1. Tell us a little bit about yourself. How does your day go? What keeps you writing?
I write for about 4 hours a day; this doesn’t include emails, writing guest blogs and getting my columns in order. Those 4 are dedicated to my creative writing, hence the need to now wear a wrist guard! I’ve always been a writer and all I can say is that I am compelled to write, it really is an incessant need to write that drives me. That saying about to writing because you have to, I believe it.
2. What brought you to writing erotica? What do you love about it?
I actually answered a submission call for a Christmas story on Silver Publishing’s website back in 2010, never thinking anything would come of it, as I don’t usually write erotic romance, but they accepted it and the came A Valentine for Evrain and then a second contract so I went with it. I love writing period; I don’t know that there is something specific about erotica that I love. I just enjoy writing in any genre I can challenge myself with.
3. What are you working on now?
I’m writing a novella that is swiftly reaching novel word counts, it’s actually a little frightening when you think you’re writing a short piece and it turns into something far more complex. I’m just along for the ride, far be it for me to question the creative flow.
4. What is your—or your character’s—favorite erotic book? Sexy movie? Sex toy?
My favorite erotic movie is Wild Orchid from the 80’s but I also am a huge Sharon Stone guy, so Basic Instinct is up there, so is The Lover which is also one of my favorite pieces of erotica.
5. What’s the one thing you’ve always wanted to do? The top thing on your personal bucket list?
Be recognized as a writer.
6. What’s your personal romantic (or erotic) fantasy?
Someone coming over and cleaning my house; scrub my floors and I’ll make you dinner.
Earthly Concerns is an erotic nightmare, with a fable element. It really is a story about the power of generosity, generosity of spirit and the price of selfishness. While there is an erotic romance involved, there are forces at work in the story that scare me and hopefully will frighten readers too.
Between love and loss, there is obligation…
It was a peaceful night when Barrett and his daughter were driving home… then something happened. Something sinister.
Between shadow and light, there is uncertainty…
Now the only person Barrett can turn to for help is Anson, a man gifted with psychic abilities beyond reason. But Anson is also his ex-boyfriend, a man whose heart he’d already broken.
If you can see, you have to help.
As Anson delves deeper into the circumstances surrounding Barrett’s accident, he begins to realize that he’s not only in a race against time, but in a battle against his own broken heart and the terrifying understanding that whatever has taken Barrett’s child is a force of evil beyond anything either man has ever encountered.
And between decision and consequences, there are… Earthly Concerns