FAQs

Q: I loved Marcy’s Playground. Do you have plans for a sequel?
A:  Yes; the second book in that series, Bevvie’s Playground, stars the same cast of characters. It’s a full-length novel available now. The third book in that series, Emily’s Playground, is coming soon.
Q: Did you always want to write erotica? How did you get into it?

A:  NO!  I never imagined that I would ever write erotica.  (Who does?)  I started out in high school, and then college, writing sci-fi.  After college I began writing romance novels.  In 2012, I transitioned to romance/erotica, and it was a somewhat natural transition, because I had already been writing action-romances for so many years. In the next few years action/adventure will play an even bigger role in my books.

Q: Are you naturally a sensual person?

A:  Well, Duh!

Q: What are you working on now?

A:  See News section.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?

A:  I get asked this question a lot.  Getting a barrage of ideas has never been a problem for me.  They come from daydreams, fantasies, and stories I hear from friends.  They come from the deep little perversions and glories of my mind, and maybe the great Universe and all its muses.  Getting ideas is never a problem.  Having the discipline to write them down and turn every sentence into a gem, now that’s a challenge.

Q: How much do you write, how often, and when?

A:  I try to write 2,000 words a day, day in and day out, no matter what.  That said, some days I fall short.  I usually write at night, when the world is quiet.  If I research, write, and edit diligently every day, I have at least a book and a few short stories to share each year.

Q: Have you ever done any of the things you write about?

A:  I plead the fifth!  This is fiction, Dude!  FICTION!  I would never do any of this stuff.  (Cough.) I can’t believe you asked that.  I am not my characters.  I’m not a gay male, or an eighteen-year-old gymnast, or a dirty old man.  I think.

Q: Are you male or female?

A:  Female.

Q: What do you like most about writing?

A:  The things I like most about writing are: being in the flow, feeling like I’m doing what life intended me to do, knowing that I’m making people happy, creating funny characters, getting positive letters from fans, and when someone who I barely knew becomes a friend.