Sunday, February 23, 2014

Blog Hop - Behind the Scenes

Special thanks to the hot, sexy, and talented L. Maretta for tagging me in her blog post.   

  • Read her hop answers and check out here books here.
  • You can also get into her head by following her on Twitter.


Now I have some questions to answer.  Hope you enjoy!

What are you working on right now?

I've got a few more stories to finish before I can publish my first book.  I've got three stories I am currently in the middle of writing.  One is about a man who gets a surprise threesome from his wife for his birthday.  Another story is about a wife who loses a bet to her husband and has to become his sex slave for the weekend.  The third story is about a girl who discovers she has the power to bake sexual feelings into the foods she is making.  She takes this newly learned power and opens up a very popular bakery in town!

How does your work differ from others in its genre?

I don't like to mess around when getting to the good stuff.  Many books create an entire story with characters they need to develop and a plot line that runs through the entire book.  These books often have very hot and heavy sex scenes but they are often too few and far between for my tastes.  When I want to read erotica I want the goods right then and there so I made my stories just the sexy stuff.  No real character development, no real plot line, just hot sex.  That's why I call my blog Quick and Dirty… that's the way I like it.

Why do you write erotic romance?

I actually started writing as a way to get more followers for a twitter account (I was playing the role of Jack Hyde for a 50 shades role play group).  I started out by saying that I would post an S&M story when I got to 200 followers.  Well I got to 200 followers faster than I thought so I ended up making up this erotic story live.  As fast as I could think of the story I was typing it into twitter.  It was crazy.  The next time I set a goal and asked followers questions they could vote on for how the story would go.  I asked about location and sex toys and number of people involved, etc.  That was a fun one as well getting the audience participation and it ended up being a really great story as well.  Now I don't do the role play anymore (too busy!) but I got so many kind comments on how great my stories were that I felt the need to start my own blog to publish these stories and give myself the chance to continue writing more.  My next goal is to get a group of these mini erotica stories together and to publish my first Kindle book.

How does your writing process work?

Unlike other authors who set aside time every day to write, I tend to only write when I'm in the mood or I have a specific deadline for a project, which is why it is taking me FOREVER to finish my book!  There are times when I can write two or three stories in a week, and other times when I will go months without writing a single story.  When I do write a story I tend to write it very fast (within an hour or two) and I don't go back for edits or rewrites.  Once it's done, it's done.  I think that is a trait I learned from doing it on Twitter.  I also like to get audience involvement still.  I am constantly asking my husband and friends about hot situations they would like to see a story about.  Or once I do have a story idea, I might throw out questions to help with fun details or twists that I can add to the story.  I don't think a single story of mine is complete my own because I get so many ideas from those around me.

Tag!  Jake's It!

So now that you had a chance to find out a little more about me, check out my friend Jake Malden to find out more about him and his hotter than hell stories!  You can also follow him on Twitter.


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