• What genres do you write in and why?
Right now I write paranormal romance and urban fantasy, both sensual and erotic. I love escaping to different worlds with different rules and customs. I also love larger than life characters. As a reader I prefer paranormals, urban fantasy, historicals, futuristics…anything that can take me out of the present, lol. I tend to shy away from contemporaries (in both reading and writing) for this very reason, although I would read a contemporary if it had a good premise.
My current releases are:
Spyder’s Web from Loose Id (http://www.loose-id.com/Spyders-Web.aspx)
Up on the Housetop (Bk 1 of the Kyron Pack Series) from Loose Id (http://www.loose-id.com/Up-On-the-Housetop.aspx)
My upcoming releases include:
• Tell me about some of your WIPs?
Right now I’m working on a couple of projects. I’m drafting “Around on the Strip,” the third book in the Kyron Pack series. This story goes back to where it all began for the Kyron Werewolves, in Las Vegas. Here we follow Josh Kyron, the leader, and how he balances the needs of his own pack and his lust for a rival werewolf.
I’m also drafting the second book in the Immortal Realms series, “Dark Interlude.” This story will follow one of the vampire defectors at the end of the first story, and how love and understanding brings him back into the vampire clan where he belongs.
• Tell me about your new release, yourself, and any other information you’d like to share
Deep in the heart of the Amazon Jungle, an ancient breeding race begins…
Ever since she was jilted by her lover, Aleta had been subjected to humiliation by her Jaguarundi tribe. Not anymore. She is determined to emerge from her final Cria unmated, and finally be free of tribal traditions and her over-bearing father. Aleta has plans -- bigger plans than her father’s desire to see her marked by some oafish warrior in an outdated breeding competition. After the Cria she’ll move to the city and start fresh, leaving her clan --- and her broken heart -- behind.
Unfortunately, the past is unwilling to let her go.
Forced to abandon Aleta when he went into exile, Luiz knows that this Cria will be his last chance to reclaim what is rightfully his. When a surprise encounter doesn’t go exactly as planned, he realizes it will take more than a little seduction for Aleta to forgive the sins of the past. The race is on, and the battle of wills has begun. Everyone knows that in the Cria anything can happen, and with the stakes this high, all bets are off.
Book Trailer Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-k7tyH_354
The second piece of advice is to never give up. Ever. It can be so easy to throw in the towel when you get five, ten or even fifty rejections on a manuscript (been there, done that). Don’t. Keep writing and keep submitting. It’s the only way you ever have a chance of succeeding.