Hi Dahlia! Great to have you over to share your novel "The Wanderer" with us. What's your book about?
The Wanderer is about two men who definitely don't want to be in love. Then they are. It's about the heart break of receiving a potentially fatal diagnosis and how love can get you through it. It's about finding love and laughter in the midst of heartache.
At what point did you know you wanted to publish a book?
I wrote my first story when I was a child. I didn't have the courage to start publishing until I hit my 30s, though.
Is your home a place of order or chaos?
A mix of both. I'm the order and my husband is the chaos.
What genres do you write in and what inspired you to write in these genres?
I've written paranormal romance, contemporary romance, and gay romance. I'm mostly writing contemporary gay romance at the moment. I enjoy telling a good love story--that's what inspires me.
What is our favorite drink?
Tea. Coffee. No tea, no coffee. Both?
What is your writing place like?
Small. I have a little desk, with a stack of reference books on it and my computer. It won't fit anything else.
What's next for you as an author?
The Wanderer is actually the first in hopefully a long series--The Sin Bin. So, up next I have The Caretaker, which will be followed by book three, The Royal marine.
Thanks for joining us.
Thank you so much for the wonderful interview. Sending all my love, tea, and biscuits--the good kind.