Sam Crescent is passionate about fiction. She loves a good erotic romance and so it only made sense for her to spread her wings and start writing. She began writing in 2009 and finally got that first acceptance in 2011.
She loves creating new characters and delving into the worlds that she creates. When she’s not panicking about a story or arguing with a character, she can be found in her kitchen creating all kinds of havoc. Like her stories, the creations in the kitchen can be just as dubious but sometimes things turn out great.
Q: What inspires you to write?
A: Everything. There has not been a day that goes by where I haven’t found some form of inspiration. Most of mine can be found while I’m walking or simply stand at my cooker. I’ve found cooking can help my mind drift, and many stories have been created during this method.
Q: What made you decide to become a writer?
A: I love books and over the years this has built into a passion. One day I sat down and I saw a storyline play out in my head. I grabbed a notebook and began to write what I’d thought. Before long my story had characters and a plot and then I started writing. Since then I haven’t been able to stop and I love writing.
Q: What are your guilty pleasures?
A: Vampire Diaries; I can’t get enough of Damon. Chocolate and strawberry cheesecake ice-cream.
Q: What do you love to read in your spare time? Favourite authors?
A: I will read anything but I’m a sucker for a romance. I have so many authors who I love to read; Delilah Hunt, Sophie Oak, Heather Rainier, Missy Martine, Stacey Espino, and E L James to name a few.
Q: What made you decide to write a ménage romance?
A: I love the concept of two men being completely devoted to one woman. I guess it is something I love to read about and the challenge it posed me as a writer. I wanted to delve into two complex characters who in their own way wanted to be with the same woman. I know it won’t be my last ménage.
Q: What made you decide to submit to Siren?
A: I’ve loved reading their books and I’ve gotten to know several of their authors who compliment them, and I knew I wanted to write for them. Getting an acceptance has been a dream come true and I can’t wait for my story to be released by them.
Q: What do you do when you’re not writing?
A: I always keep a notebook spare because ideas come to me all the time. Usually, I read a lot or take long walks. I also have a thing for cookbooks and cookery shows. I love to cook.
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