no cost.
 

I began writing creatively in my teens and became fond of the romance genre after receiving a romance novel as a gift for Christmas.  I wrote my first full-length novel following a devastating car accident that landed me on my back for the last semester at university.  It was a terrible book, but I finished it.
 
Now, nearly thirty years later, I have many published stories to my name.  I live in Virginia Beach with my family and a loveable black lab that curls at my feet every time I sit at the computer.
 
I’m not using much from my two degrees to work as a senior paralegal for a large law firm in Norfolk, VA.  Writing, however, has become my focus for a life filled with all my passions - love, writing, and chocolate.
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