Ruth D. Kerce


Ruth D. Kerce was born in Oklahoma, where she first began to write romance as a hobby. Years later, in 2001, after moving to Nevada, she became published in tradtional romance. In 2003, she switched from writing traditional romances to writing erotic romances.

Ruth writes in a varity of romance genres. Her novels include science fiction, paranormal, contemporary, western historical and romantic suspense stories -- with more genres coming in the future.

No matter the genre, she strives to include elements in each of her books that a majority of readers can identify with. She enjoys incorporating humor, suspense, snappy dialogue, and lots of action. She loves her readers and hopes to be able to entertain them for years to come.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I first started writing in the 3rd grade -- poetry. I'm amazed that I actually still have some of those long-ago creations stored in my closet somewhere. Then in the 5th grade, I wrote my first romance story -- an American Indian romance (this one has disappeared; darn it). The story won first place in class. Yea! Then in the 9th grade, I started writing a space opera, all longhand and it filled many spirals (I still have those). All of this writing was just for fun at the time.

After I completed my graduate degree, I took some courses and received a diploma from a writing institute. I wrote several children's stories in the process. Then I started writing a privateer, historical romance novel and then a western, historical romance novel which ended up being my first published book. After that, and also after getting a contemporary, holiday romance published in an anthology, I switched to writing erotic/sensual romances. And that's primarily all that I've been writing for many years now, though some new, non-erotic stories may be popping up from me in the future.
What made you switch from writing non-erotic romances to erotic romances?
At the time, erotic romances were becoming popular. A friend of mine, another author, convinced me to give it a try. In case anyone is interested, I actually have a fun article about it (titled "My First Time") on my website at:

As I was writing my first erotic romance, I really enjoyed the freedom of the format. I could do almost anything that I wanted. I could continue the plot from inside the bedroom if the story called for it instead of fading to black or keeping things vanilla. Basically, I had no restrictions. Some of my stories are more/less erotic than others, but all are romances and it's been a great genre for me.
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