Felicia Fern works as a graphic designer during the day, and loves penning erotic romance at night. A sadist who loves watching her heroes and heroines break their backs trying to earn their happy endings, Fel likes throwing in the occasional dash of the unknown to the usual romantic concoction. Her favorite pairings include MM and ménage, and she favors the paranormal.

Visit her website at: www.felfern.blogspot.com

Email her at: [email protected]

Q: Where do the your ideas come from?

A: Anywhere. Everywhere. Sometimes my stories stem from real experiences, emotions and people. Other times they’re made up or when I get inspiration while watching a show, reading a book or playing a game.

I guess the most unexpected idea came when I was still in school, studying for finals in a donut shop, and imagining a group of characters being swallowed into a space-time vortex while eating donuts in a shop on a rainy day. These characters then get tossed into a fantasy world and experience their share of adventures. And sadly no, I’ve never managed to finish up the story.

Q: Do you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes you?

A: I used to be a panster and simply just write what comes to mind, but I found myself revising entire chunks afterwards. These days, I make sure I have a rough and workable outline before starting any project. Occasionally though, I get these instantaneous inspiration bursts and go all out on a story one-shot.

Q: What is your writing day like? Do you write every day, 5 days a week or as and when?

A: Most of the time I manage to stick to my 2k words daily word count. Like most writers with a day job, I do all my writing at night and I try to keep to my word count no matter what. I don’t write everyday though. One of the best pieces of writing advice I’ve ever gotten was to leave a slot during the week to relax and unwind so I keep my weekends free.

Q: Any tips on how to get through the dreaded writer’s block?

A: Put aside what you’re currently working on. Leave it for a day, a week, or even months to stew. I’m a firm believer in giving your work the time it needs. When I’m feeling burned out, I eat expensive cake, go out with friends, and generally do what makes me happy. Trust me, you come out feeling a lot better the next day.

Q: Any words you would like to say to your readers?

A: Thank you for all your support, and for deciding to spend some of your time in my fantasy worlds. I always welcome any comments and suggestions.

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