Q: When you started writing, why did you choose the erotic romance genre?
A: In 2005, there was little demand among the e-publishers for other genres. Since my primary aim was to have a book published, that's what I wrote. Now, of course, almost everything you could think of is published digitally.
Q: Why don't you write cross-genre books?
A: Actually, that is primarily what I write. My books are an eclectic mix of shape-shifters, vampires, angels, blue people, dragons, unicorns, and angels. I believe almost all types of character can tell me their stories.
Q: How much of your life experience is included in your stories?
A: Authors—regardless of genre—use their experiences in their stories. They may transform a terrible disaster from their life to a conflict for their characters. They may share a joyful occasion as a “happily ever after” for their hero/heroine. When writers need to know how to convey grief, they can draw on their own life experience. Does that mean I've participated in a ménage? Nope. But I can imagine how I would feel in such a situation.
Q: Why are some series unfinished? What happened?
A: Life. Authors are people. Just like everyone else in the world, we have spouses, children, elders, jobs, and sometimes illnesses to deal with. Most authors will try very hard to finish a series—even if it takes a little longer than expected.
Q: Why do you write ménages?
A: Well, first of all, it's not really a choice. My characters tell me how they want their story to go. So sometimes, the story is an M/F sweet romance. And sometimes, the story is a hot, hot, hot M/M/F ménage. Every story shared with the readers is the story the characters whispered in my ear. I happen to enjoy writing ménages, regardless of setting. I've written ménages set in the future, on alien planets, with vampires, and involving shape-shifters. No matter the genre, I've found them fun to write.
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