Q: What is your writing day like?
A: I work my online day job early in the mornings, write mid-day while my child is at school, and then revise my writing at night after he goes to sleep. Honestly, I do not do this every day. Sometimes I write late at night if I get busy during the day or have a marathon moment on the weekends. I brainstorm and jot down ideas at places like the library, laundromat, and car shop.
Q: Where do you get your inspiration for your writings?
A: I get inspired from history and from observing people. I like hearing about how people met and what circumstances brought them and kept them together.
Q: Who is your favorite writer?
A: Anne Stuart. I love her writing style and dark romances, in particular.
Q: What is your favorite book ever?
A: Kathleen Winsor's Forever Amber. Her research and details place readers right into the Restoration. I like how her book was risqué for its time, but it unfolded a realistic story that did not necessarily have a HEA ending. In hindsight, it made me yearn and squeal for a sequel when I first read it and even years later. I hope they someday make a 21st century movie adaption of this amazing triumph, the thickest book I have ever read yet fastest page turner I have ever owned.
Q: What is a common motif of stories you like to read and write about?
A: Chivalry is quintessential!
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