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Friday, 14 November 2014

AUTHOR K.T FISHER INTERVIEW

AUTHOR INTERVIEW
WITH
K.T FISHER
PLEASE WELCOME THE AUTHOR THAT BROUGHT
US THE HOT ROCKER SERIES DECOY AND ONE
HALF OF THE AWSOME DUO BEHIND
THE SEVERED SERIES, K.T FISHER.

 

Hi Kellie,Tell us a little about yourself?
 
 
 
I’m K.T Fisher, I’m 24 years old and I’m an erotic romance author. Some people, actually quite a lot of people ask what K.T stands for and if they are my real initials. K.T stands for Kellie Theresa and my real name is actually Kellie Theresa Fisher. I have two beautiful daughters and have been with my partner ever since we were 15! I love everything to do with reading and writing and have dreamed of becoming an author from childhood.


How would you describe your books?
 
 
Currently all of my books are erotic romances. Two of them are rock star themed. The Decoy series is more suspense and my Black Inferno is also erotic suspense but a lot darker. As well as rock stars, I also have co-wrote a biker series with Ava Manello called Severed MC. Now that series is not for the light hearted, it is packed with danger and twists. I have many others stored for safe keeping but I also want to try the paranormal side of things and maybe even the world of young adults.


 


What genre is your work mainly? Do you tend to stay in the same vein or are you hoping ( if not already ) to explore new ventures?
 
 
Currently all my books fall under new age romance and erotic romance. I would LOVE to reach out to the paranormal world. I’m also thinking about writing for a younger audience.


 


Can you share with us a quote from one of your favourite characters in your books?
 
 
Oh there’s too many for me to choose from and I haven’t got one single favourite character, I love them all. I will say though, in my latest book Rockstar’s Temptation, I love how Max calls Maisy, ‘Maisy Moo.’ :D



Is it hard to come up with new idea's and / or plot's?
 
 
Most of the time, surprisingly not. As soon as I think about a rough plot or the smallest idea I have to write it down and it spirals into ideas and events right away. Sometimes in the middle of the book I can get stuck though, but that’s why I have to write a chapter plan. It’s a must for me.



What inspired you to write your book?
 
 
 
I just really love writing! Simple as that. I have dreamed of becoming a writer for such a long time that I appreciate every release. My love of rockers and bikers inspired me to write my own.



Who is the easiest character to write for and Why? Hardest and why?
 
 
The easiest characters to write for are the children because they can get away with anything! The hardest character to write for is probably the really evil characters because I’m not an evil person but Ava Manello has taught me well. I now delve into my newly evilness.


 


Without giving anything away, what is / are your favourite scenes in your book ( s )?
 
 
In my books, I think my favourite scenes are the ones where the big alpha male character realises that he has mistakenly fallen for a woman and it absolutely terrifies him. Those scenes are fun!



Do you have any hobbies?
 
 
Reading, writing and online shopping!



Do you have a specific writing style?
 
 
I’ve been told that I do, but I don’t see it myself and I’m not aware what style it is.


 


How did you come up with the title?
 
 
Titles can be a tricky thing. That and writing a book blurb! With Rockstars Temptation I actually asked my street team for some help. Titles have to fit in with their series and also capture their own individuality.



How much of the book is realistic? Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
 
 
How I wish parts in my books have happened to me! No, I’m not talking about the stalking, torturing and murder. I’m talking about the adventures, the lifestyles and the amazing sex! Some of the sex scenes spring from the truth, don’t tell my partner that because his head would explode.



What books have most influenced
your life most?
 
 
Anybody who really knows me should know this answer. The Harry Potter series made my love for books triple! Before them, I did enjoy reading but after reading J.K Rowlings amazing wizarding world, I had a love for books so much I began to dream I was clever enough to write my own books and I started to write short stories in my diary. I still have some of these and I want to bring them to life!



If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
 
 
I wouldn’t say I had a mentor because I admire so many.



