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Play A Couple of Games With Me

I'm a lover of games. So, what better way to get to know more about who I am than to play a few with me?



Game 1: This or That….


Rules:

1. Of the two choices, pick which on you prefer.
2. Do not think. Just answer with the first thing that pops in your head.
3. You may not change any answers, at any time.

Ready, Aim, Fire Away!

Facebook or Twitter? Both.
Google or Yahoo? Google is my best friend.
Target or Walmart? Target
Vampire or Shifter? Vamps - preferrably the ones that don't sparkle.
Shaken or Stirred? Shake it, baby!
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amborghini or Ferrari? Lambo.
Coke or Pepsi? Coke Zero.
Chocolate or Vanilla? I am a woman…this should be obvious…chocolate.
Potato Chips or Popcorn? I have a serious soft spot for potato chips.
Sausage or Bacon? Thick, juicy sausage is to-die-for.
C
ake or Ice Cream? The sweet, yummy goodness of ice cream.
Tea or Coffee? Espresso
Half-Empty or Half-Full? Half-Full.
Morning Person or Night Owl? Neither.
Bath or Shower? Depends on if I am alone or not. My rule of thumb: Shower alone. Bathe with a friend.
Up or Down? There is nowhere to go, but UP!
Hot or Cold? Cold. I love to be warmed up.
Wet or Dry? Wet.
Clean or Dirty? *snickers* Dirty.
Top or Bottom? Bottom.
Kiss or Hug? I adore kissing and being kissed.
Drive or Ride? Either.
Lick or Suck? Suck.
Bite or Nibble? Bite.
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oud or Quiet? I have no volume, mute, or censor button. I am loud 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year.
Whips or Crops? Easy, peasey, cheesey. Whips.
Gags or Blindfolds? Blindfolds.
B.O.B.—yes or no? Yes.
Silicone or Glass? Glass.
When writing…Menage or BDSM?Depends on the story.
When writing menage...MFM or MMF? Duh. MMF.


Game 2: The Favorite Thing Game


Rules:

1. Answer the question with the first thing that pops in your head.
2. Do not use more than five words.
3. Do not give more than one answer - unless otherwise noted.


Ready, Set, GO!

Favorite Color? Red.
Favorite Food? Singapore noodles.
Favorite Ethnic Food? Indian.
Favorite Movie? A Walk To Remember.
Favorite Number? 69.
Favorite Book? The Saint by Tiffany Reisz.
Favorite Series? The Original Sinners
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avorite Fairy Tale? Beauty And The Beast.
Favorite Writer? Tiffany Reisz.
Favorite Character in a Book? Soren Magnussen followed closely by Kingsley Edge.
Favorite Actor and Actress? Ryan Gosling and Amanda Seyfried
Favorite Singer (Male and Female)? Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood.
Favorite Musical Group? Rascal Flatts.
Favorite Type of Music? Country.
Favorite TV Show? Hart of Dixie, Reign, Allegiance, State of Affairs, Pretty Little Liars, & Chasing Life.
Favorite Sound? Laughter.
Favorite Body Part? Hands.
Favorite Curse Word? Fuck me naked and steal my clothes.
Favorite Flower? Gerber Daisy.
F
avorite Animal? Hippopotamus (Okay, hipps are not my favorite animal. I just love to say, "Hipppoooooppppaaatttttuuuummmuussss!")
Favorite Season? Winter.
Favorite Place? Disney World, the Smoky Mountains, and Hilton Head Island.
Favorite Day of the Week? Friday.


An Interview With Mia



Okay, let’s start with some fun questions….



Q: If you could be a tree, what kind would you be?

A: Oh, the irony. When I was a little girl, I had quite the imagination. Okay, I admit it. I dreamed big. One particular fantasy was that all things were living beings with thoughts and feelings, including trees. So, I was often found sitting by various trees, chattering away. In my defense, I didn’t want them to be lonely! Many kids have imaginary friends, I had tree friends. Anyway, someone asked me this exact question back then. My answer was, and still is, a Weeping Willow. They were everything that I wanted to be when I grew up – larger than life, beautiful, strong, soothing, graceful, majestic, and dramatic. As an adult, I no longer talk to them, but they have a special place in my heart.

Q: If you could be a superhero, what would you want your super powers to be?

A: My dirty mind is screaming, “X-Ray vision,” so I think that I will go with that one.

Q: If you knew that you were going to be stranded on a dessert island what items would you bring along with you? This does not include necessities such as water, clothing, or food.

A: My e-reader (a girl has got to be able to read), laptop (a writer must have something to keep her sanity with), my writing notebooks (at least, one for each Kansas town—Serenity, Kinky, Luscious, and Trinity), solar chargers (wouldn’t want the electronic gadgets to go dead), and a satellite phone (to call for help).

