Q: What are some of your favorite books and authors?
A: I favor the darkness of Edgar Allan Poe, the wit of Stephen King, the sensuality of Susan Sizemore, the ridiculousness of Hunter S. Thompson, and the raw reality of non-fiction books by John Douglas, retired criminal profiler for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I try to include all of those elements in my stories. I also love The Call of the Wild by Jack London and Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind.
Q: Where do you find inspiration to write?
A: When penning erotica, I must credit my loving husband for his generosity in the bedroom. Inserting that erotic writing into a good story, I give marginal credit to my insanely evil relatives, who without knowing it, forced me to escape into my own imagination and create some of the most amazing characters and plotlines.
Q: Besides reading and writing, what are your other past-times?
A: I like water sports: swimming, skiing, boating. Growing up in the Louisiana heat, I spent a lot of recreational time in the water. I also enjoyed playing team sports like basketball, etc. To relax, I love watching movies and comedic television shows.
Q: If you weren’t a published novelist, what would be your profession?
A: My other educational background is criminal justice, so I’d say somewhere in the field of law enforcement. In the army, before I got married, I initially wanted to join the Criminal Investigation Command, which is a highly deployed job. My husband voiced his concern that the constant separations for a dual-military couple could lead to divorce. I happily chose family instead. And while my spouse served in Iraq, I remained stateside to care for our son and write my first novel.
Q: What’s your next project?
A: I’m already working on a sequel to Lust for the Soothsayer. I look forward to hearing from readers on what they liked about the book and what they hope to see in the next one!
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