What book are you reading now?
 
 
 
Right now I am reading All in (The Knights of Mayhem) by Brooke Greene and I am loving it!



What are your current projects? If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your books?
 
 
 
Right now I am slowly writing a brand new series that is hushed. I have just finished Rockstar’s Temptation and getting ready to write the new Severed MC book, Carnal Persuasion, with Ava. I am actually thinking of going back over Rockstar Daddy and Rockstar’s Girl and letting my brand new editor work her magic on them.




Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?
 
 
As long as I can remember! I’ve always wanted to write but never thought it would be possible.



Can you share a little of your current work with us?
 
 
 
“Jesus, Tan!” Jessica laughs.
“What?” She shrugs and tries to look innocent. She’s not fooling anyone. “I can’t help it if my man likes to taste me every chance he can get. Even on the beach.”

“Children!” Sophie squeals as she attempts to cover April’s tiny ears.

“Please.” Tanya laughs, leaning closer to baby April. “You need to hear these things from your Auntie Tanya, baby girl. Trust me on that.”

Sophie shakes her head. “We don’t need to be thinking about that just yet.”

“Jax already is,” Kendal grumbles. “He’s already working himself up over protecting Grace from boys. I swear, he’s already got Finley and the boys training for it.”

“Yeah, about that. Sam got a call from your husbands.” Tanya points to Kendal and Sophie. “They’re asking for back-up, because these girls are too damn gorgeous!” She squeals as she tears April from Sophie’s arms.

We all laugh, but it doesn’t surprise me. Jax is going to be crazy protective of that little girl, and he has reason to be. That little girl has all of her mother’s beauty already, and she’s going to have them chasing after her every day of the week! As for April, she is every part of her mother, but she has her dads looks as well These men are going to have their hands full, but we women will make sure they have all the fun they need.

Kendal’s phone rings, and everyone falls quiet.

“Hi,” she answers brightly, and I already know it’s Jax on the other end. “Sure, yeah, I’m leaving now.”

She hangs up and stands, ordering Finley to get his shoes on and getting the triplets ready. “Leaving me already?” I joke.

“Yep.” She smirks.

“But we’re staying,” Jessica adds, pointing to herself and Tanya.

“Ok, great.” I say sarcastically.

“No, not “great”, because you’re having a makeover,” Tanya informs me.

My teasing smile falls from my face and all the girls laugh. “Why?”

“We can’t tell you that.” Sophie kisses me on the cheek.

“Now, help me out, will ya?” Kendal asks, and I pick up Noah as Jessica and Tanya follow with Rory and Grace. “Jesus, why did Jax have to bless me with three babies?” she moans on our way. “Why can’t I be like Soph?” She gestures over to Sophie who is easily managing April and her baby change bag all by herself as she makes her way to her car. As Kendal whines, Sophie giggles, but I really feel for Kendal. It has to be tough with triplets. As much as she loves them all, she went from having just Finley to having a full house! That’s got to be a little stressful.

FROM ROCKSTAR'S TEMPTATION-OUT NOW

 


Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
 
 
It used to be the damned writers block, but I’ve found that writing a chapter plan and then a rough chapter guide really helps.



Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?
 
 
I couldn’t possibly choose! There are
 too many!


Who designed the covers?
 
 
Well, it has always been Clarise Tan from CT Cover Creations but for Rockstar’s Temptation I went with a new designer called Louisa Maggio @ LM Creations.



What was the hardest part of writing your book?
 
 
 
With Rockstars Temptation, it was probably the hospital scenes. They were a little tricky and I had to properly look up hospital diagnosis for Maisy’s treatment.



Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?
 
 
Yes I did! Whist I was looking through websites and blogs to do with the hospital scenes for Maisy, I was overwhelmed with people’s stories and their road to recovery.



Do you have any advice for other writers?
 
