My name is Sissa and I'm a 20-something-year-old girl from Brazil. I started writing when I was 17, and thank God I haven't stopped.

I'm an English teacher and a Management student. I love adventures and traveling. I live right in the heart of the Amazon forest, yet I don't have a monkey.

My goal is to write a bit of each genre. I've done a good share of Historical Fiction writing, my favourite genre. Gone through ChickLit, Poetry, Sci-Fi, Romance and Fantasy. If you happen to read any of my books, I hope you enjoy it. Do let me know! :)

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**I am the author os "The York Rose" and "Parallel Lines", but both books are now set on "Private" - follow me and hop to my "My Private Works" Reading List so you can read it.**

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Reading Lists

16 Published Works

Featured work.

Under My Skin

Social data: 94 reads. 9 votes. 6 comments.

Description: New poetry collection, for a new phase of the author's life, filled with questions, answers, decisions, adventures, laughter and love, all mixed together and put in verses, with a hint of rhyming on top.

Other Works by SissaRomanova.
Jo Goes to India

Jo Goes to India

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Johanna Seymour, the self-conscious chocolate-addict from 'Jo Goes to Paris' has a new life: new job, ne...

#784 in ChickLit


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Jo Goes To Paris

Jo Goes To Paris

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Dumped by her boyfriend, unemployed, middle-aged and chocolate addict. That is Johanna's current situati...

#717 in ChickLit


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Elizabeth of York married Henry Tudor after the bloody War of the Roses ended. Their first son, Arthur...

123564a posted a message to SissaRomanova
just finished Jo goes to Paris. and it is and you are beyond amazing! It's been so long since i have read a book that literally had my heart skipping from excitement. Write more. looking forward to have a paperback copies of your books! 
sham2002 posted a message to SissaRomanova
Hi, I just finished reading Jo goes to Paris and it was a spectacular story, I really enjoyed reading it! But please tell me the answer to the last line, who really did write the story? :) thanks so much!!
Hi Sissa. Just finished your Jo in Paris and Michael successively. Just want to tell you for a 20 something, you sure have a gift for storytelling writers decades older than you wish they have. True, the grammar glitches got the editor in me twitching but these were overshadowed by the way you can draw readers' empathy.  Am sure half of Michael's readers may already know the inevitable ending midway and it does echo shades of Bicentennial Man, but your own way of weaving the tale is in itself a great emotional reading adventure. Hope you write more of these emotionally conflicted stories. The travails of the human spirit is alive with your pen. 
Oh wow! I have been receiving so many love and support messages here even though I've been innactive for 2 months! I am sorry for that, and thank you all for much for the growing support! All those messages made me smile and brightened my day!
      Now, I swear I have an explanation for my absence! Last month was chaotic for me, yet so very cool! I went to Miami and met President Bill Clinton, as well as participated on his annual Clinton Global Initiative event for University students, representing my country and the Laureate network. I made a Commitment to get my social project going, and I have been working on that non-stop! I am the leader of a local Enactus team (do you know Enactus? Check it out! https://www.enactus.org ) and I have been not only getting my team to work, but also travelling around to get help with my project (last week I was at Unilever in São Paulo presenting my project, yeah...) 
      So... yeah, I have been busy :) I apologise. But right now, this is what I have to do. I am looking forward to make a change in the world, and I think I am on my way.
      I haven't forgotten my passion though. I am slow, but writing is still here. Until then, I hope I can count on your patience.
      But enough about me! How have you all been doing? What's new with you guys? :D