Romance/Erotica author. Trying to make the world a better place one fictional orgasm at a time.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, though it depends on how I want to consider it. I was six or seven, in second grade, and there was a Young Authors, competition isn't the correct word but it was a contest of sorts. I wrote a story about my pet beta fish that always hid in the corner of the tank. "The Scaredy Fish," I think it was called. Then later on, in seventh grade, I wrote the first volume of what I thought would be a four-part series - it was a magic school, and each year would be from the point of view of a different character. The uniforms were so cool. And one of the girls had terrible taste in boys. There was probably a plot in there somewhere.
What is your writing process?
A plot idea usually comes to me at a very, very inconvenient time. I write it down as best I can. And then, it sort of becomes a story as I go. The characters write themselves, as strange as that sounds. I don't really know where the story is going until it gets there. I don't map things out really, I know a vague beginning, middle, and end, and how things get from point A to point B is just as much of a mystery to me as I'm writing as it is to whoever is reading it.