Alright. Alright! I confess that I haven’t a sodding clue what to do today. Except for writing, of course. And because this totally counts as writing, I present you this meme I found on Tumblr! It’s really hard!
red: when and how did you first realize you loved writing?
Probably when I was a child. And even then, I don’t think I did.
orange: who is your greatest literary inspiration, and why?
I have no clue.
yellow: what is your favorite style?
Humorous and sexy.
green: whose style do you imitate the most?
I like to blend between Sommer Marsden and Charlotte Stein.
blue: what is your favorite genre/subject on which to write?
Erotica, romance, humor, sex.
indigo: what do you think is the greatest flaw in your writing?
It’s still not at the level I want it to be.
violet: what is your favorite thing about your writing?
That the things I come up with make me giggle sometimes.
pink: what attracts you to writing in general? why do you love it?
I can express myself better through writing. I love that I can lose myself into the world I create.
silver: top three sources of inspiration
London, my own fantasies, random quotes and images.
black: your dreams! be published, be a critical success? what?
To be able to write whatever my heart tells me to write. To bring out one non-fiction and one fiction book, at least. To write that Ultimate Guide to James Bond I’ve been dreaming of writing for years. To write a thriller.
lemon: do you write fanfiction? if so, what genre? otp?
Okay. I haven’t written fanfic yet (apart from some shitty attempts) because I have no idea how to capture the voices of the characters I want to write about.
lime: what are some of the most prevalent themes in your work?
Romance. Longing. Humor. Intimacy.
brown: three favorite novels
Charlotte Street- Danny Wallace/ Until It’s Over – Nicci French/ The Yorkshire Pudding Club – Milly Johnson
rainbow: three favorite authors
Nicci French, Danny Wallace, Caitlin Moran. I’ve recently discovered PG Wodehouse too. Dash it. Also loving Joe Abercrombie.
white: weirdest thing you’ve ever written
The weirdest, most hilarious (to me) thing I’ve ever written was on request from… I think it was Jack, who wanted me to go deeper in on a piece of dialogue from Piano Man. This became the spec of brilliance that is My Husband, The Exhibitionist.