Who causes friction in the story?
Throughout the first three books in my werewolf hunter series, one of the main sources of friction is a character named Bade Garren. He’s drop dead sexy. He’s also number two on The Hunter’s most wanted list.
Do you prefer or bad gals?
Definitely bad guys. I have always been attracted to the wrong sort of man and that shows through in my stories.
How do you use your bad guys?
In all sorts of different ways. In Bade’s case, I use him to mix things up. He’s not completely evil, which makes him somewhat sympathetic. Especially once we get to know him more. The other villains throughout the series are much more what I call “hard-core” evil.
Do you enjoy writing the bad guys or do you find it difficult?
I love it. Writing the villain is the best part of the story. Well, besides writing the sex.
Whether you enjoy writing them or hate writing them, we'd like to know why you feel that way?
When you write a bad guy, you don’t have to worry about being politically correct. If what he says offends, oh well. That’s what he’s there to do. You can let your darkside show through sometimes and that’s kind of appealing, even though it’s creepy sometimes to see what you’ve created.
Who is your favorite bad guy in any of your books? Which bad guy and which book are they in?
My favorite bad guy (even though he’s not truly evil) is Bade Garren. He can be found in my werewolf hunter series.
Who is your favorite fictional bad guy -- that's not in your books?
Honestly, it’s a tie between Dracula and the Joker. Strange I know.
Is there anything else about your bad guys that we need to know? Feel free to share.
One thing with my stories … I enjoy a sort of anti-hero. My characters are never completely good, although some are completely bad.
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What is the link to buy your book?
The link for my books can be found on my website.
I also want to let people know that I always donate 10% of my royalties to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. It’s something I’ve always done and plan to continue.