How did you get started as an author?

The actual process of putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) started after I read the Twilight series. I thought to myself, "I have something to say. I can do this."

What was your first book?

Stone Shattered, which has since been renamed to Make Me Yours.

How has your writing style changed?

I am much more willing to take risks in my writing. Trying different perspectives and tenses that used to make me weary.

What are you writing about in the anthology?

I am writing about speech impairment.

Why are you taking part in this anthology?

The concept as a whole really drew me in. It is very unique with its focus on issues that affect men.

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

I want the readers not to view these so called flaws as a hindrance. These characters will show that perfection is in the eye of the beholder.


Did you research your story?

I did, especially since the character is an adult male. 

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

My notebook! I am constantly jotting notes about my WIP or a potential WIP.

What influences your work?

My emotions. If I'm in a rough patch it never fails that I will write something dramatic or gut-wrenching.

Who is your favourite author?

Kathleen Brooks

Any book that holds a special place in your heart.

Bluegrass State of Mind by Kathleen Brooks. It is one of the few that I can re-read time and time again. It also inspired me to write a romantic suspense series.