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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