I live in Melbourne, Australia with my husband, two children and a Maltese Jack Russell who can't stop barking. I had my first idea for a story whilst working as a chef at the local pub. I have been addicted to reading since my ninth grade teacher read us The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. From then on I read anything I could get my hands on. Now, I love to read stories with a happy-ever-after ending, especially erotic romance. When I’m not running after my kids, I usually can be found cooking, reading or writing.
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Q: Do you plot out a story before you start?
A: I’m a huge plotter. I work out the characters, their physical appearance and background. Then I have a story outline, which keeps my story on path. Whilst I write I also take notes to keep track of my characters. Otherwise I am forever backtracking to check what I wrote. I end up with four or five pages about my story. What can I say, I love to be organized and I love paperwork.
Q: Who are your favorite Authors?
A: My all time favorite authors are Julie Garwood, Janet Evanovich and Johanna Lindsey. I also love to read and was inspired by Sophie Oak, Becca Van, Stormy Glenn, Lynn Hagen, Cooper McKenzie, Reece Butler and lots more.
Q: Have you always wanted to write? And why romance?
A: I have always had ideas for stories that I have wanted to write. It was just never the right time in my life. Now I feel that I am at a place where I can finally give writing the time it needs and do justice to the stories.
Romance novels of any genre (my favorite being erotica) are what I love. I couldn’t see myself writing anything else with as much passion as I do romance. I always want my characters to fall in love and have a happy ever after.
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: When I finally do have spare time, after the housework is done, the kids are taken care of and I have done some writing, I like to read and catch up on shows with my husband. I also like to go out with my girlfriends for dinner and a chat.
Q: Where do you get your ideas?
A: Most of my ideas hit me when I’m not even thinking about my stories. I’ll be lying in bed or watching something on telly and something will catch my attention or pop into my head. I quickly write it down so I don’t forget it. I now have a notepad that I write my ideas in.
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