I watched a British TV series called ‘Secret Diary of a Call Girl’, and I thought it could be fun to write about a call girl/escort.
I called the first book Belleza because it’s the name of the escort agency my main character worked for. The manager of that escort agency is Spanish, and Belleza is Spanish for ‘beauty’. It just sort of came to me.
Mainly women who enjoy a little kink, erotica and romance. I like to think that my readers get a sense of who I am when reading my books.
My favourite character by far is Trixie, she is a call girl in my second book called Alias. Trixie is not her real name (hence the title), and she is a strong independent woman who knows her own mind. She is scared to fall in love. I think she’s amazing.
I think it would have to be Lydia, she is Joe’s ex wife in my first book ‘Belleza’, she is very bitchy and was caught in a compromising position with her boss. Which led to the subsequent divorce.
I don’t think there is one particular hard part. When I’m in the zone, and my fingers start dancing across the keys, I get a sense of accomplishment. The main hard part is when I get a little writers block. It can be frustrating at times.
Upon reading them both after downloading to my kindle, I have found a few typo’s and such. I also think the beginning of my first book could have been better. The first five chapters should have really been used to draw the reader in. I have been told that it’s a little lame to start, but then the book really revs up.
Both books are centred around call girls/escorts with dark pasts. But there is a funny element to them aswel, both girls in each book meet some very funny men who have different fetishes. I tried to use humour to keep the reader reading.
My daughter was incredibly supportive, she would do house work and cook meals while I tapped the keys like a crazy woman. Most of my family didn’t know I was writing a novel. But once they found out, they were amazing.
I am writing a book at them moment, and I intend to publish very soon. This book will be a lot longer, dark, erotic, and thrilling. I love to write suspense. I used a little suspense in my first two books, but this third one is totally different.
I suppose the best form of publicity is ‘word of mouth’, if you have enjoyed my work, share my author page on Facebook and tell your friends to give my books a try. I have amazing support from my Street Team and Beta Readers. They are an amazing group of girls who enjoy working with me. I am blessed to have them on side.
Concentrate hard on figuring out your beginning, middle and how you intend the book to end. Be consistent with your storyline. I keep a spreadsheet of all my characters, and their ages, occupations, description of features, stuff like that. Then it’s easy to revert back so that you don’t forget things. I also keep a document with notes, so that if anything comes to mind I can jot it down quickly. Finally always keep something with you to take notes, theres nothing worse that being out drinking coffee with your friends, having a great idea with nothing to write it down on. I always have my I-phone with me, just incase I have a sudden brainwave.
Oh God yes, I have loads to say, but I will try to keep it short as not to bore everyone. I want to thank book bloggers, other authors (you know who you are),my friends and family for your support, endless pimping and crazy teasers that my Street Team create to promote me. My Beta bitches, are absolutely brilliant, and they keep me on my toes. I love to get feedback after each chapter I send them, their reponses usually make me giggle.
I want to thank my readers who have purchased my work, read it, enjoyed it and reviewed it. You are all amazing people and I truly love each and every one of you.
Thank you for letting me do this, it was fun. I hope that my answers are ok. xxx