Writing is a calling that pulls at your soul. No matter how much you put it on a shelf and try to ignore it, there it is. Whispering your name, telling you stories, causing daydreams and adding soundtracks and story lines to everyday scenes. When you don't write, your world is off balance and lacks that spark.
To answer the call, I spent years blogging and guest blogging online. I eventually became a featured writer on Naked with Socks' Wet Wednesdays as well as Planet Zane using the pen name Thicke.
My debut novel will be published in Fall 2015.
Please enjoy my bold and sexy written pleasures...
What motivated you to become an indie author?
That wasn't my first goal. I wanted to be a published author with a big publishing house name behind me. So I wrote my first piece and got rejected. They said they didn't accept my "type" of work. I was devastated. But I submitted to another one and received absolutely no response. I actually stopped writing because of this. But the more I started listening to and reading independent authors I saw a different voice. I saw creativity that didn't conform to certain molds established by larger publishers. I said who can say that I'm not good enough or that people wouldn't buy my "type" of work. So I decided to at least try.
What do your fans mean to you?
They mean a lot. I think they help me to become better. They motivate me. Encourage me. They also whoop my ass when I suck.
Successful Atlanta engineer, Camille Kelly, lived life according to her rules. She thought she was well on her way to having the perfect family life she planned. But after her messy divorce, she decides she is dire need of a short term distraction. Maybe a little uninhibited passion would be the key. She just needed the right man who would follow her rules and walk away when she was done.