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"I write when I feel like it, and I feel like it most of the time."
- Jerzy Kosinski
Finding Emilie
Map Maker's Daughter

The Mapmaker's Daughter

Penelope's Daughter, by Laurel Corona

Penelope's Daughter

The Four Seasons, by Laurel Corona

The Four Seasons:
A Novel of Vivaldi's Venice



Laurel Corona, Author of Until Our Last Breath and The Four Seasons
Photo Credit: Olga Gunn Photography

Thank you for visiting my website! My goal as a historical novelist is to provide you, the reader, with high-quality fiction about women and the forgotten and undervalued roles they played in their societies. Whether it’s the real-life physicist Emilie du Chatelet, the literary heroine Penelope, or women who have sprung entirely from my imagination, I offer you stories true to the facts of a time and place. My novels are populated with real and invented characters, to bring history to life and make you feel as much a part of other lives and other cultures as you do your own.

Please check back from time to time for updates on my new projects, and drop me a line at lacauthor@gmail.com to let me know you're out there reading!

Laurel Corona's Diary

Happy Holidays!

9 December 2014 - Today marks a transition for me. ¬†It is my what I have been calling my Medicare birthday (65), which means I am eligible under any definition of “senior” for discounts! ¬†Having been in college at the time the expression “Don’t trust anyone over thirty,” was coined, it is amazing to have reached more than twice […] (Read More...)

Grateful to Be Home!

21 November 2014 - Back from my last out-of-town speaking gig, at least for a while. Last week I had a great time in Cleveland at the Mandel Jewish Community Center. It snowed, which was a treat for this Southern California native! I was in Miami Beach the following Wednesday at a wonderful luncheon at the Miami Beach Jewish […] (Read More...)

Fallow Fields

27 August 2014 - It's funny how when I say I am not writing now, people generally respond with something resembling the hope, or assumption, that it is temporary. I'll get it back, they seem to be saying, as if that's the correct trajectory for my life. I don't ever recall anyone saying the opposite when I was writing, patting me on the arm and telling me that I'll get my non-writing life back on track eventually. (Read More...)

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February 13, 2015 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Coronado Historical Association
Coronado Historical Association
1100 Orange Avenue, Coronado, California

Laurel talks about her work as an author

For more information, please visit:
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