Let’s talk with the lovely Brit, Lisa Worrall!
So if I were to come visit, what would be the must see in your fair country?
Oooh, what a cracking question. Um… well the obvious ones would be Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Nelson’s Column, all the usual tourist must-do’s in London. The not so obvious ones would be some of my favourite places, like Southend Pier and Old Leigh where I live. A little further is Audley End which is a fabulous old manor house in Saffron Walden, Essex. I believe they filmed some of the scenes for Pearl … Continue reading
Shereadsalot wants to know…
How long have you been writing?
I was an only child, so even at a very young age writing was a big form of entertainment. When you don’t have people to talk to all the time, you tend to invent your own. I picked up the bug for storytelling again about five years ago. My first submission resulted in an acceptance to Best Women’s Erotica 2011 with my ménage story Two for One.
What was your favorite scene to write in Polished?
Oh this isn’t so … Continue reading
Check out Will’s upcoming book – PItch – and enter to win beginning 8/5!
Grand prize: Signed copy of Pitch and a $25 gift card to the winner’s choice of online book reseller.
The day Jackson Kern walks into Taylor Andrews’s classroom is a momentous day in Taylor’s life. He’s had crushes before, sure, but as time goes on, this is starting to look a whole lot more serious. Still, Jackson doesn’t return Taylor’s feelings.
Taylor has his own admirers, though. Kevin Richards is used to … Continue reading
Let’s chat with the very talented and very sweet author of Superhero – Eli Easton.
How did you get into writing m/m? What inspires you (besides beautiful men that is)?
Like a lot of m/m writers I’ve met, I got into it through fan fiction. I wrote four mainstream novels some years ago and the last one took me three years and I got rather burnt-out and discouraged when it didn’t sell hugely. So I stopped writing fiction for a while. Then last year I became obsessed with BBC Sherlock … Continue reading
At thirty-six Ian feels done with the world. When a night at a bar goes as poorly as expected, he wants only to return home to be miserable in peace. Instead, he encounters Jordan. Hot, young and interested, Jordan is everything Ian’s ever wanted and nothing he believes himself capable of actually obtaining.
Jordan has enough going on in his life trying to scrape together a living for himself and his autistic son. When he meets Ian, all he wants is a brief, erotic moment and … Continue reading
Hi Anyta!! Thank you for being here! Let us discuss…
Where do you usually work?
In a shared office/studio with two very talented photographers, an IT administrator, and a web designer. And on occasion, I like to fit the cliché and work in a café. Nights, I work in my bed with my cats draped over my arms. (Making typing a challenge, believe me.)
Do you have a “day job” besides writing?
Besides taking care of my child, writing is what I do fulltime. Sometimes even in the middle of the … Continue reading
HI JC! Thanks for being here! Okay, tough probing question: chocolate or vanilla?
JC – That is a tough one! Let’s see… If it’s ice cream, then vanilla. If it’s cake, chocolate.
You’ve written BDSM, MM, MF, paranormal and contemporary. What is your favorite genre to write? To read?
JC – I enjoy paranormal and MM the most when writing. When reading, it’s mostly old-school fantasy, actually.
Which of your characters do you think is the closest to your own personality? Why?
JC – Probably Farrell from Pack War. He’s very … Continue reading
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
My name is Jay Bell, and I grew up in Kansas where tornados regularly failed to transport me to a magical land. Tired of waiting, I decided to move to Germany, mostly because I fell in love, but I was also eager to reboot my career. I was working in the computer industry, but I’d always wanted to write. Starting a new life here gave me that opportunity. Since then I’ve written seven novels and a handful of short … Continue reading
We sit down to discuss all manner of things with the very versatile Gina A Rogers….
How long have you been writing?
I’ve enjoyed writing ever since I can remember but I put my first story on paper exactly a year ago for the M/M Romance group’s Love is Always Write event on Goodreads. I actually have a secret diary of sorts I’ve been keeping for years with lots and lots of ideas and whole story outlines in it but it took the friendly and supportive M/M community to … Continue reading