Q: If you were a vegetable, what would you be?

A: A piece of ginger

Q: If you were a fruit, what would you be?

A: A cherry.

Q: If you wrote a message to be stuffed in a fortune cookie, what would it say?

A: “Kinky is using a feather. Perverted is using the whole chicken.” – Author Unknown


Now, let’s get a little more personal….



Q: You are a big fan of quotes. Are there any that you would like to share with the readers?

A: That’s easy. I have two favorite quotes – one for the hopeless romantic residing in my soul and one for the naughty chick dirty dancing in my mind. “I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you.” - Elizabeth Barrett Browning and “Play with each other. Play with yourselves. Just don’t play with the squirrels, they bite.” – Author Unknown.

Q: If someone snooped through your personal library, what would they find?

A: All sorts of books by a variety of authors. Truthfully, I will read just about anything. If someone placed a book in front of me, I guarantee that I will crack it open and start reading. I never discriminate; however, my personal favorites are all erotic romances, most of them menages. MMF, MFM, MFMM, I don't care. I love them all!

Q: What books and authors have influenced your writing?

A: Two books stand out in my mind. “Double Standards” by Judith McNaught was one of my first romance reads. I was fairly young at the time, but I remember thinking, “I want to love, and be loved, like that.” After that, I read every romance novel I could get my hands on. The second book is “Small Town Siren” by Sophie Oak. This novel was my first glimpse into the world of MMF ménages. Yes, I am perfectly aware that this was a MFM, but the emotional connection between the two heroes had me salivating for “Siren In The City” which was a MMF. The beauty of the two men’s relationship took my breath away and thrust me into a new world that would forever change my writing.

Q: Name five writers you would most like to meet and why?

A: I have been very blessed since I started writing. I have met a whole slew of authors that I never imagined I would get to meet, let alone become friends with. But there are a few authors that I have yet to meet that I would absolutely love to rub elbows with, if only for a moment. They are (in no particular order): Lucy Monroe because she's my author hero, Sherrilyn Kenyon because she's Sherrilyn Kenyon, Edith DuBois because she has a wicked sense of humor, Stacey Espino because she inspires me, and Julia Quinn because I want to meet the woman who penned The Bridgerton series.

Q: Obviously, you love to write. Why is that?

A: Why do I eat? Or drink? Or breathe? I have to for my own survival - and everyone else's around me.

Q: Do you fly by the seat of your pants or do you plot your course beforehand?

A: I start out with a plan, but I go where the wind takes me. Before I begin, I outline the entire story from beginning to end. As I write, I give myself over to the moment. The characters take me where they want to go, and I scramble around to alter the outline to fit the new twist or turn. By the end of the story, the outline is probably seventy to eighty percent different than the initial one. I don’t complain, though. The system works best for all parties.

Q: Do you have an interesting writing quirk like writing upside down, typing with your toes, or hopping on one foot while talking into a tape recorder? Or, do you have a lucky charm like a b.o.b on your desk?

A: My writing quirk involves my car. When I plot, I drive. When I’m blocked, I drive. When I’m stressed out or tired, I drive. For the story I’m working on now, I drove around three different counties for four hours. I cannot even remember how many times I pulled over – on the side of the road or in every kind-of parking lot known to man. If anyone lives in East Tennessee and spots a Subaru sedan driving aimlessly in circles, pulling over at random places, it’s me!

Q: This is a very common question, but inquiring minds want to know. What inspires you?

A: If someone can figure out the answer to this question, please let me know. I’m just kidding. Sort of. I don’t exactly know where the inspiration comes from. Often, it comes to me like a bolt of lightning. I have tons of “Eureka!” moments. The closest answer I can give is the characters are my inspiration. They appear in my mind and tell me their story. I jot it down and run like the wind.

Q: Speaking of inspiration, what inspired you to write your first book?

A: When I decided to follow my dreams, I had a “Crap! What am I going to write?” moment. A few days passed before the answer fell into my lap. While surfing the Internet, I found a short story writing contest that I thought was the perfect opportunity for me. I grabbed my laptop and just started writing. And writing. The further I got into the story, the more my heart became attached and the more the outline grew. A week went by, and I grew closer to the dreaded word count maximum. My heart was breaking and my characters were furious. Let me just say, this was not a good combination. I was on a one way trip to insanity. Finally I realized that I had to make a decision—keep going until I was done or just end the story now. When it came down to it, I couldn’t bear to stop. So I followed my heart, and I ended up with a full-length book. Go figure.

Q: Give a morsel of what is to come…

A: A lot of trips to my favorite Kansas towns—Serenity, Trinity, Kinky, and Luscious.



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