Q: How much time do you spend writing?
A: As much as possible. Some days that means hours.
Q: Do you enjoy it?
A: I enjoy it when it's going smoothly. I hate it when I can't write a single sentence that works.
Q: Why erotic romance?
A: It's what I like to read, so it's what I write. Sometimes I read one or two paragraphs of my own work and say to myself: “You are really, really good.” When it's someone else's book, it's "I wish I had written something this good."
Q: What would you compare writing to?
A: Chocolate. I enjoy it, but it's not always good for me.
Q: How do you get your ideas?
A: Anything can trigger me off. I usually have to have at least one character, or scene, to start plotting. That's the best part about the process, making it up. Putting it on a paper (so to speak) is a lot harder. And the story always sounds better in my head, which can be really annoying.
Q: Are you currently working on something?
A: As always, lots of things. Just wait and see.
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