Q. Who is your favorite author?
Stephen King is a living legend. He evokes terror and emotion in the reader so effortlessly, absolutely genius. Like romance, horror can tend to become clichéd, but he inspires me to think outside of the box. He’s the reason I began writing. I always had an obsession with the horror genre and began writing my own in the first grade. As far as erotic romance, Stormy Glenn satisfies my tomboy side with intense action and plot twists while conveying the love between her characters like no other.
Q. Who is your favorite fictional couple?
Clarence and Alabama Worley (Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette) from Quentin Tarantino’s True Romance were perfection. Clarence was geeky, sweet and gentle one moment, then a smart, ruthless badass with a gun the next. Alabama came from a damaged past yet remained endearing and adorable.
Q. What are your turn-ons and turnoffs?
Turn-ons: garter belts, cologne, gifts, bubble baths, beer, shaggy hair, being spoiled, stilettos, travel
Turnoffs: bigotry, guys who “hate books” (who admits that?), tighty-whities, bills, a guy who can’t throw a ball
Q. Ménage is your sub-genre of choice. Have you ever been in a situation when two men competed for your attention at the same time?
My first kiss was actually twins during Seven Minutes in Heaven in middle school. And so it began…
Q. Describe your ideal man.
There’s nothing I love more than a southern gentleman. Brainy, witty guys who can make me laugh are my kryptonite. I also have a thing for nice guys (weird, I know).
Q. Favorite place you’ve visited.
As a college graduation present, my mother sent me to Amsterdam. I can’t even put into words how divine that place is. The people, the architecture, the history, it was Heaven on Earth to the extreme.
Q. Where do you get your inspiration?
I talk to my best friend every night on the phone about everything from gossip to what we wouldn’t give for an hour with Jake Gyllenhaal (hell, I’d work with five minutes). When we met over thirteen years ago, he was the first person I’d met that was as fashion and boy-crazy as I was. We stuck out of our small town like sore thumbs, and he’s been my gay husband ever since. He inspires me to stretch my imagination, never be afraid to be different, and experience each day like it’s my last.
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