Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Breaking down walls and answering a longstanding question for writers!

How much of our, an authors, real life is in a book?


For example, in my book Double Punch there's a scene where Ani walks into Castor and Pollux's kitchen and finds a naked man making coffee ... that really happened to me!

Well, happened with a few changes. The man wasn't nude, he was shirtless and wearing boxers, but why I remembered this incident so strongly was his hairy back ... it was like a rug and all I could think of was how unhygienic it was in the kitchen. Before I could say anything, my cutie quickly ushered me out of the house  with a promise that he'd make it up to me.

I haven't seen the hairy coffee maker in almost 10 years, but he's picking us up at the airport and taking us for "a great Irish fry up breakfast."

Should be interesting.

Double Punch, part of the Mythological Messes Redux series is a erotic mythological romance + ménage a trois, can be ordered through:

All Romance | Amazon | BN | iTunes | Kobo | Sony


Unknown said...

The best sellers around the world are the realistic stories such as harry potter tat looks real but is actually imaginary.

Finn Felton

Kopi Luwak

Tilly Greene said...

Well, Finn, there is the old adage to write what you know... :-)


Elly Green said...

On Amazon, if you purchase this book, you get a different book instead. You purchase Double Punch and get Hephaestus Lays Down the Law. Just so you know.