Friday, December 21, 2018

Friday's Guest Seelie Kay talking about Who She Was Before #MFRWAuthor #Romance #Suspense

1.      What were you in your life before you became a writer? Did this influence your writing?

I was a lawyer and journalist. So the transition to freelance writer and author was fairly smooth. I write about lawyers in love, sometimes with a dash of kink, so I am using more than 20 years of memories when crafting characters and plots.

2.      Are you genre specific or general? Why? I don't mean genres like romance, mystery, fantasy etc. There are many subgenres of the above.

I always write romance, but it varies from fantasy and contemporary to paranormal, mystery, and suspense. 

3.      Did your reading choices have anything to do with your choice of a genre or genres?

Writing romantic suspense definitely came out of my preference for detective and mystery novels.  

4.      What's your latest release? 

The President’s Daughter, which was released on Dec. 22. Here’s the blurb—

When presidential candidate Jamisen Powell meets volunteer Sarah Lee Pearson, he is shocked to discover her eyes mirror his own. But Sarah was raised by two loving parents and has no questions about her heritage. Instead, after their death, she merely longs to find an extended family. She becomes convinced that Powell could be a distant relative. Powell, on the other hand, has spent twenty-five long years haunted by the memory of a daughter kidnapped from her bed. He suspects Sarah could be his long-lost daughter. As both launch separate covert searches for the truth, Sarah is found by the estranged parents of the man who raised her. Suddenly, the truth will no longer set her free. It could destroy the happy memories of her childhood. Hang on to your seat, and more importantly, hang on to your heart, as one woman discovers the true meaning of family.

5.      What are you working on now? 

The third book in my Feisty Lawyers series. It’s called “Cult.” Then it’s on to a new series about a  lawyer who’s also a vampire!

6.      Where can we find you?

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