Welcome to my first ever author interview!
I love meeting my fellow authors and I hope you will too. Today, I’d like to introduce you to Chantel C. Someday she’s sure going to be famous, so stick around and meet her 😀
Her short On Her Knees will be FREE on February 8th and 9th so snag a copy for yourself! You know you want to, so go here, to pick one up.
Okay….on with the interview. (sexy wink)
1. Where do you find inspiration for your writing?
Life, pictures, random thoughts as I try to fall asleep. 🙂
2. What do you love most about writing erotica?
I love erotica because it allows me to write things I long to do. It’s fantasy, but there’s the possibility of it becoming real. I’ve found a lot of freedom in writing in this genre, as it allows me to develop a better understanding of my sexuality.
3. Any tips for writing a great sex scene?
This sounds stupid, but writing what you’d feel is my tip. Showing the reader how the characters are feeling things both physically and emotionally as the act is occurring puts them in the
In this example, I write what her mouth feels like on his skin and how the emotions trigger a certain response.
Her tongue teasing along his shaft sent a spiral of sensations along his spine that flashed like lightning in his mind. He locked his knees before they buckled as her lips brushed over the tip.
It was the desire mixing with love in her eyes that tightened his chest. Unknown feelings he’d buried deep bubbled up from his gut, and he clenched his jaw to keep from crying out. But the silky feel of her mouth around him, drawing him deep into lovely heat that shorted his brain.
Long before he was ready, he was releasing his essence into her hungry lips.
4. When did you start writing?
I’ve been a long time journaler, writing stories along with how my day went. Writing didn’t become a serious passion until a year or year and a half ago. I hadn’t written in a long time and then someone put up a prompt and I caught the bug.
5. What is your advice for other writers?
Keep at it. It’ll be tempting when people criticize your writing, you get a bad review, or you make a mistake in the publishing process to quit. Keep at it and one of these times you’ll get it right.
6. Do you have new releases coming soon?
I’m working on a compilation of short stories (10-15 stories from 500 to 25,000 words each) tilted Discover Me that I’m hoping to self-publish to Amazon on March. The stories are all erotic or erotic romances, cover topics like spanking and D/s, and span a couple genres. I’m hoping to give readers more of a taste of my writing style.