Why Did You Choose to Publish Independently Instead of Taking The
I had looked into traditional publishing briefly before deciding to
take the independent route. After seeing how divorced I would be from
my reader if I'd taken the traditional route, how little creative
input or control I would have over the final product and how little I
would earn, I decided to take this route. This way I can engage with
my readers more fully, and feel like more of a part of a community.
Did You Set Out To Become an Author as Your Main Profession?
Honestly, I would love to make a living from my art, so I could devote
more of my time and energy to something that made myself and others
happy. I have only released my first novel, Billionaire's Little
Sweetheart recently, however. So we will need to see what happens in
the long run. If my readers love my writing and keep purchasing my
books, perhaps I will be able to have this as my main profession.
Tell Us About Your Book:
I am here to promote my debut novel, Billionaire's Little Sweetheart.
An age play novel where a young college sweetheart meets a sexy older
man who promises to look after her. Although the whole book is not
traditionally romantic as we are dealing with a BDSM dynamic (Daddy
Dom/little girl), there is a happily ever after, which my readers have
all been very happy with to date!
What Is Your Favorite Part of This Book, and Why Do You Think Readers
Will Enjoy It?
My favourite part is probably the start. I went to college too, and
remember how messy our parties could be in the aftermath. It's like
the Heroine is walking into her dorm after a bomb has hit, and I'm
sure many readers will be able to smile and remember when they had
similar experiences at that time in their lives.
Where Do You See Self-Publishing Going In The Future?
Self-Publishing/Independent Publishing is becoming more legitimate in
the eyes of readers as more serious authors take this route. in the
future, things can only get better as authors share more of their
creative process with readers, and readers get to support authors
directly. We're coming into a fantastic time, and it's all up from
Who Designed Your Cover Art?
I design all of my cover art. I have been considering finding a
designer for my next book (an age play romance novella due out next
month). I would be doing this as a bit of a change, and to see if
readers resonated with the new cover more. If they did, I'd keep
getting professional covers made.
Thank you very much for interviewing me, It has been a pleasure.