Morgan Fox currently resides in Texas, and she has been writing paranormal romance for as long as she can remember. As a teenager she wrote dozens of short stories about love, loss, danger, and of course the seductive, paranormal bad boy.
A graduate from the University of Texas at Dallas, she was raised in Florida, but navigated to Texas as quickly as she could. Most days, you can find Morgan on her computer, diving headlong into her fierce imagination where anything can happen.
When not writing or thinking about writing, she enjoys cycling with her husband and reading all kinds of romance novels. Finding time for all things she loves can be challenging, but with a supportive husband, all things are possible.
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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