Sunday, December 12, 2010

Guest Blogger - Kate Hill

THK: Tell me about yourself.

KH: I’m vegetarian New Englander who enjoys reading and writing romance, especially paranormal and science fiction. I also love horror and fantasy and enjoy exercising and listening to most kinds of music.

THK: Tell me about your current and upcoming releases. Please include a blurb and a link to where the book can be purchased.

KH: My latest book is Silky’s Master, which is scheduled to release this month. It’s an erotic science fiction romance and the second book in the Alpha Delicious series. Here’ s a brief summary of the story:

Undercover in the royal palace of Amazurn, Silky, a reporter, tries to gather evidence of abuse suffered by Princess Voluptia's harem boys. Invited to the Princess' secret sanctuary where men are used as sex slaves, she meets the former gladiator Shawn-Dan Dawn who has been imprisoned there.

The passion between Silky and Shawn is stronger than an exploding star, but dangerous to them both. When the Princess abducts the Queen's lover, Silky risks arrest to free Shawn and expose the secret harem.

Silky’s Master is from Changeling Press.

THK: What genre do you write? What drew you to write in that genre? If you mix genres tell us about that too.

KH: I write erotic romance in a variety of subgenres, including science fiction, paranormal, fantasy and historical. I’ve also written some traditional romances, both historical and paranormal. These are also my favorite genres to read, which is the reason I enjoy writing them as well.

THK: How many books have you written? How many have been published?

KH: I’m not sure exactly how many stories I’ve written, but I have had around 100 published, including novellas and novels.

THK: What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

KH: I like to “live” with the characters I’m writing. For instance, whatever happens throughout the day, I think about how the character would react in the same situation. It’s one of the ways I get to know the characters and develop them for the books.

THK: What is the hardest part of writing?

KH: Meeting deadlines!

THK: What do you read for fun when you’re not writing?

KH: I enjoy romance, horror and fantasy.

THK: Any words of encouragement for unpublished writers?

KH: I’d say if writing is what you want to do, just keep doing it. I’m not sure if that advice really makes sense because if you love to write, you won’t be able to stop!


Thanks again to Kate Hill for being my guest today:)