L.C. RENIE lives a dynamic life with diverse interests and many passions. For the past eleven years, she has been in public health service in the food processing industry. She has recently added published romance author to her resume.
Her other passions include contributing her time, energy and resources to a plethora of humanitarian causes, including advocating for mental health treatment, substance abuse, and suicide awareness and prevention. In addition to her work with those causes, she is a staunch advocate for clean water and has partnered with globally responsible organizations that support and defend the rights of those suffering from poverty, substandard living conditions and human trafficking. She supports her local foodbank by dedicate time and resources for their cause and is an influential advocate for numerous public health concerns.
L.C. wants to continue to write and expand her reach with her books. Her mission is to enlighten readers with real-life scenarios. She strives to create relatable characters that readers can resonate with and show how the characters evolve through adversity. She wants readers to see and feel how her characters overcome insurmountable obstacles, discover their true passion, and honor their self-worth. To continue this mission, L.C. welcomes readers to share their stories, experiences, life challenges, triumphs, hopes, and dreams with her.
Best parts about writing is sharing unique stories.
Member of Authors Guild of America
Writing materials copy rights protection under Writers Guild of America East
During her downtime, she enjoys spending time in nature, going on walks, and roller derby skating for fun.
Diane Donovan Literary Services, Midwest Senior Reviewer: Reviewed Author's manuscript contents.
Editor#1: I don't read a lot of romance novels. But I can definitely say that what you did in Part Three was excellent! Overall, I think you touch on relevant topics--like Christian dating, anxiety, and even divorce--in a classy and entertaining way. Your intimate scenes were great, and I liked the subtle message that you can have morals and be spicy too.
L.C. RENIE: Thank you... those words are really encouraging for my first step out on faith novel. :)
Editor#2: Author's manuscript contents which I enjoyed very much. In terms of the book's strengths, there are several that stand out. First, your choice of narrator. I've never read a book written from the perspective of a biracial person with albinism, so in this sense, the story is unique. Many people are aware of albinism, but as an identity, it's not well represented in the media or entertainment overall, so it's great to see this condition receive some attention, and to illustrate that this condition is no barrier to a rich, full, and successful life. I also admired that Alexandria was dealing with a mental illness, psychosis, but that also didn't prevent her from living a full, active, three-dimensional life.
L.C. RENIE: Thank you for pointing out the several strengths in the novel. It's important for me to used diversity and stigma health conditions in my work projects.
Editor#3: This was one of the best projects we've had the project of reading for this year -- and indeed, there has been a lot. The material was very interesting and the content was well consolidated for positive reception. Certainly put us on the edge of our seat, and we are really craving for more!
L.C. RENIE: Thank you... It's really exciting to feel my writing isn't in vain to shine light on sensitive subjects with hope, love, compassion, and encouragement.