Brenda Williamson is single, has one son, and lives in the USA in the beautiful state of Alabama. When not working as a self-employed online retailer, the other half of her day is spent writing love stories. When she has time, she loves to read true crime and historical reference books. She also loves to cook and experiment with new recipes. While she has a love for all animals, her favorite is cats and she’s always had at least a half dozen of them. She has published over forty romance and gay romance books. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and the Authors Guild.
Q: What do you like most about being a writer?
A: Seeing what tidbits of information I can turn into an enjoyable story.
Q: How much time do you spend writing?
A: That seems to change with the seasons and life’s little upsets. But I try to spend 10-15 hours a week on writing. Some nights it may be fifteen minutes and write a hundred words. I don’t let that discourage me because every word is a word closer to the end of the story.
Q: Do you read the same kinds of books you write?
A: Sometimes. But writing requires research, so I spend a lot of my reading time with non fiction.
Q: When writing love scenes, do you rely more on experience or research?
A: It’s a combination of both. While it’s possible for a writer to make up scenes, I think we always incorporate something of ourselves into the story. It might not be a lot, but how do you not use some quirk you know first hand about that will fit perfectly with your character’s personality.
Q: Do you get writer’s block?
A: I don’t call it that. It’s more, writer’s boredom. When you work on one story long enough and you’ve read through it dozens upon dozens of times, sometimes you just need a break. So I just move on to a different story. I don’t ever not write.
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