Thanks, Charlotte, for stopping in to do our interview!
What genre do your books fall into or is it a genre blended? My main – and original – genre is paranormal romance, but I have a YA contemporary published, I’m working on a romantic suspense, and my current release is considered Futuristic Romance.
What inspires you to write?Nothing and everything.
Do you listen to music or set the mood somehow to get writing?I couldn’t possibly listen to music. I get distracted too easily, and I’d end up singing along with the song. (And not very well.)
Do you have a favorite book of yours? Each book holds its own place in my heart (and on my wall). I have to say, just looking at the cover of REAL LOVE makes me smile, and the book itself is dedicated to my three girls.
Tell me something quirky about yourself.My oven died about 4 years ago and I’ve never replaced it. I hate to cook, so if I can’t barbeque it or if it doesn’t fit in my tiny toaster oven, then it doesn’t get made at my house.
What’s next for you? I’m at various stages of several romances at the moment…paranormal, suspense and YA.
Do you sing in the shower? No, but I do try to work out scenes
Buy Link for Real Love
Title: REAL LOVE
Series Name: Candy Hearts
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Theme(s): Futuristic Romance
Keywords: romance, science fiction, empath, space opera
Page Count: 52 pages
Digital Price: $1.99
As a young girl, Monda was placed into the tutelage of Mistress Teevac. Trained to use her empathic skills and educated in the ways to please a man, Monda is on her way to her new mate and master when her spaceship crashes. Rescued by a handsome space lieutenant, who literally makes her heart race, Monda’s eyes and heart are opened to new possibilities.
When Lieutenant Patrick Lancaster looks at the exotic Monda, he sees beautiful not alien. With an instinct to protect her and the desire to have her, he’d be honored t call her his own, but the starts have something else in mind. Or do they?
Her facemore angular than most.Her lips, thick. A constant pout, like she waited to be kissed. When he looked at her big blue eyes and long blue eyelashes, he thoughtexotic, not alien.
“Monda.” He reached to wipe the tear. No, it was not his place. He shoved his hand into his pocket. “I didn’t mean you. I don’t think of you as alien. I meant other aliens, like the green guys from Salvador. Have you seen them? About a meter high with pointed teeth. You can’t tell the males from the females except when they have their armor off.” He wanted to pull her into a hug. To comfort her and show her how sorry he felt. But she was promised to another, and while he might be an idiot, his mother also raised him as a gentleman. “Really, Monda, I’m sorry.”
“I know,” she whispered.
“What I mean is you’re an alien but not an alien.You don’t look like an alien. Of course any guy would be honored to have a girlfriend like you.”
“Any guy, but you.”
About the Author:
Charlotte Copper lives in Stouffville, Ontario – that’s in Canada, eh. When she isn’t working at her full-time job, Charlotte likes to craft, read, go to movies, and, of course, write. Charlotte hopes to have all of her stories published some day because, as a romance writer, she believes in happy endings!
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