 
I’m still pretty new to the indie writer world as I’ve only been releasing my work for just over a year but if I was to give a piece of advice, it would be to do you chapter plan. Seriously, they really help and once you have a rough guide as to what’s happening in your book, then roughly write down what will happen in each chapter. As you go along, they will change and the number of chapters will probably increase because whilst writing a new idea would have come along, but that’s a good thing and it really helps to fight off the writers block.



Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
 
 
 
Just a HUGE thank you to everyone who has read my books or are going to read one. As I’ve said before, this is my dream and as my readers you are making this all come true.



What is your favourite genre to write?
 
 
So far I have only written erotic romance and I do love writing this genre. How could you not! Reaching into the darker side can be fun too. I am really looking forward to writing some paranormal though, that should be exciting!



What is your favourite genre to read?
 
 
I love a wide range. Erotica, romance, suspense, dark romance and paranormal.



How long have you been writing for?
 
 
About two years, but I released my first book in August 2013.



What is your favourite  movie?
 
 
That is a very hard question! I have so many, but I would have to say that right now it would be the Hunger Games series and The Mortal Instruments series. I love them and the books were better!
Also I watch Divergent the other
week and I fell in love!



How difficult is it to come up with one of your amazing plots?
 
 
Not that hard really. I have a notebook full of ideas and plots, they randomly come to mind throughout the day.



How about characters?  Are they easily born and developed?
 
 
 
Yes, just like the plots they can come easily. I think as soon as you have a good solid plot, the characters are born with it.


How long does it take you to complete a novel from concept to completion?
 
 
 
The quickest It has taken me was 4 months and the longest would be around 5 months. With the Severed series, because I write with Ava Manello it’s quite fast and we work well under a tight deadline.



What was your first published piece? And how was it to publish your first book?
 
 
 
My first book was Rockstar Daddy in my Decoy series and it was very scary! I had the help from some great authors because otherwise I wouldn’t have known what the hell to do.



Have  you ever trashed a novel or story before or after finishing it, feeling it wasn't turning out as you planned?
 
 
Yes! Before I wrote Rockstar Daddy, I started to write a vampire series but never completed it. I got to the middle of the book and deleted the whole file. I wasn’t happy with it and I felt forced to write it so I stopped. I wouldn’t release anything that I am not happy with. So Rockstar Daddy was born.



Out of all your brilliant characters  Which ones were you favourite?
 
 
I love them all, I really do but I always find the latest characters you have written about are a little closer to your heart. I believe that’s because they are fresh in your mind but they’re like you’re children. You love them equally.


 


Do you have a special time or place
to write?
 
 
I like to write when my children are at school or in bed at night. If I am on a tight deadline or just have the urge to write, I will if they are behaving. Otherwise I can’t. I also don’t like to write after 9:30pm because I like me and my partner to have ‘our time,’ because writing can easily take over.



Any funny experiences or quirks you'd like to share with your readers?
 
 
Well, the good thing about reading and writing so much erotic is trying everything out!


Which one of your awesome  books would you like to see be made in to a movie?
 
 
Oooooo! So hard! I’ve been told my Decoy series would make a good movie but I think Severed MC would be a fantastic movie franchise.



What was the worse job you ever done?
 
 
I haven’t had a bad job. I’m 24 and had my first daughter at 17. I completed my GCSE’s and went to college and now I am an independent author.



Do you ever get any ideas at random moments, and if so how do you hand on to them?
 
 
All the time! I can be sitting at home and a thought would spring to mind. The most recent was me and my partner were on a date in a nice restaurant and a book idea popped into my head. I had to write it down!



Can you write on demand and under pressure, or do you need time and space before the creativity starts to flow and how do you over come writers block?
 
 
Once I have the plot, the chapter plan and rough chapter draft can take a couple of days to finalise. Once I have done that, it can be pretty easy going to write the book.



Who was your inspiration  behind your lead men in your books?
 
 
Just any hot man that I found a
 photo off! Haha
 
 
14TH NOVEMBER 2014
 

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