Q: Describe a typical writing day.
A: I think I do most of my work at night while I’m trying to fall asleep. The sexy dreams just won’t stop. As soon as I wake, I get up and start writing. I’m lucky enough to overlook the North Carolina Mountains and am able sit by a running stream while I work. Now that’s heaven.
Q: How many stories do you have at any given time?
A: I write one at a time but am always thinking about the next story. I really love connected series as I like to revisit the same wonderful characters and setting for several stories.
Q: Where do you get your ideas?
A: Everywhere. It could be from a person’s comment, from reading, from the world around me. Now that I write sexy stories, it’s easy to lie in bed and dream.
Q: How real are your characters while you write them?
A: As much as I hate to admit it, a bit of me is in each of my characters. As the story grows, I fall in love with the hero and must admire the heroine. I try to have each of them learn a lesson, which might be a lesson I, too, need to learn.
Q: What are your future plans for your writing?
A: I mostly plan on writing ménages, as the interplay between multiple men and one woman fascinates me, but I might slip in a few classics every now and then.
Q: Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?
A: The most important thing is perseverance. Write every day and give yourself permission to write bad stuff. A very wise teacher once told me you can’t edit a blank page. Lastly, join a writer’s group for support and to learn for others and then to help others.
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