About the Author
2nd Place winner of the 2013 Author Award Fiction4all in Erotica Genre
3rd Place winner of the 2013 Author Award Fiction4all in Dark Erotica Genre
Lord Koga is the pen name for a local Grand Rapids, Michigan Author, whom for the last 4 years has been writing in the specific genres of Erotic Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Lesbian Fiction, Romantic Fiction, Horror/sci-fi/fantasy erotica, as well as capture, S & M, BDSM fiction.
The pen name “Lord Koga,” has been shortened over the years from its original name Lord Kogarasumaru. The origins of the name Kogarasumaru “Little Crow” is derive from a unique Japanese tachi sword rumored to have been created by legendary Japanese smith Amakuni during 8th century CE. The “little Crow” is considered to be unique as it is a bridge between the old double edge blades of Japan and the more modern version which eventually became known as Katana.
Currently Lord Koga has over 150 titles out in e-book format and 7 titles in both print and ebook format.
What inspires you to write romance books?
The fact that I can do it and do it well. The creative mind knows no bounds, thus when it comes to erotica and romantic fiction anything is possible.
Tell us about how you write:
This is kind of hard to explain but no I don’t do the outline type of thing, instead I look back on prior personal experience, apply that to my creativity and bam I go off on it. I’m more of a “seat of the pants what would be the ultimate thing to do” kind of writer.
What advice would you give other writers?
Never stop writing, never stop improving and to always take comments about your books with a grain of salt so to speak, don’t change anything if you are happy with it.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I tried the old publisher thing and after awhile realized that I could do the same thing they were doing for myself. Indie writing is the way to go.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Indie all the way. As my creative writing professor always said, “everyone has a story to tell, and everyone can write, they just need to put it to paper.”
What genres do you write?
Fiction and non-fiction erotica romance, legal
What formats are your books in?
Both eBook and Print