Alexa Aaby

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North Carolina native Alexa Aaby loves to create stimulating, realistic characters, thrusting them into conflict, luring them into exciting situations, all for the delight of her readers. Working tirelessly at her keyboard into the wee hours of the night, she breathes sensual life into the men and women of her stories, developing arousing connections between them that can stand the test of time. Her Southern Heat series is a group of stories focusing on the heroic and often dangerous lives of some of the sexiest firefighters on the planet and the women who fuel their unwavering desires. Strap yourself in and ride along with Alexa as she presents to you some of the hottest erotica this side of the Mason-Dixon. Her tales of scintillating passion and seduction are sure to keep you turning those steamy pages and wanting more!

Q: What inspires you to write?

A: Mostly everything inspires me. For the most part, I see the world through the eyes of a writer. On any given day, I find many characters and situations that I later incorporate into the stories I write.


Q: How often do you write?

A: I’d be lying if I said every day, but there aren’t too many days that pass when I don’t write. When I’m not writing, I’m thinking about it or jotting down notes to later add details to my story.


Q: How do you come up with fresh storylines?

A: I think there is a finite number of storylines. The trick is to paint a fresh picture onto an old canvas. What makes it fresh is my unique viewpoint and what I can bring to the storytelling.


Q: When is your favorite time to write?

A: I have no favorite or scheduled time to write. I just love doing it! I write as much and as often as time will allow. Of course, the day-to-day responsibilities of the real world always find a way to interrupt my writing time, but I take care of those things and get back to creating my stories as quickly as I possibly can.


Q: Which types of characters do you like to create the most?

A: I like characters that display a wide range of emotions. Like real people, I feel my characters should be multi-faceted and express their feelings in a variety of ways to intrigue, delight, and captivate my reading audience.

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