When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I believe that I have known from a very young age that I wanted to be a writer. I used to write stories as a child and often kept journals. I did, however, get away from writing creatively during my teenage and university years when my focus was more dedicated to my studies. As life took me in a completely different direction with a career in finance, it wasn't until about twenty years ago or so that I began writing once again. Writing was an escape which helped me deal with grief over the death of a family member. Ever since that time, I have written many short stories and a few longer ones but Sweet Charity is my first book.
How long does it take you to write a book?
It took me approximately six months to write this first book however, at the same time I spent a great deal of time learning about self-publishing and making contacts in the indie author world. I also lost about a month due to health reasons. Therefore, I would say that the net time was probably about four and a half months or so.
What is your work schedule like when you're writing?
I try to dedicate time everyday for writing. However, there are times when other aspects of life have to take precedence and I am unable to write at all on those days. A good day involves a solid 4 to 5 hours of writing. Of course as an independent author, there is a great deal of time spent on social media marketing yourself and your book.
What is your latest release and what's next?
My latest/first release was Sweet Charity, the first book in the Black Mavericks MC Series, and I am currently writing Finding Faith, the next book in the series.
After several attempts at trying to concentrate on her book, Charity found herself thinking about Jackson. He was always so kind to her, and she couldn’t help wishing that she were sitting here waiting for him to come home. Tommy was so volatile, and she never knew what mood he would be in when he came home. She knew that she would never have to fear Jackson coming home, and had no doubt how good he would be to her.
Charity thought about the last time they had met about the renovations on Sweet Charity’s, and how handsome he looked, with those cute dimples of his and that body full of rippling muscles. He was so sexy, and even though she knew it was wrong, she was very attracted to him. If she read had him correctly, she thought he almost kissed her then. She couldn’t help but think what it would be like if he had. Then totally lost in her fantasies, she imagined Jackson holding her in his arms, nipping at her lips, and tasting her with his skillful tongue. She remembered how good he always smelled with his clean smelling cologne--she could actually smell it now! She could feel the light tickling of his short beard as it moved over her skin, his nose trailing down her neck, and down further still to the tops of her breasts, as chill bumps broke out over her now as they did in her fantasy.
Next thing she knew, her blouse was completely unfastened, and Jackson’s lips were tugging at her hard, swollen nipples. She was so lost in her thoughts, that she didn’t even realize it was she, who had just unfastened her blouse and was now plucking at her own nipples with her fingers. Next she felt Jackson’s work calloused fingers as they stroked through her slippery folds and rubbed her clit--all the while, she was the one rubbing her swollen clit, her fingers wet just thinking about the man. As she slowly lay back on the couch, she imagined him lowering his mouth over her clit and tugging and sucking, as his fingers continued to stroke in and out. When she cried out her release, and lay panting for several seconds against the couch cushions, it was then that she came back to reality, and realized that she had just cum from thinking about a man she shouldn’t have been.
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