Daisy Dunn considers herself a prairie girl, having lived most of her life in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. A hopeless romantic, Daisy fell in love with reading romance novels atage sixteen, when she bought her firstone. She was thoroughly hooked and hasn’t stopped readingvarious genres of romance since.
Daisy always wanted to write, but life has a nasty habit of getting in the way of personal goals. Well, life finally stepped aside, and Daisy has started following her passion of writing erotic romances.Her favorite genre to write is paranormal, but she is not limited to it. Shealso writes erotica in ménage, fantasy, contemporary, and cougar genres and is hoping to tackle time travel and western someday soon.
Q: When did you start writing?
A: I started to write seriously on Jan. 1, 2011 as a New Year’s resolution. I was determined to write a novel and try to have it published. Well, in that year, I managed to get eight contracts. It was a busy year! I think it’s the first New Year’s resolution I actually kept. Losing weight and keeping in shape, not so much!
Q: What is your favorite genre to read?
A: I love to read all genres from historical romance to contemporary, and everything in between. However, paranormal is my favorite to read and write.
Q: Ebook or print book, which do you prefer?
A: If you asked me this a year ago, I would have said I prefer a print book. However, delving into the world of ebook writing, and buying a tablet, I’m finding ebooks to now be my preference, with the convenience of buying from home and ease of reading.
Q: What’s the first thing you did when you received you first book contract?
A: I did what any rational adult would do. I jumped up and down for ten minutes doing the happy dance and screaming hysterically.
Q: What part of a book is the easiest for you to write and what’s the hardest?
A: I always find starting a book the easiest part and the middle unfolds wonderfully with the help of my muse. The ending is the toughest for me. I always wonder if I ended the story too soon or did I go on way longer than I should have.
Q: Who is your favorite author?
A: It’s so hard to narrow it down to one, so I’ll tell you two. I’m a huge fan of Christine Feehan and Cassandra Pierce. Both are wonderful paranormal romance writers.
Q: Chocolate or chips?
A: Without hesitation, chocolate. It’s especially nice when you share it with someone special (wink wink).
Q: If a gorgeous alpha male walked into the room, what would be the first thing you’d notice on him, or finding yourself staring at?
A: Lips. I love a nice set of lips on a hunky man. I love to imagine what he could do with them and how they would feel. Besides, I can’t stare at his package the first time I see him!
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