Miho grew up on horror, fantasy, and romance novels (although she hid the romance novels, considering she probably shouldn't have been reading them at eleven years old). She started writing horror first, but these days, her work features more boys kissing boys than heads exploding, which everyone agrees is an improvement. She has a love of all things fantastical, and her favorite romances are the ones that don't happen easily. Reading or writing about characters overcoming adversity in order to reach their happy endings, whether that's together or not, is what fuels her love of the written word.
Q: Plotter or pantser?
A: Plotter all the way. My days of pantsing, in which my stories meandered without direction and fell victim to massive plot holes, are long over.
Q: Why erotic romance?
A: I think it's a misconception that erotic romance is all about sex. I prefer my stories to have a larger plot outside of 'boy meets boy; sex ensues.’ The combination of external and internal conflict, combined with a romantic and sexual resolution is what makes romance so satisfying.
Q: What genres do you write in?
A: I'm a fan of all genres, and my writing reflects that. I've written contemporary, paranormal, sf/f, and dystopian. I'll write whatever inspires me.
Q: Who is your favorite writer?
A: It's impossible to name just one writer. I've read and loved too many, including Margaret Atwood, JRR Tolkien, JK Rowling, Neil Gaiman and John Green.
Q: Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?
A: Honestly, the best advice is also the most well-worn: never give up. Keep writing, keep striving, keep reaching for that dream.
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