Q: Do you really believe in happily-ever-afters?
A: Absolutely! I’m living mine. I believe everyone has a happy ending waiting to happen. Sometimes you just have to go out and get it instead of waiting for it to come to you.
Q: What kind of research do you do for your books?
A: I generally tend to write about places that I’ve lived in or been to. I’ll do some research on the Internet if I’m not sure about something. Mostly I ask a ton of questions to anyone willing to answer. Or I will just create a whole new world where the rules are whatever I want them to be!
Q: What is your day job?
A: First and foremost, I’m a wife and a mother - which we all know means cook, maid, teacher, doctor, referee etc. Other than that, I’m a writer.
Q: What do you enjoy besides writing?
A: I love cute shoes, chocolate chip cookies, big jewelry, and football. I also love hot baths, hotter coffee, cute shoes, good books, tattoos, and dancing in the rain. Did I mention cute shoes?
Q: If you didn’t write, what would you do?
A: Probably go insane! Ha ha! I think I’d like to work with animals. I don’t have the attention span to become a vet, so maybe a vet tech.
Q: Do you have a favorite author?
A: I have several. I love to read and usually finish 4-5 books a week. Jeaniene Frost, J.R. Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Larissa Ione are just a few of my favorites.
Q: Where do you get ideas for your books?
A: Anywhere and everywhere - songs, movies, dreams, the news. My friends’ lives are practically HBO specials waiting to happen.
Q: What is your favorite quote?
A: “Light up the darkness.” – Bob Marley.
Q: Why write homoerotic romance?
A:. The simple answer is because I want to. I love everything about men and find them fascinating as well as vastly entertaining. I believe the dynamics of any relationship are based upon individual personalities, no matter what body parts are involved.
Q: How do you develop your characters’ personalities? How do you know what they’re going to do in certain situations?
A: I don’t. I start with a general idea that usually ends up being all wrong. Within the first chapter, my characters develop minds of their own and lead me where they want me to go. They’re the heroes of the book. I’m just the bard that tells their story.
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