Sun is a romance author from sunny LA! Wow, thanks for dropping by, Sun. I hope you've brought the weather with you.
Now I like to start out with an ice breaker called 'Who would be your ideal man?' What do you think, Sun? Who would yours be?
I see. They're getting wise to me now. Not even a clue to send me scampering around the internet fishing for pickies? Well then you had better come up with a great teenage crush to keep me happy! Come on Sun, spill. Who did you have on your walls when you were younger?
Davy Jones of The Monkeys.
The Monkeys? I LOVED them! I used to watch them every weekend on TV. I have a CD of thiers in the car too, much to my children's disgust. ;-) Oh, there he is - what pointy shoes!
Thinking back to careers then. With a name like yours you'd have been a fab weather girl. What did you want to do with your life?
Go go dancer!
Ok, I was very naïve at that time…even applied in a racy club, but told them I wanted to wear my own costume… that didn’t go over too well, so I hit the pavement looking for work. Oh wait! That doesn’t sound so good either!? I mean I was looking for work not necessarily my ideal job by then, but like in an office, restaurant, library… something fun but legit.
LOL. I tell you: you, Dani-Lyn and I should get together; we could be the first dancing romance authors. :-) And writing about fictional men IS definitely fun. And we'll get on to your writing in just a second, but I'm curious to know which books captured your imagination back then.
Nancy Drew Mysteries, Trixie Belden Mysteries, and tons of Harlequin Romances.
So the signs were there from an early age. On to your writing now. You had great success with Manhattan Millionaire's Cinderella http://tinyurl.com/kv5f5ok
and now you've got All Wrapped Up In You out there too. This girl's on a roll!
Thanks for dropping by, Sun. Good luck with your books and feel free to pop in next time you're over this way.
And you can find Sun on Facebook, using the link at the start, or twitter: https://twitter.com/sunchara3