About the Author
Natasha Clark lives in Skegness, a city of golden beaches and windy shores. She learned to escape into books at an early age and writes from her experience with just the right touch of added fantasy. She loves long walks on the beach as much as she loves late nights at the bar. Her favorite drink is a Sea Breeze so feel free to buy her one if you meet. She loves all animals and longs to have a dog but hasn’t got around to it yet. Her current favorite is a Cockapoo and she hopes that soon she will get one to enjoy her walks.
If you like romance that will steam up your windows and leave you wanting more then you will enjoy her books.
What inspires you to write romance books?
If I say the voices in my head will they lock me up? I find it hard to look at people and objects? without a story coming to mind! Too many hours daydreaming have made me a hopeless romantic and I can’t stop my mind.
Sometimes the characters just want their voices to be heard and I have to give in. But I love it really escaping into a book is one of the best pleasures there is. One of them mind, there are other pleasures I enjoy.
Tell us about how you write:
It starts with the characters. What makes them tick? What do they need? Where can I send them? I then outline, I use a program called Scrivner which allows you to use postcards electronically and is just an allround great writing tool. Sometimes I will just close my eyes and feel the characters and then let the words pour from my fingers.
Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Ha Ha. Yes oc course. Sometimes they get very angry if I put them in bad situations. The characters are the key to any story and you have to let them have their say.
What advice would you give other writers?
Read, read and read some more. Write often, I find every day is best as it keeps you in the flow. If you get stuck just write for five minutes and usually the flow will start. Above all don’t give in and enjoy your writing.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I think that ebooks are the best way to start. I have total control and I love it.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Ebooks will gain a larger share of the market every year. I think publishing is at a really exciting time and for readers and authors alike it is very exciting.
What genres do you write?
Erotica, erotic romance, Bdsm, Dominance, paranormal
What formats are your books in?
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