Lorelei Buzzetta is the Creative Director of Lorelei’s Lit Lair on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Goodreads. She’s happily married to her own Prince Charming and is the mother of three wonderful overachievers, and has a precious Pomeranian pup named Minuet.
Reading, visiting libraries, socializing, music, and Zumba is what Lorelei enjoys most. She is a fervent advocate of the romance and writing community, and a believer of paying it forward and spreading the love with a perpetual smile.
Lorelei also hosts reader and author events at the Alafaya and Chickasaw Branch Library of the Orange County Library System during the Spring. She also hosts the Romance, Wine & Chocolate event in the Fall.
You can connect with Lorelei at Lorelei’s Lit Lair on Facebook and Twitter where you’ll find great books recommendations, giveaways, deals, chats about favorite authors, books, fun posts and other interesting topics with fans of similar interests. You can also contact Lorelei via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation and Mentions in Articles & Events
Orange County Library System Annual Report 2018 (Page 7/16)
“A few years ago, local blogger Lorelei Buzzetta struck up a conversation about her love of romance novels with the manager of the Alafaya Branch. The two talked about how Buzzetta used her blog, Lorelei’s Lit Lair, to highlight her favorite authors and connect with her fellow romance enthusiasts.
The library agreed to let her have a regular book display, featuring some of her favorite titles, and they scheduled the first in a series of what has become an annual event: Romance, Wine and Chocolate. The free after-hours event, which featured a reading and book discussion by a well-known romance author, was an instant hit.
For three years in a row, the event has been at capacity, and Buzzetta has been able to grow her presence among readers of romantic fiction. Buzzetta is a valuable library partner who has helped develop a program that’s so popular that it keeps growing each year.
In 2019, Romance, Wine and Chocolate is scheduled to take place at the Chickasaw Branch, a library branch that can accommodate a larger crowd. Buzzetta is grateful to the library for supporting her project and helping her to expand her reach.
She says she feels like the library is more than just a place she goes to visit. “The library is an extension of my home,” she says.”