Q: What genres do you write in?
A: I like to write a variety, but my favorite genres are paranormal, BDSM and historical. I also enjoy dark fantasy and contemporary. Shifters and ménage seem to find their way into a lot of my books, but not always.
Q: Where do you get your inspiration from?
A: Pretty much anywhere. Sometimes a song will move me and an idea will spark, or something someone said in passing got a plot unraveling in my head. There are times I'm just doing whatever and all of a sudden I have a new idea for a story.
Q: What type of music do you listen to while writing?
A: It depends on my mood. I have my favorites, but sometimes I'll listen to a song that reminds me of the characters in the story I'm working on, or an artist the character really likes. I will listen to pretty much anything but gangster rap.
Q: Do you usually work on one book at a time, or do you have several projects going at once?
A: I generally have a few stories started at once, but will usually only focus on one or two at a time.
Q: What type of hero is your favorite?
A: That's tough. I like to write about different types of heroes. Alphas, betas, omegas, tortured heroes, antiheroes. They're all good. My favorite to write, though, is probably the tortured hero. My heart goes out to the ones that need healing or redemption. It creates a complex character and involves a good deal of psychological aspects sometimes.
Q: What type of beverage do you drink while you write?
A: Usually water, but my absolute favorite is a blended mocha from Dutch Bros. Coffee. Give me one of those, put on some love songs and I'm happy, hyper and typing away at my stories.
Q: If you weren't writing what would you be doing?
A: Probably going to school for cosmetology or to get certified as a personal trainer. I love health, fitness and beauty.
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