Unraveling of Lady Fury?
I do not see ONE hand.
That’s because I know anyone
with any taste, (or sense of self preservation), has read it.
Anyone within a left hook’s distance of Ms Moore has bought it, read it, reviewed it (five star of course), and are anxiously awaiting their opportunity to buy the paperback version.
It’s not that we’re afraid of Shey, it’s more about being a
little…cautious…around Lady Fury. She is one tough cookie! So, when Milady Fury herself bestows a wonderful award upon one, one doesn’t ask why, one asks for mercy by way of giving one time to respond without incurring Milady’s wrath.
And so, without further ado, this humble erotic romance author will
answer as best she can, the probing questions set by Milady Fury in the hope that one pleases her. God help me if I don’t…
1 Which fictional character would you most fancy having a fling with and why?
In the movie, Unfaithful, Olivier Martinez royally seduces bored
housewife Diane Lane. He is the most seductive, sexy, H.O.T. Caruso I’ve ever seen on film. Heck, if Diane Lane fell for him, I had no chance.
Do you think Bear Grylls is hot? I do. Therefore, I’d have to take Bear – and his book – with me.
I’m not a huge fan of the ‘L’ word.
I love some forms of ‘literature’ – you know, the classics – but these days the word is used as tool to differentiate between so-called high-brow elitist stuff that may be cleverly written, but as boring as bat excreta, and enjoyable reading by ordinary people. I studied ‘literature’ at Uni and have enormous respect and liking for the classics and really good writing, but I don’t have a favourite series. Sorry.
4 What are you working on right now?
I’m currently writing two erotic novellas – one is the second in the Hillwood Fire Station series; another is a stand alone story.
5 Who is your favourite author and why?
Jacqueline Susann. She was my first taste of ‘naughty’ books.
Loved her courage, her stories, her ability to make a name for herself in an era when women weren’t yet liberated.
Oh dear. Love them all in context. But the hues of
blue and green in a warm, summer ocean do look so…cool.
7 Are you a plotter or a pantser?
Right now I’m pondering that myself. Words aren’t flowing all
that freely for me just now, but in general, I’m a plotter, with pantserish tendencies.
8 Have you been known to ‘torture’ a character and if so why?
Oh yes. That moment when our heroes have to meet the requirements of our publishers and reach into their wallet, or the bedside drawer, or their shoe, and rip open a small foil packet with
their teeth, roll it on and… aaaah. You get the picture?
9 Do you prefer sweet or angsty?
Oh, what a hard question. Sweet….but I like my characters to overcome inner conflict. Angst is so prevalent in the world…
10 Which part of the craft have you found hardest to learn?
How long is a piece of string? I’m learning daily…hourly! The most important lesson I’ve learned, to date, is not to have disembodied body parts in the sex scenes.
Yes, seems so simple when they’re pointed out to you, but at the time I just wrote what I saw in my head, and I’d obviously had too many wines at the time.
Now, I’d like you all to go and visit the very extensive list of
wonderful writers below who were forced by Lady Fury to go through the same torture I just went through. Lady Eff, as I call her, can sometimes be so bossy!
So now, I’m going to break the rules slightly and, instead of nominating ten unsuspecting authors who already are stretched for time, I’m asking you all to go and visit these other blogs. They are all great authors.
Oh, and thanks Milady Furry…I mean Fury. I do sincerely appreciate the award.
Anne Lange http://t.co/lXAPDLHZBo
Ranting Crow http://t.co/sdilVDNjdt
Elyzabeth M Valey http://t.co/6NpTIJZfAh
Antonia Van Zandt http://t.co/AIE1TeSqXL
Incy Black http://t.co/tLMFyyWcjY
Jane Hunt http://t.co/UxjXn3GVVH
Shaina Stacy http://t.co/8JIL9afTr1
Crystal Donahue http://crystaldonahuewrites.blogspot.com Beloved Eleanor http://beloved-eleanor.co.uk/blog
And let us not forget her Ladyship - http://furiousunravelings.wordpress.com/2014/03/14/a-liebster-award-or-is-it-lobster/