Do you prefer to write erotic or sweet? I prefer sweet with a touch of heat. Call me old-fashioned, but unless the details of the sex act are important to the story, I don't need the physical details. I trust my readers can fill in the blanks when I close the bedroom door.
Where do you see yourself in five years? Believe it not, the same place I am today. I have a good job that gives me time for writing, and I live close to where I like to spend my time–the mountains. When I get rich, maybe I’ll move into a small town way up in the mountains.
Finish this sentence: I know I’ve made it when I develop a fan base that can't wait for my next release.
What advice would you give aspiring writers? Write. Even if it's bad, the act of getting your thoughts written out will help you become better.
What do you see yourself writing in the future? I'm currently working on a mystery with a strong romantic element. Some of my readers have asked me to write a sequel to my current book, Wolves' Pawn, and that's a possibility. One of the minor characters has been bugging me to write her story.
If you could have one superpower what would it be and why? I don't know if you would consider it a superpower, but I'd love to be a healer. I've known too many people with medical issues that even our modern medicine can't fix, and I'd love to be able to help them.
What time of the day are you at your best to write? Evenings. I work a full-time job and although I might get some writing done on my breaks, I can concentrate on my story in the evenings.
What do you look at first with an attractive man or woman, face, body or smile? It's the eyes. Always the eyes. After that the smile.
Explain your perfect day. A lazy day when I can sleep in, then get up and watch a gentle snow fall while sipping on a cup of hot chocolate. Eventually I’d start writing, and the words would flow easily. I’d finish the day reading a good book while snuggling with my hubby.
Do you have a favorite holiday what is it and what makes it special to you? I don't really have a “favorite” holiday. I enjoy any holiday that gives me time to spend with my family.
What key words describe you best? I always hate this sort of question, but I'll give it my best shot. Patient, caring and creative come to mind. But I can also be stubborn when I want to be.
There are very few ladies I've met you don't love chocolate. If they don't I start to worry lol! I love your key words to describe yourself. All authors seem to be stubborn, it must be an inbred trait for any of us who write.
Alright, the suspense is killing me and I know my readers would love to know about your book.
Dot waited for instinct to scream at her, but it stayed silent. She didn’t have the energy to run any more anyway. He held out his hand to help her up. “The Jeep is just on the other side of the hill. Do you think you can make it or do you need to rest more? We’re good for now, but I still want to get out of here as soon as possible.”
Where can we buy your book?