Q: What prompted you to write?
A: I love to read and have a very vivid imagination when it comes to books I love. I like to get into the characters’ heads to try and see what they are thinking. After reading way too many books I decided my characters needed their stories told too.
Q: Who are your inspirations as far as authors go?
A: My first ever romance book I read was written by J. R. Ward. I never knew vampires could be so sexy. The authors that I love that were my inspiration in writing ménage and romance between males were Stormy Glenn, Tymber Dalton, Joyee Flynn, and G.A. Hauser, to name a few.
Q: What was your reaction when you found out your book was going to be published?
A: I was basically in shock. I had to read the email three times because my eyes were filled with tears. My kids wanted to know what was wrong. I told them they were happy tears. They shrugged their shoulders at me and walk away back to watch television.
Q: What is your writing schedule?
A: I write when I can. I work a full-time job twelve hours a day and have three children at home, so there is no way to have a set schedule to write. I just make sure I always have something to write with and on when ideas come to me. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night knowing if I don’t put my ideas down I will forget them. So I get up and write, next thing I know my alarm clock is going off for me to get up and go to work.
Q: Why did you pick to write romance?
A: There is just something about true love and being mates for life. I wish the world were more like this but since it isn’t I can at least hopefully let people reading my books enjoy the fantasy for a little while.
Q: If you could pick one of your characters to have breakfast with, who would it be and why?
A: It would actually be a character that I haven’t written yet. He has been bugging me and bugging me about writing his story. When I started writing a different book I thought he was going to smother me in my sleep but he got over it. I just had to promise him a happily ever after soon. Actually breakfast sounds like a good idea, maybe if I sit down and talk to him his story will come to me quicker. So Gavin, you wanna have breakfast?
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