I write straight-to-gay stories that try to make the mental transformation as true to my own transformation as possible (I resisted/waffled for quite a while).
I'm in the process of writing/editing/publishing my romantic memoir from how Mark converted me. First we were friends, then companions, then lovers, then we broke up, the we had our second chance and he hasn't let go of me since. Join me on my Patreon Page and get all my stories, plus help me finish the story of my life as quick as possible.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I've worked in various writing roles in the publishing industry. I started as a ghostwriter and got run to death trying to make money and make this a viable career.
Then along came a Kindle.
I'm changing gears completely from anything I've ever previously published and I am starting from zero without an audience. My other books are mostly conservative and traditional, which is funny because my real life story is queer. My old books were written with my grandmother in mind (and the audience I had built up).
These new books are to help build an audience for my memoir, which is the most important story I've every written. I hope you'll be interested enough in my writing to look into some of my nonfiction romance. Mark is a really great guy and I want to show you how I fell in love with him... and I hope you will to. (And Mark's big, narcissistic head will be filled with joy that so many people love him.)
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Writing. If I don't write, I get anxious and I feel like I am losing stories and sentences which will never come back. If I don't get out a 'perfect' sentence before I stop thinking about it, then it will frustrate me and be lost forever.
I hate losing things.
I also love editing. I love talking to fans through email. I don't like converting epub files but I also love that the conversion is kind of like a puzzle (and I love puzzles).
Also, publishing is kind of like a video game. You write. You gain experience. You gain levels (fans, book sales). And then you keep leveling up! So fun!