Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.
Taken from the “About Me” page on my website…
Rebekah S. Fiore authors stories that capture the sweet essence of adult relationships, delightful fun, romance, fantasies, sensual pleasure, Eros and the passions we all experience and seek in our daily lives. Every character, setting and conversation keeps the reader engaged in a delicious story development designed to give the sensation of “being there” within the plot, assuring the reader of a sensory romp that lingers long after the story ends. Believing that love, romance and erotic pleasure were created to fulfill our natural lives with joy, she gravitates to the tastefully erotic genre with great enthusiasm; the goal is leaving the reader on the edge of sensual meltdown by the end of each chapter!
Rebekah is married and was born in 1980, she lives in a beautiful rural area, attended college in the eastern United States with professional backgrounds in psychology and sociology. The mother of two active sons, she enjoys regular family treks into the outdoors to stay in shape, photography, camping, occasional SCUBA diving and reading other romance genre author’s work. Her professional work finds her traveling several times a year to some interesting cities and settings and are often included as venues in her writings as she immerses her readers in the environments of each character. As of May 2016 she has self published two books
What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it?
My latest book, Apparitions, was published in May 2016. It was inspired by the dreams we all have.
Do you have any unusual writing habits?
While I type all my stories from the first draft to the final ready-for-publication document, when it comes to the synopsis, I only reach for the keyboard when the absolute final copy is ready, preferring instead to handwrite it.
What are you working on now?
My work in progress is a story that will be my first full-length erotic romance. It will be released late 2016.
Do you have any advice for new authors?
We all have to start somewhere. Grasp your idea and run with it. The first draft is just that, a rough version that will be polished with each edit.
What is the best advice you have ever heard?
If you’re hit by the dreaded writer’s block, leave the story there and move onto something that flows for you. For me, in my work in progress, that was sometimes sections of dialog that were many chapters ahead of where I was then focused.
What are you reading now?
Honestly, I’m reading the latest draft of my work in progress, before I move onto the next edit.
What’s next for you as a writer?
While I’m working on my work in progress, the following story is beginning to take shape in my mind. So the next step, possibly before my w-i-p is finished, will be to outline that story.