Fiona Blackthorne

Average Rating:

Fiona Blackthorne gets very little sleep because of all the crazy dreams she has that turn into book plots. She requires her laptop, white wine and a sleepy puppy on her feet in order to write. Despite having taken long detours of careers in marketing and higher education, she has finally come back to writing, which is what she always meant to do if life hadn’t gotten in the way of things. It takes an entire village to produce a Fiona Blackthorne book, and she owes it all to her parents, her husband, her friend in Alaska, and her dog.

Q: What do you like to read?

A: I read everything, from literary horror, to history and non-fiction. I like modern Japanese fiction and really thick, detailed, engrossing historical fiction. I read some romance and erotica to juice up my inspiration, but because this is my “work” genre, I like to explore other things for my “after hours” reading. 


Q: Why write erotica?

A: I believe that it’s important to explore and express the joy and freedom of sensuality and sexuality. It’s an affirmation of all that is beautiful about the act of making love, and I am fascinated by the way we are transformed by love and sex. It’s something that I’ll never get tired of exploring.


Q: What do you like to do in your copious spare time?

A: Walk my dog. Read. Occasionally crochet badly. Read. Walk my dog. Cook. Read. Walk my dog.


A: What would I find in your refrigerator right now?

A: Ingredients for my fabulous tortilla pizzas (recipe on my blog!). Strategically boxed portions of baked herbed chicken and wild rice for my husband to take to work. Cucumbers, onions, tomatoes and feta cheese for Greek salads. Creamer. Kalamata olives. White wine.


Q: Is Elvis really dead? 

A: Don’t be silly. He’s alive and well on the mothership.

Read more
Books Series
Recently Added 30 Day Bestsellers All-Time Bestsellers