Cooper McKenzie

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Cooper McKenzie always thought she had been born a hundred years too late, but appreciates air conditioning, computers and other conveniences of modern day living. She enjoys the slower pace of New Bern, North Carolina as well as the history and small town community found there. In addition to dreaming up her next story, Cooper enjoys reading everything except scary books, singing in her church choir and needle-weaving.

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Q: How long have you been writing romance?

A: I think I wrote my first romance at age 14, but I don't remember much about it. After many years of writing for children and young adults, I started writing erotic romance in January 2009.

Q: Do you get writer's block?

A: I used to, but not any more. I'm too busy to be blocked. But if I get stuck it means I have to go back a page or two and figure out where I took a wrong turn.

Q: Do you plan your stories before you start writing?

A: No way. I tried that early in my writing career and found that I turned my characters into stick figures and my stories had no zing. All I have to have before I start writing is a working title, an idea who my main characters are and the opening sentence. Once I have an opening sentence I start writing and it all flows from there, though I have no idea where it's flowing from.

Q: What's your day job?

A: I am a home-based medical transcriptionist. That means I type doctor reports for a hospital 60 miles from my home.

Q: What do you do when you are not writing?

A: I haven't had much of that time lately, but usually I read, walk my 13 pound rat terror, Grizzly, and make hats. I make "baseball cover" size hats for babies, which I donate to a number of hospitals, and hats for kids of all sizes that I donate to a number of charitable organizations.








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