Alexandra Isobel is a Canadian romance writer with a head full of stories and no time to write! So, she plots them all out while standing on the yard, watching the children during recess.
She’s inspired to write alpha hero love stories and the women who can manage them from being a total action movie hound. Being an Ottawa native, a hugely culturally diverse city in Canada, her couples can’t help being swirl (interracially mixed).
She tends to thrive on visual inspiration so is a die hard movie junkie and photography wannabe – both of which keep her imagination humming.
She’s definitely an introvert who secretly lusts after her alpha hero characters!
“She writes these highly romanticized, everyday love stories with over the top, racially diverse alpha heroes, and introverted but weirdly spirited heroines, that have no business being together, but always have some sort of history so can’t stay away from each other.”see for yourself 🙂
QUIETribe and Hygge Writing LIFE
“I have always been attracted to a quiet life where reading and writing were central to keeping my sanity during my high school years. I needed a constant supply of escapism so loved nothing better than curling up beneath the covers to read, write or watch TV. I had a few best friends I spent time with and we’d have pajama layabouts all the time.
Once I discovered hygge and realized there was a whole culture out there that loved the same lifestyle I did, I breathed a huge sigh of relief. I’ve never looked back…”Alexandra
QUIETribe and Hygge Life
FROM GHOST WRITER TO CENTRE STAGE “Yup! my first few books were ghostwritten. It’s how I built my writing confidence.” WHO AM I? Canada girl, born and raised by West Indian parents, Trinidad and Tobago. WHAT DO I WRITE? Alpha hero romance stories…
“Alexandra Isobel has a unique writing voice that is sure to sweep romance readers into the intriguing and sexy world she’s created …”
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After having to endure a long and miserable winter’s day commute, coming home to a hot shower, a warm blanket, a cozy cup of cocoa, and a soothing fire with soft lights is hygge.