Currently she is working on her next SK MINI project under her self-publishing company, Samara King Books or SKB. She recently become a columnist for The Urban Source Magazine. Her column, Real Talk with Samara King will launch in January 2011.
Samara lives in Chicago with her teenage son, where she encounters new adventures every day that service her in the creation of each of her stories!
About Hot to the Touch: SK MINIs (Volume 1)
Club Owner Belinda Gilles has come a long way since the little lost girl from Leimert Park who’d married millionaire Brandon Forde she once was. Now a wealthy widow and independent businesswoman, Belle has finally left her past behind her and severed ties that had left her with nothing but a broken heart. During a chance encounter with a masked stranger during the annual masquerade ball, Belle gives in to a soul-stirring passion that reawakes a lust, she’d long thought gone. Now a year, later that unquenchable lust has only intensified as Belle hopes to come face to face with her mystery lover. She could have never suspected for her past and present to collide in one heart pounding moment and losing her soul in the next.
Readers can reach her at: email@example.com or visit her site at: http://samaraking.com
Interview with Samara King
When did you know you wanted to publish a book? I knew when I started writing seriously for publication and had the hunger within to see my book in another person’s hands.
Why did you pick the genre that you write? I’ve been reading romance novels since I was in 8th grade and I love the genre, I’m a romantic J
If you could write in any other genre what would it be? I write multi-genres: paranormal, suspense, contemporary, etc.
What is your writing process? It depends on the project. However, I definitely start with character first, picture browsing, reading, etc. and progress to character profiles.
How long did it take you to write your current book? It took about 6 weeks.
What mistakes have you made with this book that you will be sure to correct next time? I think I will not overcomplicate details, lol. In shorter fiction, you try not to leave anything out and I try very hard to do that.
When do you feel most comfortable in your writing zone? When the characters are so vivid that I can close my eyes and see them.
Who is your favorite author? Brenda Jackson Favorite book? I love all her work.
What books are you currently reading? I have not had the time to crack open a book for the last two months but working on rectifying that soon J
What advice do you have for those who are looking to publish their first book? Stay true to your voice, keep honing your craft and never stop learning