Bio: New Yorker Loure Bussey always knew what she wanted to be a writer and a singer. During college, she explored her passion for each profession. After graduation, working in various corporations is what paid the bills. She strived to give her employers her best. Still, deep down she was hungry to make her dreams come true.
While honing her vocal talent in recording studios with gifted musicians, she learned to compose R&B, pop, jazz, and gospel music. She also wrote a short story about a young, psychic woman, which she sold to a romance confession magazine. It led to the publication of fifty-six short stories.
After spending one summer writing her first novel, Louré was ecstatic when an editor offered her a two-book contract. Now, an award-winning and best-selling author of thirteen novels, her steamy, thrilling page-turners are highly acclaimed by readers and reviewers. For each novel, Louré creates a song. Many of the tunes are on her forthcoming debut CD ?Dreams Do Come True.?
Her other successes include the feature of her music on cable television. Two contest wins for her original screenplay, The Secrets of Westbridge, a sexy thriller, has stirred another of her deep desires, to see her stories adapted to the big or little screen. Currently, she is working on film projects.
An entrepreneur as well as a creative spirit, Louré has parlayed her love of fashion and design into a new line of women?s clothing, and has created a brand of children?s products. Each business will launch in spring 2008. Louré has appeared on radio and television, and in newspapers and magazines. She is a member of The Author?s Guild, and The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.