Sunny Day's main preoccupation in life is reading and/or writing books, though she much prefers reading what someone else wrote. She is thirty something, single, and can usually be found attached to her laptop. Her only form of exercise is bouncing up and down when whatever story she is working on shapes well. She hopes readers will enjoy this one.

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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