Interview with Louise Grey

What do your fans mean to you?
I don't have any fans yet!
You mean I get fans? That rocks!
What are you working on next?
I am finishing up Part 2 of my book series. I may well have a trilogy but right now I'd be happy with twins.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I started saying YES to a lot of things recently, including finishing my book draft and getting my book out on the market. I always felt I had something to say. The book I ended up writing is not the book I thought was in me. The ease of publishing and the success of other authors like EL James, gave me the push I needed to go ahead and take the plunge.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I really liked Green Eggs and Ham.
What are your two favorite books, and why?
Green Eggs and Ham. - Because the author is not talking down to me.
Cat in the Hat. Because the author is not making fun of me.
How do you approach cover design?
I hire someone.
Describe your desk
Hoarder wanna-be.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up as the Baby in the family and that pretty much means I am still not sure anyone knows I am here.
When did you first start writing?
My mother taught me to write thank you notes as a child.
Who are your favorite authors?
I think William Shakespeare is the be all end all of historic writers. I really like what EL James has done but not for the same reasons.
What's the story behind your latest book?
Read it and find out.
Published 2015-01-21.
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Books by This Author

The 57th Street Book Club
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 21,470. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
In The 57th Street Book Club, an innocent Manhattan book club review of Fifty Shades of Grey, confirms one member’s desire to write and publish an eBook of her own erotic story of submission. Surprised by the closed mindedness of her book club members, one member, known only as J, keeps her real thoughts about Fifty Shades of Grey to herself while realizing she too could become a writer.