Hello everyone. This is just a little something to let other writers (and readers) know what goes on in an author’s life. I was tagged by my good friend and writing buddy, LaVerne Thompson. And I’m going to tag a few writer buddies of mine too.

 1.)    What am I working on?

 At the moment I am working on two stories. They are for my Freaky Geek series. The one story is called Office Play. (See cover below). The story set up is someone at a high power ad agency is stealing office supplies. And these are not just ordinary office supplies. We’re talking things from paper clips, to company cars and servers.

Adam, the office IT Geek/Stud is on the case. But also on the case is the gorgeous Jeanette Foster. An older woman that has caught the eye of Adam and vice versa.

The second story is Lectures In Discipline. It’s another book in the Freaky Geek series. Professor Peter Greenly is seen as the campus absent-minded, geeky professor. But Tina Kelly, a former student and now a college professor too, saw through that and always wanted him. But she’s not sure what she wants sexually from him. Does she just want to have a few moments every other night of role playing, or does she want to go all the way in the BDSM lifestyle? Well, Peter will teach her either way. WINK WINK.

 2.)    How does my work differ from others of its genre?

Well, for Discipline I’m not going hard-core into the BDSM lifestyle. I think I write like some readers that want to experiment in reading this genre. Some are not into the hardcore stuff, but maybe would like the softer side or just dip their toes in the genre so to speak. The story is the same way. The heroine is curious, but doesn’t want to go guerrilla style in the BDSM lifestyle, but there are certain aspects of it that intrigue her.

There are a lot of hardcore stories out there for readers to shoes from and they are great reads. I just like to give readers another option.

3.)    Why do I write what I do?

Hmm. Sometimes a story just pops into the old gray matter. I read something, see something in the news, or notice something in everyday life. I also write things that I myself am curious about. I love putting my characters in certain situations that my readers might wonder what they would do if it were them. Even though my writing is fiction, I still try to make it as real as possible as though this can happen in real life. I think it makes the story more personable.

 4.)    How does my writing process work?

It depends on the story. I mostly do an outline, chapter by chapter. I almost always know the ending of the story no matter how many twist and turns it takes. It can start off one way and in the middle, make a complete 180, but the ending will always be the same. It’s just getting from point A to point B.

Now, I am tagging Marie Rochelle, Yvonne Nicolas and Kate Richards