Serenity Snow is a voracious reader of romances, especially paranormal romances. She loves a happy ending, but she doesn’t have anything against a happy for now ending either. Serenity thinks fall is the perfect time of year for romance because the weather is still warm enough for walks in the park and pretty enough to create a romantic atmosphere for outdoor dining.
Serenity loves a good debate, has a quirky sense of humor and loves a good joke as long as it’s not on her. Possessing a creative mind, scrapbooking is something Serenity finds allows her creative spirit to soar as much as writing does.
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Q: What inspired you to write FF romance?
A: As a female, I know how beautiful the female form can be. From the way a woman moves to the way she talks can be a sensual experience for the person watching her. The right soft scent and lingerie makes a woman even more alluring and it is that along with the strength of a woman in and out of love that I was tempted to attempt to capture.
Q: Your first book is about two women in a BDSM relationship. What do you think of BDSM?
A: BDSM is an erotic lifestyle that I think is as much about sexual power and energy as it is about emotional control of oneself. It’s about discipline in bed and out. I think there is an allure about one woman having erotic control of another woman and pushing her past what she thinks she can handle sexually. A little pain with a little pleasure is like a little sip of a fine wine.
Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of writing?
A: I love to read as most writers do. I also love to engage in anything that allows me to be creative including trying my hand at drawing. I’m not very good at it, but it’s the fact that I can allow my mind to see things from more than one angle and try to capture that from my own perspective that I enjoy.
Q: Your bio makes you seem like an island alone in the sea. Are you married?
A: No, I’m happily single. I enjoy romance as much as any girl, but I love my space.
Q: When you write, do you outline or just fly by the seat of your pants?
A: I’ve always hated outlining I thought it stifled my creativity. But I always start with an idea sort of like a book blurb. I plan the characters names first and then decide where I want them to go. Without a name I can’t even start to write, let alone plan. I am learning to outline though. Well, I’m learning to plan all of my major scenes.
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