When David arrives at the royal wedding of his friend, the newly ordained Duchess Samantha Rousseau, he expected to feel uncomfortable and out of his element, but he wasn’t prepared to be targeted by Prince Alex’s gorgeous younger sister. With Cathy’s giant blue eyes, killer figure, and sense of humor, it won’t take long before he gives in. But when he finds out just how innocent the crown princess really is, will he play the part of knight in shining armor or the dashing rogue?
Thank you for taking the time for this interview! I thought we could start with all-too-common question, especially for readers who are new to your books, what inspired you to become a writer?
I started writing when I was little and never thought it was something I would do professionally. One day I decided I was going to try! Thankfully I haven’t stopped.
Favorite books and/or authors?
A TON MORE!
What genre is your favorite to write?
Describe Princess Catherine in three words.
Which point of view do you prefer to write in, first person and/or third person?
What is the best part of being a writer? And the worst?
What gave you the idea or inspiration to write the Royal series? How many books will be in this series?
The series really started out with the idea of Samantha—a normal, down to Earth character that would abhor being in the spotlight, wearing fancy clothes, and playing princess. From there it just spiraled into a full story. What would make her accept that lifestyle and responsibility? I had to know.
Did you have to do any research for this series?
I also researched raptors (the bird kind, not the dinosaurs) to make sure I got my facts correct. I sort of cheated here, because my sister is a wildlife biologist working with raptors. This meant I had an easy access to information. I just plied her with books and gift certificates to get a massage.
Are the characters from your imagination or from real people and/or experiences? Or a little bit of both?
Which character(s) in this series was your favorite to write?
I have a lot of friends who are aspiring writers, what advice would you give them?
Thank you again for taking the time for this interview.