Randy Wiggins

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Randy Wiggins, author of Going Home, lives in Columbus, Georgia. This is his first novel with hopefully many more to come. Randy spends his time reading many genres of novels, writing. and adding to his collection of over 1,000 books by various authors. Randy has been disabled since 1999 and took up writing again in the early 2000’s to combat boredom.

Randy is single and looking for a life partner with great amounts of patience and a love of books and movies.

Email him at: [email protected]

Q: What kind of Siren novels do you read?

A: I am partial to paranormal romances, sweet romances between older men and younger men, and sometimes raunchy M/M/M novels with more sex than plot.

Q: What led you to want to write gay romance?

A: I couldn’t really find what I was into so I decided to write what I liked to read.

Q: What do you like to do when you aren’t writing?

A: I read… A LOT.

Q: Do you like other types of books besides erotic romance?

A: I love mysteries, thrillers and the occasional Star Trek novel.

Q: Which Siren authors do you read?

A: Stormy Glenn, Lynn Hagen, Andrew Jericho, Skye Michaels to name a few.

Q: Where do you get your ideas?

A: I’ll see something in a movie and wonder what that story would be like with gay characters or often I get ideas from dreams or fantasies.

Q: What turns you off in a romance novel?

A: Bad writing, stupid mistakes in details, abusive characters, and ridiculous sex scenes.

Q: What is your favorite format to read in (print, e-book)

A: I prefer a print book above all else but more great M/M is only available in e-book so I find myself reading in that format more and more.

Q: Kindle or Nook?

A: I have one of each and I will flip back and forth depending on where I find a book I want to read.

Q: What was your first Siren M/M romance?

A: Maverick's Mate [Brac Pack 1] by Lynn Hagen

Q: What is your writing day like?

A: I actually don't always write every day. When I do I usually write for an hour or two before lunch, mid-afternoon I'll read what I wrote earlier and make any corrections or changes needed. Late in the evening I'll write some more and the next day I'll revise whatever I had written the previous night.

Q: Do you prefer long or short novels/novellas?

A: I prefer a long novel and I really love to read books in series.

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