I really need to turn this in! I have a sweeter romance about a forty-something couple who meet in Venice and a not-sweet-at-all work involving BDSM and billionaires in the works, plus a spicy romantic comedy under my Sophie Mouette pseudonym. When those are all done, I need to start the next Duals and Donovans and Chronicles of the Malcolm books.
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Asking a paranormal writer about entities is likely to get you goofy answers! Sexual freefall is like a game of chicken, except the first one to let go wins. Drax, an undercover operative, has been branded a traitor by someone in his own government. By unlucky association, Rita and her crew are going down with him. From their first, hide-in-plain-sight quickie, danger and adrenaline fuel their erotic spark. Warning: Hero and heroine who straddle the line of criminal behavior—and definitely violate public indecency statutes. Exhibitionist, dangerous sex. Dark, sordid pasts. Wild risk-taking.
And the greatest risk of all: true love. All right, she could imagine a number of more thrilling things, including recharging the fuel cells of the Malcolm , the small independent freighter whose mechanic, backup pilot and general space-grunt she was. And failing that, at least she could read a book while she was waiting. Boring though it was, Rita was all for highly paid, legal jobs. For that matter, she was all for a new kind of neurorelay. Maybe the competition would drop the price enough that she and the rest of the crew could afford them instead of relying on old-school com-pads.
Only Mik and Gan had neurorelays, and her captain and his husband had early models that sometimes caused migraines. Her boss had a highly developed sense of outrage, and Gan just liked to smack down bullies.
Xia was looking for a chance to get laid or, failing that, to cause some amusing trouble or pick the pockets of distracted lovers. And then buy them presents with their own credit chits, because that was what felinoids did when they stole, and head back to the ship to have a drink with Buck. Buck was getting drunk, which was pretty much the way he celebrated every day he woke up and no one was shooting at him. Making sure I actually write around all the business-of-writing: marketing, edits, promo, interviews. I have books underway inspired by trips to Venice and to New Orleans.
That varies. I work with several publishers, who assign the cover designers. The writing is the easy part. Maintaining focus on it in the midst of whatever else live throws my way is the tough part. I always learn something new about my process with each book I complete.
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Hard to summarize! The books, and the memories I leave behind for people who love me are what matter. I have a huge garden, I love to cook, I bellydance and I dabble in photography.
At last, an easy question: www. I grew up on the Ayrshire coast in Scotland but now consider Warrington in the north west of England home. The hormonal changes caused by pregnancy altered how my brain works somewhat, leaving me with weird migraines — and a wonderful symptom of these happens to be compulsive writing. I think in my earlier working life, which I found tremendously rewarding, I was a writer-in-waiting.
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He wanted to explore micro-publishing and I wanted to learn more about it, too, and produce a kind of showcase of my short fiction and nonfiction. The more I learnt about the people on board, why they were there, what and where they came from, and what they endured, the more passionate I became about telling their story and raising awareness of their plight and that of their fellow emigrants and sailors. I want to haunt their memory. Yes: shit happens, no matter what you do to avoid it.
As for books, everything I read has some kind of impact, but there have been certain titles that have dramatically changed my life:. Matt Potter writes brash, colourful, acerbic flash fiction that amuses me greatly, and the Scottish author Michael J.
Malone is worth looking up for his nonfiction and crime thrillers. The confectionary industry especially those in charge of Mars, Galaxy, and Nutella — who I actually thanked in the Acknowledgments section of my shipwreck book. Fiona: Do you see writing as a career? My family are all keen readers and I was raised to delight in books, take comfort in them, learn from them, and embrace creativity in all its forms.
I used to be quite artistic too but when I recovered from the depression I was ill with as a teenager and in my early 20s, I lost the urge and ability to do something with it — I regret nothing. It was a worthwhile trade. Both were run by the White Star Line, both were heralded as the most splendid ships of their time — and both sank in tragic circumstances on their maiden voyages.
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What happened next shocked the world! On the th anniversary of the disaster, Gill Hoffs reveals new theories behind the tragedy and tells the stories of the passengers and crew on the ill-fated vessel, including:. When I have a bad migraine, I lose some of my physical capabilities which is enormously frustrating. Not that much, the internet is a wonderful thing and the people I contact are usually very helpful. I love to give talks and present workshops and sometimes go as far as Ireland to do so, but rarely travel for research purposes.
Apart from the stories behind the people involved in the wreck and subsequent cover-up, I learnt about how I work as a writer on a long project with a traditional publishing house, and how to pace myself and the importance of a good sleep now and then! Indulge your curiosity and your passion.
Love what you do, and relax into loving the process but also be sure to work your arse off. No, but according to my Gran I used to climb into bed with her as a three-year-old and read her stories. Everything and nothing — farts and wordplay laughs , chopped onions, hormones and sad stories about animals and children cry.
Skunks are my favourite. Apart from the people involved in the Tayleur shipwreck and cover-up, I would definitely pick the so-called Elephant Man, Joseph Merrick. He is something of a hero to me and I try not to think about him too much these days as he breaks my heart. Reading, gardening, petting stray cats, feeding ducks and pigeons, watching the cheesiest TV I can find the more upsetting the research, the more light-hearted the programme , and eating cake.
LOTS of cake.
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Anything sweet or garlicky is likely to be pinched off neighbouring plates. I like most colours except for certain shades of brown and sickly green and I always wear teal green for events and interviews. As for music, I like many tunes and styles and adore BritPop in particular, and the Manic Street Preachers most of all. I am married to the love of my life and we have two children. I have a BA and MS but love the feel of self employment. I own a necklace business called Devika Knots and write books. My latest news is always fantastic. I have all of my books in contracts for audio.
That was a lot of work. My next book, Artificial Love, is releasing on April 1 st , and I am excited for people to follow Johnny on his journey. I will be using a new editor so it will be very exciting to see how the book turns out.