Why Did You Choose to Selfpublish Instead of Taking The Traditional Route?
I don't think there was ever a question for me on if I was going to self-publish or not. The flexibility and freedom are just too enticing.
Did You Set Out To Become an Author as Your Main Profession?
I thought I would write in my journals and never let a single soul read anything. Finding the courage to take that step and hit 'publish' on Amazon was a real struggle for me.
Which Authors Have Inspired You The Most?
There are so many amazing people in the indie community... I'd have to say most recently Alexa Riley inspired me to throw caution to the wind and just do it.
They are two amazing ladies that went from sassy bloggers to sassy authors and they do it without letting anyone knock them down. I want to be them when I grow up.
Tell Us About Your Book.
His Hellcat is a direct reflection of my current reading loves. I've got this obsession with insta-love romance, strong heroines, and sexy-sweet alpha heroes. It made sense to have this be the first of my stories to be published.
What Is Your Favorite Part of This Book, and Why Do You Think Readers Will Enjoy It?
Chapter One is probably my favorite...I love Blake. She's feisty and full of snark from page one...it'll make you laugh and if you're anything like me you'll definitely understand the FMB movement.
Where Do You See Self-Publishing Going In The Future?
This has been a life-long dream and I never in a million years thought I would get the lady balls to actually publish. I did it because *I* needed to do something for me. I needed to know that I could achieve a goal. Hitting publish one time, that was a success for me.
I don't know what the future holds, but now that I've found the courage, I'll keep putting my stories out there.
Who Designed Your Cover Art?
You won't hold it against me if I admit it was me, will you?