Elice Nange is the nom de plume of an LGBTQIA+ Contemporary and Dark Romance author.
And... that is all the talking she will be doing of herself in the third person.
So, who am I?
What a loaded question!
Suffice it to say I am a lot of things.
Partner. Mother. Daughter. Sister. Friend. And, my personal favorite - an overambitious free-spirit.
But, for the purposes of this bio, I will go with Author.
I write romance novels - Dark Romance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, New Adult Romance, and the occasional Young Adult novels.
I write from the heart. My stories are typically character driven - this means said characters can be loud, opinionated and demanding when they want their stories told. All I do (which is what I do best) is wielding the pen. Expect most (if not all) of these characters to be diverse or be in interracial and/or intercultural relationships. This also means that my stories will often often contain and/or address sensitive subjects like racism, sexual orientation, religion, discrimination, etc.
Trigger warnings will be provided where appropriate. Unless otherwise and explicitly stated, all characters, organizations, places, and events depicted in my stories are either the products of my overactive imagination or are used fictionally.
Outside of writing, I enjoy spending time with my partner and son, playing The Sims (particularly, The Sims 2). I am also an avid reader, with an annual reading goal of 100+ books per year. Additionally, I may or may not be obsessed with Maya Angelou, ice cream, and the color purple ~ not necessarily in that order. I am not a fan of the cold, exercising, or the great outdoors. I don't mind writing about both though!
I can be found at any of the following social media platforms:
I probably have all of them, under the username Elice Nange.
“Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size
But when I start to tell them,
They think I'm telling lies.
It's in the reach of my arms
The span of my hips,
The stride of my step,
The curl of my lips.
I'm a woman