Have you discovered author Piper Vaughn? Well, here's your chance to find a new favorite person or re-acquaint yourself with her as she answers questions about her favorite words for intimate matters, who is her ideal fictional lover, and how she uses the social security website to come up with the names for her characters. This interview will have you rolling with laughter as we play "Name that song", talked about writer's block, and how she uses google maps in her writing process. Check it out here!
Piper's Bio . . .She wrote her first love story at eleven and never looked back. Since then, she’s known that writing was exactly what she wanted to do. She grew up in Chicago, in an ethnically diverse neighborhood, and loves to put characters of every ethnicity in her stories. Above all, she believes that everyone needs a little true love in their life…even if it’s only in a book.
Coming soon. . . Tonight (Friday, June 7th) we will be interviewing author, editor and owner of Ai press, Sedonia Guillione!!
Sedonia's Bio . . . Multi-published, award-nominated author, Sedonia Guillone lives on the water in Florida with a Renaissance man who paints, writes poetry and tells her she’s the sweetest nymph he’s ever met. When she’s not writing erotic romance, she loves watching spaghetti westerns, Jet Li and samurai flicks, cuddling, and eating chocolate. She writes both man/man and man/woman erotic romances and hopes you’ll find something here you like!
AND NEXT THURSDAY, we will feature our very first " Ask the Editor" with Kris Jacen of ManLoveRomance and FeatherWeight Press. The lines will be open for your questions for this incredibly marvelous woman who has been an editor with these presses for years. She recently edited Lost and Found, the anthology, and will be with us answering queries about everything you can think of regarding writing and the process of publishing. We are taking questions beforehand, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to ask your question, as time permits.
And next Friday . . .C R Guiliano, author of It Takes a Village.