Q: What is your writing day like?
A: I must share that I start each day by heading off to the gym where I take a spin class and do a weight training workout. Once I've gotten that checked off my list, I'm usually off to the nearest coffeehouse, where I write for several hours and then head home to catch my second wind. I squeeze in the admin stuff in the evenings so I don't lose the good part of the day generating new written words. I don't have set times, but I try to keep myself honest with the amount of hours I dedicate to my writing.
Q: Have you always wanted to be a writer?
A: Yes, the creative part of me was always hungry to be a writer, but there was another side of me that tried to be a doctor. I loved the world of medicine and enjoyed figuring out the way the human body worked. However, after a long battle of wills, my creative side won and the writing career was launched.
Q: Where do you get your ideas for your stories?
A: I have the world's best dreams. Whether I'm daydreaming or just having a good night's rest, I remember my dreams so clearly that its like watching a movie. I can take a dream and weave it into something I find magical. It's the greatest gift.
Q If you could be a paranormal character, which one would you be?
A: I'm pretty torn about this. I love vampires, but currently I'm more in love with werewolves, but I also love immortal warriors. I honestly can't make up my mind.
Q: How long does it take you to finish a book?
A: I generally give myself four to six weeks to finish a book, depending on the length. I have to admit, the fewer distractions I get, the faster I write.
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