Q: When did you know you wanted to be a writer?
A: It actually just hit me one day. I love to read and I would always come up with story ideas in my own head that I thought would make good storylines. So I took a chance and wrote a story and submitted it and the rest is history.
Q: Where do you get the ideas for your stories?
A: They just come to me most of the time. I’ll be driving, running, eating dinner with the family and boom, an idea will just hit me.
Q: If you could be a character in any book, what character would that be?
A: If I could pick any book to be a character in it would be Sookie from Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse novels. Who wouldn’t love to live in a world where vampires and werewolves existed? Plus if you had sexy men fighting over you left and right, even better. That’s my idea of a great life.
Q: What do you do when you’re not writing?
A: I’m the mother of four children, so I’m usually on the run with them. A glorified maid and chauffer who doesn’t get paid for my services. I also love to run. It helps clear my head and gives me that extra alone time I wouldn’t get otherwise.
Q: Why write in the M/M genre?
A: That’s where my interest lies. I love to read in this genre and I find the dynamics in an M/M relationship intriguing. Love is love. After reading M/F themed stories for so long, finding the M/M genre opened up a whole new world for me.
Q: Do you have a day job?
A: Yes, it’s called a stay-at-home mother. Hardest job I have ever had.
Q: Do you develop the plot or characters before you start writing a story?
A: I usually come up with the characters first. Typically I hear a dialogue in my head and from there I develop the characters into people, not just voices. After that’s done I come up with the plot.
Q: What is the funniest misconception people make about you?
A: That I’m a man. People who only know me through chats or writing groups always assume I’m a man. Even people who have known me for years say if they didn’t know me personally they would think I was a man. My sense of humor and dirty thoughts generally lead people to believe I must be a man. Even my husband says that.
Q: Who do you respond to negative feedback regarding your books?
A: I don’t. Everyone is allowed to have their opinion and nothing I do or say will change that. Just because one person doesn’t like your work doesn’t mean the next person won’t love it.
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