Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.
Hi (waves) I’ve just released the third book in the Pure Series. I have two paranormal (werewolf shifters) being released 6/30 and 7/30. I started writing just over a year and a half ago, after wanting to do it for a lot of years. I moved to the U.S. five years ago from England and it inspired me!
One of my absolutes in my writing is a happy ending. If I wanted real life, I’d watch the news.
What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it?
Pure – Innocence. At the end of book two in the series, the psycho that has been torturing and murdering submissives has been caught, His last victim, Oliver is barely alive. Damon, a private detective and a big bad ass Dom runs in and helps the feds. He unties Oliver, and cradles him while the feds make sure its safe for the paramedics to go in. And somehow, in the weeks that follow, Damon doesn’t seem to be able to let Oliver go.
Do you have any unusual writing habits?
Well, not sure if its unusual – but I’m most productive between around 4am and 7am.
What authors, or books have influenced you?
I love Shannon West, Jessie G, Kendall Mckenna, KC Wells
What are you working on now?
Edits for Sirius’ Wolves part one and two. (MMMM) I’m also writing an mm regency historical
What is your best method or website when it comes to promoting your books?
FB/Twitter and blogs
Do you have any advice for new authors?
Be careful what you say in the supermarket…This happened a few days ago. I had a very involved and heated telephone discussion with a fellow writer (plot point) about safety razors and the difficulty of just walking into a supermarket and buying something to cut your wrist with. I tend to forget what the conversation can sound like to someone else who doesn’t know you are talking about a book.
I also forgot my buddy had called me while I was pushing a cart around the supermarket. When I put the phone away and looked up, the cashier and five customers in line were looking at me with equally horrified expressions. So what do i say? “it’s a book i’ve read” or even “it’s a book I’m writing” No, I have to say “Well, its less messy than a gun.”
…someday someone may have to post bail for me…
What is the best advice you have ever heard?
Don’t open that bottle of wine…
What are you reading now?
I’ve just finished tricking Chase by Jessie G – amazing
What’s next for you as a writer?
Pure (4). Sirius’ Wolves (3) I’ve just finished writing a shifter novel with Shannon West which was really exciting, as I’ve never co-authored before and she is a dream to work with. My mm historical. I’m editing a m/f paranormal which I hope to publish in August, and then I’m trying to schedule a nervous breakdown for September. (if I have time)
What is your favorite book of all time?
Jo’s Boys. It was the sequel to Little Women by Louisa Alcott, I read it when I was about ten years old and I’ve never forgotten it.