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SP-Where do you find your Monday Morning Muses?

Rawiya: Ah well until the picture controversy I used any man I wanted. Then I had to use the men found on royalty free sites. *sighs* They aren’t always “it” though but the last ones have been spot on.

SP-How many is too many for a love scene?

Rawiya: For me over 3. *waggles eyebrows* I’ve read books where its 4 or more. I even read one where the woman had 7 lovers. It was an erotic take on Snow White and the dwarfs. Very creative but not for me. Menage a trois is as high as I’ll go!

SP-Have you had more issues for writing m/m or interracial?

Rawiya: Actually no. I think it’s what makes me stand out. My books have done pretty well. Not on any top of the chart lists yet but still enough to garner attention. Unlike my fellow muses, BLMorticia and Michael Mandrake, my focus is only on multiracial relationships. I’m looking to take this farther than just black/white too. I have Asian and Indian males on my list of characters to come.

SP-What’s heating up in your WIPs?

Rawiya: At the moment I’m idle. I just finished edits on my next book, Sugar Daddy an m/m interracial May/December and now I’m waiting to finish my ménage a trois book called Trois in Treble. Can’t wait to get back to that!

SP-How far into a book is too far for the first sex scene in a book?

Rawiya: To me there is no such thing. It all depends on the plot line and the characters. In my opinion, the longer they stay out of bed, the better. Builds sexual tension.

SP-A little about you…What’s your favorite…

Adult beverage? If I can be girly a moment, Strawberry Daiquiri

Guilty pleasure? I love 80’s movies and music. Sue me. ;)

Sweet or salty? Sweet

Reading or writing a book? Writing even though reading is good for the mind and soul

Love or Lust? Love definitely

NNP All Romance  Amazon and Smashwords

Brendan Walsh is an uptight business executive working for his father and missing out on real life due to his relentless drive for success. Fearing his homophobic father’s wrath - and the potential to destroy his financial future - Brendan hides is true orientation and lives a life of boring celibacy.


Upon meeting Davori Jenkins when the hunky barista serves him a latte just the way he likes it, Brendan takes a chance, leaving his number with the tip in the hopes of changing his future love life.


Will Brendan be able to come clean with his father - risking his fortune - or will he take a chance at losing a man who he wants as his future?

Warning: This is an m/m interracial romance. Real romance. Some sappiness is ahead with two very good looking men who are searching for that happy ever after ending.

RAWIYA is the more sensual erotica writer in the BLRawiya duo. Rawiya's first sole author book, Time to Make the Donuts released in Feb and her first MMF Living in the Now released in April from NNP. The third book, Smooth Like Latte is out now. She has several shorts in anthologies, the latest, That Thing in the STARbooks collection, Tall Dark and Delicious. A lot of her shorts are also on Every Night Erotica. She blogs regularly at Wicked Sexy Writers. For more please visit the Rawiyas blog on Wordpress.


 


08/27/2012 4:10am

I read this and think about HOT cabana boys and a few frozen beverages, maybe a wicked road trip. You know, all things sassy and delicious.

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08/27/2012 4:39am

Thx Cass

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08/27/2012 4:39am

Thx so much for having my muse on today!

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08/27/2012 10:29am

Awesome spot Michel, well done and entertaining! SEXY book! We who are wicked.... love this kind of read. Saying hello and nice to meet you to Rawiya.

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08/27/2012 10:59am

This was an interesting interview, snappy and it flowed - I like that. Lordie, I hate long drawn out author interviews.

This exchange really caught my attention -

SP-How far into a book is too far for the first sex scene in a book?

Rawiya: To me there is no such thing. It all depends on the plot line and the characters. In my opinion, the longer they stay out of bed, the better. Builds sexual tension.

Rawiya, I suspect that you're spot on in your opinion, because that's what seems to work for the sappy love stories, but I'm not sure why? Why do people seem to love the angst so much?

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