1. Tell us about your most recent release. Dirty Little Girl, a short story and the fourth in my Dirty Little series, released on May 15 at www.extasybooks.com. It’s based off the meaning of the blue rose for the Fantasy Gardens series at eXtasy Books. Here’s the blurb: One bite and life will never be the same... Tired of living with her crazy mother, Jamie Sue embarks on an adventure of her own seeking life in a big city. A strange urge prompts her to stop and stay in Las Vegas so she gets off the bus and settles in. When she meets her golden angel, Michael, she believes she’s found the love of her life, but things aren’t always what they seem. Will the bite of his love change her forever?
Jamie Sue will also be the heroine in my June 15th release, Dirty Little Demons. For information on that story and to see a trailer, visit: http://www.crmoss.net/dirtylittlestories/
2. What genre do you prefer to write? Is there a genre you’d like to write in that you haven’t tried yet? I feel most comfortable writing dark romance. I’ve thought about inspirational, but that might be a bit of a stretch for me.
3. What do you like to read? I’ll read just about anything. Like with my writing I’m a pretty eclectic reader too…paranormal, sci-fi, romance, mystery/suspense…
4. What do you feel is your strength as an author? For instance: characterization, dialogue, sexual tension, sex scenes???? Characterization and description. I’ve been told I draw the audience in so they feel what the characters feel and long for what they long for.
5. How did you choose your pen name? Does it hold some significance special to you? My pen name contains my real initials and a translation of my last name.
6. Where do you see your writing career taking you? Goals for two, four, six years. I’m planning on becoming agented in the next couple of years, selling and releasing stories through a NY house in the next five and making to the best sellers lists after that—along with keeping a supply of e-books going.
7. Do you ever use people you know as characters in your book, or composites? On occasion, I do composites. I’ll take a basis of a person and mix it with quirks, mannerisms, personalities of other people.
8. Do you find that your creativity is more active mornings, afternoon, or evenings? Late afternoon to evenings to late at night.
10. What’s your favorite leisure activity? Why? I’ve been known to crochet. It keeps the mind occupied and helps me relax. Plus, I can make presents for the people I care about.
C.R. Moss, a self-proclaimed eccentric and eclectic writer, pens stories for both the mainstream and erotic romance markets, giving readers Worlds of Possibilities. For more about the woman behind the keyboard and her books, visit: www.crmoss.net