Q: How long do you write a day?
A: I try to write at least once a day. Sometimes it could only be for an hour or so, but when I have an idea I could be typing away for hours. Six hours is the longest I wrote in one go without stopping. When I work long shifts, I can’t always write, but when an idea comes to my mind, I find the nearest pen and paper and jot notes down. My work colleagues are forever finding my notes throughout the building.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Apart from reading and writing, I love watching movies, shopping and, though most people consider it boring, I love playing board games. I also love taking my dog out for walks. Cooking is a great joy for me and I love creating new dishes to test on family and friends.
Q: What types of books do you like to read?
A: I love most books from historic to autobiographies but I have to admit, paranormal romances are my favourite. I get sucked into the story so much that if something sad happens, you will find me blubbering away with a box of tissues. I also love reading BDSM and ménage.
Q: What is your favourite thing about writing?
A: It would have to be creating the relationship between the characters. Watching them grow and bond with each other. Also I love to escape into the book, into the area, the people and the story.
Q: Do you have any type of routine while writing?
A: I wouldn’t say routine, but there are a few things that have to happen while I’m writing. The first is coffee. I will be getting the next cup ready five minutes after the first. I also need snacks while writing, chips and candy. I like peace and quiet while I’m writing and have often thrown whatever is close at hand at my other half when he comes into the dining room where I write and distracts me.
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