Author of "Stalking Sapphire."
What can we call you (name)?
Where are you from?
A town called Helsingborg in Sweden.
What is your favorite hobby (besides writing)?
One day I will be able to answer things like yoga or wine tasting to this question, but I seriously have no life outside of writing right now.
Coffee or tea?
Coffee…and way too much of it.
I attended clown school when I was a child…don’t ask.
What book(s) are you reading now?
I just started reading Mad About the Boy, aka, Bridget Jones 3. I love it so far.
Who are your favorite Wattpad authors?
I haven’t had time to read as much as I want to on Wattpad, but I did read some from Amanda Hocking’s Watersong Book Club. She’s a great author!
When and why did you start writing?
I think my need to write came from reading a lot as a child. The first time I attempted to write a story I was seven and if I recall correctly, it was one sentence long and starred my cat.
Is there a specific genre that you like to read/write?
I love to write New Adult mystery/thrillers. The genre is wide which allows me to do a mix of humor and darkness. As for reading, I like any genre. If the novel has a funny and smart MC, I’m hooked.
What or who inspires you in your work?
Literally everything and anyone. I can watch something on TV, or overhear a conversation in the grocery line which sparks a scene or a new story idea.
Can you tell us a bit about your current story and why people would want to read it?
My series is called the Sapphire Dubois Mystery Series. It’s about a young Beverly Hills heiress and vigilante, Sapphire Dubois, who secretly hunts and captures serial killers.
Is there a message for your readers in your work?
Because Sapphire lives a double life and struggles to hide her nocturnal self from the Beverly Hills community, the series has the message of ‘being yourself’ instead of the person others want you to be.
Do you have any advice for other writers?
Keep writing and honing your skill. Go to every creative writing class, writing group, or work shop you can find. The more you put your writing out there and the more feedback you get, the better you’ll become.