Here's Doris O'Connor popping in from the U.K. to hang with us, as we get a peek into her writer life.
Please finish the sentence "Writing sexy romance stories makes me happy because ...."
I get to go on the journey with my characters, immerse myself in their lives and fall in love at the same time they do. It’s such a privilege to do that J
What's a memorable fan experience/feedback that touched your heart?
I recall a review I received for my story Through the Dom’s Lens, in which the reader thanked me for writing a story about a full figured lady, and for getting it right. She could utterly identify with my heroine’s insecurities, and that need to be loved for her. For someone to see past the body and to see the beautiful woman inside.
It made me sniff, I have to say.
If you could be the casting director for your current/upcoming release, who would play your hero and heroine?
Ah now, my last release was Auctioned to the Protective Dom, and there is only one man who could play Master Jonas and that is Alexander Skarsgard. He was, in fact the visual inspiration for him J
Shannyn Sossamon would make a good Rissa, I reckon.
Do you listen to music or watch TV while you write? If so, what's on your playlist? If not, you can answer -- what are a few of your favorite TV shows?
I can’t listen to music when I write, but I do have a number of fav TV shows.
At the moment I’m utterly obsessed with Grey’s Anatomy. My oldest son got me into it and I’m binge watching on Amazon like a crazy person. Such a brilliant show.
True Blood was a must see when it was on, and I’m quite enjoying Tyrant. We are nearing the end of season 2 in the UK right now.
Vikings is another favourite. I loved Downton Abbey, and we’re firm fans of Dr. Who and Sherlock Holmes in this house.
Doris is a writer of sensual, sassy, and sexy tales involving alpha heroes to die for, and heroines who give as good as they get. From contemporary to paranormal, Sci-fi, BDSM, F/F, M/M, and Ménage, haunting love stories are guaranteed.
Happily married for the last twenty-five years, she lives with her husband and their brood of nine in a far too small house filled with love, laughter, and chaos.
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