Please welcome this week’s guest blogger, fellow Cobblestone Press author, Kate Sterling. Thanks for taking the time to be with us today, Kate. What is your main inspiration for writing and why?
Hmm… I guess I write because I love words and languages. Whenever I see something that strikes me as interesting, my mind immediately starts telling a story to fit it, trying to pick out just the right words – looking for the most economy and greatest impact.
What is your favorite genre to write and why?
My problem is that I don’t have a favorite! Against conventional wisdom, I like to write in many genres, and in many heat levels. Sweet to sizzling, light to dark, realistic to fantastic, and any combination thereof. Trying to stick with just one is almost like asking a mother to pick her favorite child.
Who is your favorite hero in one of your books? Why?
This is tough, because I have four favorites and three of them are from works in progress! However, from a published work, I’d have to say Jason in “Managing Maggie”. I just love him because even though he’s younger than the heroine, he was such a gentleman, yet also very, very hot.
What is the heat level of your books?
They range from sweet to extra hot. My current release is an erotic romance.
Where can readers find your books?
The most recent, “Managing Maggie”, is at Cobblestone Press. Following is a blurb:
Maggie was devastated when her husband divorced her because she couldnâ€™t have children, but she moved on and started her own graphic design business.
When her business partner Jason indicates he wants their relationship to be personal, Maggie is tempted by the sexy young designer, but thinks she’s too old for him. Yet an unexpected encounter featuring fuzzy handcuffs and a pink flogger leaves her feeling he may just be â€œThe Oneâ€.
Sheâ€™s riding a wave of happiness until a younger woman claims to be pregnant by Jason. Broken-hearted, Maggie doesn’t see how their relationship can survive, but Jason has other ideas.
To read an adult rated excerpt, be sure to visit Cobblestone Press.
Thanks again for stopping by, Kate, and I must say that your cover is one of my favorites at Cobblestone. Good luck with sales!