Do you find the time to read? Not as much as I want to. Before I became a writer I would read 100 books a year. Now I’m lucky if I can get 4 finished. I love reading and I want to get back to just snuggling under the covers and reading a good book. My kindle has been very neglected lately.
Last book you purchased? Tell us about it. I have over 150 books in my TBR. So I’m way behind in my reading although I keep buying them. The last book I purchased was Cara Bristol’s Breeder. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m sure it will be terrific. The last book I read was in August while on vacation. It was Taken by a Vampire by Joey W. Hill. I love her Vampire Queen series. It was the first time that I wanted to flip to the back to see what happened to one of the characters. I was out of the country while I was reading it and I’m happy that I was. Otherwise I think I would have been emailing Joey about her character and begging for him not to die.
What is your favorite quote, by whom, and why? “There’s a little good in everybody. Some people of good for something or good for nothing.” My grandmother used to say that a lot. It usually came after someone was explaining how good their husband was. My grandmother was a hoot with a sharp tongue.
What is your favorite color? Black. It’s slimming and goes with everything. LOL
What is your favorite food? Macaroni and cheese. The cheesier the better.
What’s your favorite place in the entire world? I love tropical places. I love Jamaica, I’ve been there too many times to count, which I stopped at the 13th time. It’s always nice. The vibe is always good. There’s nothing to do but to relax and enjoy yourself. It can be a little overwhelming at first, if you don’t know how to tell people no and aren’t firm. But once you understand human nature and are easy going you can get past the high pressure sales. It’s a beautiful country.
How has your upbringing influenced your writing? My mother writes so it was something that I grew up seeing and being around. I remember growing up and she’d always be at her desk on her typewriter. I didn’t know then that’s what I wanted to do, but as the stories in my head began to take shape and my characters became louder and louder I knew what I had to do. Eva from Dangerously Mine (Loving Dangerously #1) was the first character that I wanted to complete. She’s so strong that it was no way that I couldn’t have ignored her any longer.
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Genre - Science fiction
Rating – R
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