Q: Why do you write?
A: I write to help people escape everyday struggles, and because my characters won't stop talking.
Q: How long have you been writing?
A: I started writing in grade school, and I was bound and determined my characters would have ‘real’ ghosts and goblins, unlike the characters in Scooby Doo.
Q: What is your favorite historical romance?
A: I have three that I take down and read every year.
The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen E Woodiwiss.
Paint the Wind by Cathy Cash Spellman (my son is actually named after the hero).
By Right of Arms by Robyn Carr
Q: Why historical romance?
A: I have a strong interest in history. I believe it has shaped our lives and continues to, to this day.
Q: Will we ever find out what the unfortunate incident was that drove Pierre and Collin from Paris?
A: You find out in book two when Pierre becomes the hero.
Q: Is the closing of establishments that catered to gay men a historical fact?
A: Sex outside marriage was considered a crime and just like today, prostitution was a crime. There were in fact gay brothels and they were referred to as a Molly House. Their crimes were punished more severely for obvious reasons.
Q: You wrote a ManLove novel. Are you a bisexual?
A: No, I was happily married for sixteen years and am now involved in a heterosexual relationship today. I do however have a very dear friend who is a lesbian. I hold absolutely no judgment on same-sex relationships.
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