Quickie Wednesday is all about the author here at Author Central. We want you, the reader, to learn more about your favorite authors so we interview our authors with a quick 5 questions. We’ll change the questions occasionally, so you never know just what you might find. Please enjoy our interview with author Lucy Felthouse.
Tell us about your latest book or current work-in-progress.
Love on Location is a M/M erotic romance novella set in my favourite part of the world - the Peak District in England. It tells the story of an up-and-coming actor who's filming on location. He meets a villager, and there's something between them. However, there are several reasons preventing them acting on their attraction. But will they do it anyway?
Do you have a set schedule for writing or do you just go with the flow?
I go with the flow. It all depends on deadlines, what other work I've got going on (I don't write full-time - I run my own writer marketing and promotions, and am also an editor), and so on. I just squeeze writing in whenever and wherever I can.
What truly motivates you in your writing?
My readers. I'm so lucky to have people that enjoy my writing and wait for the next book to release. They're the ones that keep me going. And, of course, deadlines ;)
If you came with a warning label, what would it say?
Warning: swears a lot.
If I was a first time reader of your books, which one would you recommend I start with and why?
I guess it depends what sort of thing you like to read. I've got such a variety of work available - M/F, M/M, F/F, ménage... contemporary, paranormal, etc. For erotica fans, I'd say Multi-Orgasmic is a good place to start as that's packed full of erotic short stories of different types. For M/F erotic romance, The Other Brother or One Night in Paris. For menage, Stately Pleasures or Eyes Wide Open. For F/F, Girls Will Be Girls, and for M/M, Desert Heat & Native Tongue.
Where can we find out about you and your books?
Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gMQb9 (monthly newsletter)