Monday Mayhem – Hopping along

It’s bunny season, so it seems only right that I participate in a blog hop, right?

The fabulous Karen Stivali tagged me for the hop. Be sure to check her answers as well! Here goes:

1) What are you working on? At the moment, I’m writing a battle of the sexes type romance between a college football coach and the women’s basketball coach. At the moment I’m calling it Full Court Press. It’ll probably end up in Maggie’s wheelhouse. Seems like everything does these days. πŸ™‚


2) How does your work differ from others in the genre? I think the biggest difference is that I’m not afraid to feature heroes and heroines who are a little more…seasoned than most. Yes, age does leave your characters at the mercy of gravity, but I think age adds depth to the character’s motivations. And to the steamy scenes as well.


3) Why do you write what you write? I guess this is where I fall back on the old ‘write what you know’ bit. Living inside the head of a nubile, young virgin would be a bit of a stretch for me at this point in my life.


4) How does your writing process work? Ha! I don’t really have much of a process. I am a pantser by nature, but have learned to use a loose sort of outline to keep my works on track. Other than that, all I require would be some background music and the occasional box of Cheez-Its.

Now I’m tagging Linda Rettstat, Bobbye Terry, and Evelyn Jules. Watch their blogs for their take on the same questions!

Happy Monday, my friends!

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2 Replies to “Monday Mayhem – Hopping along”

  1. Ooh, guess I better hop to it then! πŸ˜‰ Love your responses, Mags! I so agree that age adds so much depth to a character. Absolutely cannot wait to read your battle of the sexes story!!!

  2. I love that you feature mature protagonists. That is one of the reasons I am so draw to your books. I totally get you on the YA or NA. As you prefer to write what you know, I prefer to read what I know. Young adults just don’t do it for me. I’ve read a few that blew me away but by far, I much prefer the mature adults.

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