Tell us about your recent publication.
CALLING DR LOVE is about one of the deadly sins. Pride. Though pride could be a good thing, inspiring ambition and success, pride is indeed one of the worst sins to possess. It prevents you from accepting help when you need it, or being truly empathetic to another’s problems.
What gave you the idea for this story?
On a book signing in West Hollywood last year, I noticed every bar on the Sunset Strip had nearly naked Go-go boys dancing in the windows. How could I not write an erotic novel about one of those beauties?
Why do you write?
I love it, love it, love it.
What do you like about m/m?
I suppose it’s a guilty pleasure. I love men. It seems only natural to love imagining them together. Ironically straight men can’t seem to understand the concept, even though two women together is acceptable for them.
Simply put, two gorgeous hunks grinding turns me on.
If you could change one thing about the publishing industry, what would it be?
I would love to remind publishers and editors that the author is the one who is the talent and the reason why everyone is in business. I think there are too many big egos in the publishing world who have switched the notion and believe they are the most important part of the book industry not the novelist. It’s a sad state. Yet when you find a publisher who understands the relationship it’s bliss.
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