I noticed that on your facebook page you have a weekly Friday book club, asking your followers what they are reading this week, how important is reading to you in your life and why?
How important is it to you to remain close or in touch with your readers?
Do you have a book or author that you could not live without if so who and why? One of my all-time favorite series is J.D. Robb’s In Death series. I’ve read every book and the characters feel like old friends – I love stepping back into their world and their lives with each new book.
My goal has always been to tell a good story. Everything else comes through my writing/story process.
The Guild Hunter series has three books already released (Angels’ Blood, Archangel’s Kiss and Archangel’s Consort) with the 4th book Archangel’s Blade being released in September 2011. What can your readers expect from this series? I know that Archangel’s Blade focuses on Dmitri the head of Raphael’s 7. Will all 7 have their own books and how many books to have in mind left for Elena and Raphael?
Both series have some steamy sex scenes was it important to for you as a writer to include sex between your characters? If so why? (FYI – loved them all LOL)
The Psy-Changeling series currently has 9 books released with the 10th, Kiss of Snow, being released June1/11, could you tell us how many books do you plan for this series? What we can expect out of them?
Echoing my answer to question 7 – because I’m quite an organic writer, I don’t tend to plot out how many books there will be in a series in advance. However, I do know the overarching story (lots more amazing developments to come!) – and I’ll know when that story arc is complete. But after that’s done, I would like to write some “tangent” books exploring parts of the world that we weren’t able to see in depth during the main story arc.
Kiss of Snow holds such anticipation for most readers. We know that Hawke and Sienna’s road is not going to be an easy one, but it will be an interesting one. Why do you think their story holds such appeal?