How did you get started as an author?

I've always been a dreamer. I love crafting worlds and identifying their respective characters. One day, I chose to write it down. And I just never stopped.

What was your first book?

Blood Laws

How has your writing style changed?

My voices feel much closer to me now, more relatable, as if they are flowing from the pages. I vary between punchy statements, paragraphs, and full sentences a lot more now, and I don't let anyone force me into falling the "rules".

What are you writing about in the anthology?

I'm introducing the Alliance of Black-Ops Operatives series through Chase's novella.

Why are you taking part in this anthology?

When Anna approached me with her idea to write a series of stories featuring imperfect men, I loved it. Because it feels real. It's accurate. And it showcases male heroes who would otherwise be hidden behind their flawless counterparts. 

Why do you think it's important to spread the message of this anthology?

Not all men are immaculate in every which way. It's how and why we love them that's perfect. I love that this project will showcase that and I'm so thankful to be taking part in it.


What is your favorite line from your manuscript?

"He's an agents worst nightmare."

Did you research your story?

Yes, I always research. I find realism to be incredibly important in my writing and I can't proceed without knowing all the facts.

Is there any one thing you have to have when writing?


What influences your work?

Travel, music, and emotion.

Who is your favourite author?

Such a hard question! It depends on my mood and day of the week. But I will give credit to Nadine Mutas, who is a brilliant author and also the reason I decided to publish. I look up to her so much and love, love, LOVE her words.

Any book that holds a special place in your heart.

Blood Shadows by Lindsay J. Pryor