USA Today bestselling author of filthy smut, empty nester, and cat snuggler.
Raisa has worked as a teacher, an actuary (her husband called her a bookie—which isn’t too far from the truth), mother, and scout leader. She’s happily married to her husband of twenty-six years, and is now enjoying semi-retirement writing the books she always wanted to read with kick-ass heroines and sexy, sexy men.
Despite the fact that her last formal English class was during the Reagan administration, Raisa has always been a voracious reader and decided to try her hand at writing. While those first efforts were pretty awful, she enjoys refining her craft and she hopes her skills improve with every book she writes.
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Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The first complete adultish story I remember is Johnny Tremain by Esther Hoskins Forbes. I think it was late elementary or middle school and the scene I most remember is Johnny being told to cut the scar tissue on his hand where he was burnt. I have no idea why that scene was so profound to me but I was absolutely in awe of Johnny's strength of will..
How do you approach cover design?
Haha! I am utterly NOT artistic! I beg my artistic friends for help and hope for the best. Cover art is beyond me.
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