The Multi Genre, Multi Day Themed Event Interview – Desiree A. Cox

Here is my author interview with Desiree Cox for The Multi Genre, Multi Day Themed Event. We will be highlighting her book No Remorse which is free with KU so make sure to grab your copy today!

What made you choose to write in the romance genre?
I love love and romance. It was a natural fit for me.

How many books do you currently have out and which one would you recommend new readers start with?
As of today, I have nine romance books and one mystery/crime story (all 18+).  I’d recommend starting with Intertwined Hearts. I loved writing that story and think it’s just a fantastic love story. But I’m very partial to love at first sight. I’d also highly recommend one-clicking No Remorse. It’s #FREE April 29-30.

Do you enjoy reading romance books as much as you like to write them?
OMG, I love reading erotic romance books.  I’ve been on a paranormal and stepbrother kick lately and can’t seem to put my kindle down.

If you could co-write a new romance book with any other author who would you choose and why?
It would be hard to choose an author, there are so many amazingly talented authors. I’d definitely want to work with someone who writes 18+ steamy sex scenes, too.

How do you think you have grown as an author from the time when you first started until now?
I think overall my writing has improved, and my stories are more developed than when I released my debut.

If you had to describe the life of an author in three words what would you choose?
The three words that I think describe my author life the best are time-consuming, hard, and thrilling.

Do you have any recent literary news that you would like to share with us?
I have my double release today!  My new titles are No Remorse and Unselfish Love.  I do have my next WIP started. It will be a paranormal romance that’s part of the A Wolf’s Hunger Series. There are 3 titles available now in the series – 2 by A.K. Michaels and 1 by Julia Mills. There are a lot more to come.

How long on average does it take you from start to finish to release a new book?
It takes me a long time. I work full-time and am really busy on the weekends. My writing time is very limited these days.  I’d say on average, I need to plan for 4-5 months. If I can get done sooner, I jump for joy.

What book or books do you plan on promoting during your romance themed day takeover?
I plan to promote my 2 new releases, my trilogy, and my menage titles.

If you could give your younger self one piece of advice when it came to being an author what would you say and why?
Pay closer attention in English class, lol.  I hated learning about verbs, adjectives, punctuation, and all that jazz.

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