Sexy Six Authors Q&A #4: When did you decide to become a writer?

This post would be the continuation of Q&A session with the Sexy Six team and in case you’ve missed the third one, here is the link to it.

It’s a pleasure to interview the six sexy authors from the Sexy Six team. A warm welcome to our blog and we hope that you’ve enjoyed the interview session with us.

We’ve asked them a few questions and the answers for each question from all six of them will be published as a series. Let’s check out question #4

When did you decide to become a writer? 

Chris Lange 

I read my first real book at the age of five and I wrote my first short story when I was a teenager. After college, life happened so I stopped writing for a lot of years. But I’m back now.

Leanore Elliott

In 2006. After writing on my (Great American) Novel for 10 years… I finally started to try and get published.

Jennifer Theriot

After reading Fifty Shades, my girlfriends and I met for drinks and dinner and we had a long discussion about the book. Our conversation led to romance between middle aged women and it kind of evolved from there. They put the dare out there and my mind started swirling with character ideas.
Maggie Nash

About 15 years ago I ran out of books…started writing my first book…and I haven’t stopped!
Morticia Knight

Very young, but it became an actual serious decision when I was twelve. The kids all thought I was crazy because all I cared about was scribbling away in my notebooks. When they finally asked me to read my stories out loud to them, it all changed. Then they’d bug me about writing new chapters so they could find out what happened next !
Sandy Wolters

I started writing paranormal romance relatively late in life. I was fifty-years old when I published my first book.


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