1. What inspired you to write?
Had the ideas for books for a while, and needed to improve my written English so decided to start writing them
2. Which character of yours is the most like you?
Dana, in Sha'tan the Moon Lady
3. Would you publish a story of yours? Why or why not?
First I need to finish at least one, and then why not. Would need to have them edited though. Would probably self publish, as I doubt any publisher will be interested.
4. Would you call yourself a wattpad celebrity? Why or why not?
I'm famous in my street! Nope, not a celebrity, maybe a vaguely successful author, my readers probably like the theme of my main story rather than me or my writing...
5. How's it like to have your story, The Viking's Hold, be number 1 in not only romance, but historical fiction too?
Flattering I guess, but what are the criterias for the ranking anyway? And it comes and goes, other books achieve this too.
6. If you could publish one of your stories, which would it be and why?
Obviously The Viking's Hold, as it is the more popular one, although my personal favourite remains Sha'tan.
7. If you could have one of your characters become a real person would would it be and why?
Tough choice! One of my male characters, Sven or Liam O'Brien from Sha'tan or Richard Fenton from the Duke's Pawn, can't blame the girl for dreaming. Although they are a composite of real guys...
8. What's your least favorite thing about writing?
Typing! I love imagining my characters but I'm a lazy lump when it comes to typing, and it takes so much time, that I don't really have!
9. Whats your favorite thing about writing?
Imagining my characters and researching the context, I'm a total geek, love research!
10. What are some writing tips you could give the readers?
Write better than me! Oh, and make your characters realistic. If their behaviour is totally out of context, it kind of kills the storyline. Work on your background and check your language against the time period: e.g. a 15th century person using expressions such as 'don't get your panties in a knot' when panties didn't exist at the time...