Her books are too hot for Amazon! Doms, darkness, and decadent fantasies of a forbidden world…. her experience brings life, realness, and characters that will suck you in and hold on to your soul. Here’s a personal look at my Author of the month for March, Drew Sera!
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Emotionally gripping dark romance is Drew’s niche. Drew is passionate about creating engaging characters that readers will fall for again and again.
Drew resides in Sin City, and her love of the city makes it a natural backdrop for many of her books.
Traveling, warm weather, and candy (particularly green M&M’s) are some of Drew’s favorite things.
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When did you know that you wanted to be an Author and what made you choose Romance?
I had enjoyed writing as a child through college, but it wasn’t until 2013 that I decided to actually sit down and write to publish.
How long does it take for you to write a book from start to finish?
It takes me quite a while to write and it depends on the length.
Where do you draw inspirations from?
All over. Many are characters based on some friends, but with a fictional twist to them. But a news headline could even spark inspiration.
Who are some of your favorite Authors?
Maya Banks is one of my favorites along with Cherise Sinclair.
A nice romantic evening at home or a night full of adventure?
I’d pick a nice romantic evening at home any day.
A movie is made about your life…what is the title?
“Anything But The Ordinary.”
What advice would you give a new Author?
Take your time and publish when you’re happy with the book.
How do you handle writer’s block?
Don’t force anything in the book. Taking a step back and giving it time works wonders.
What challenges do you encounter in the process of publishing?
None right now, but when I was writing a lot for quick releases, time was the biggest challenge.
Wine, liquor, or beer?
What do you like to do in your downtime?
Spend time with friends and read.
Do you feel that your writing has evolved from when you published your first book?
Yes, I was very wordy in the beginning.
Have you ever written a book that you did not publish?
No, not yet
Are you currently working on anything?
Slowly working on a book. It’ll be a book that will fit inside my Club Irons Series. No release date is set.
Finally, what message do you have for your readers?
Thank you for your support and patience.
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