My Blog Tour
Lolah Lace is a writer of Erotic Romantic Fiction. She currently resides in the Chicagoland area. Although she has been writing for years, Let's Play Ball is her first erotic interracial romance book. She decided to make it into a series of six books called Balls To The Walls Erotica Series.
Latest Release: Flag On The Play – Book Five in the Balls To The Walls Erotica Series
My Writing Process – Blog Tour
I would love to thank my new friend and best-selling IR writer LaShawn Vasser, her blog is http://lashawnvasser.com/ many thanks LaShawn, see you on the bestsellers list! Thanks for your insight and support.
1.) What am I working on?
I’m currently working on the sixth book in my Balls To The Walls Erotic Romance Series. You can find the first five books at Amazon on my author’s page. http://www.amazon.com/Lolah-Lace/e/B00DH1Q31O The sixth book is entitled Out Of Bounds. I plan to have the final book released to the public by the end of April 2014. I love writing series novels but I had success with the release of my first stand-alone novel The Boss Lady. So soon after the release of Out Of Bounds I will release another stand-alone novel with a smoking hot alpha male hero.
2.) How does my work differ from others of its genre?
My books are all interracial romance books with strong African American female heroines. One major difference in my style of writing is my books are all based in reality. I tend to make my books relatable to the average woman. My stories are based on random everyday situations that many women have faced. Another difference is I always write in first person narrative and usually from the male perspective. I incorporate common ordinary characters in my books. Characters my readers can relate to and empathize with. Although my novels are considered erotic they are romantic in that they contain romantic love relationships.
3.) Why do I write what I do?
I write stories that are personal to me. I write stories that would entertain and fascinate me. The realization that they entertain others is quite rewarding. I am intrigued by the romance genre and the many elements it incorporates. Interracial romance comes natural to me because I have always lived, worked and gone to school in racially diverse communities.
4.) How does your writing process work?
My writing process is simple in concept because it is centered on self-discipline. I used to live by the motto write 1,000 words per day or die. Now I have learned to write more than 1,000 words. I let the story take me away until I am truly exhausted. Instead of writing a few hours here and there I have learned to take my writing as a full time job. There are days that I sit behind my desk in my office and write for six to eight hours. I truly love to write. It comes natural and has therapeutic qualities. I produce a better story when I lock myself away with my thoughts, music and laptop. I always write with the aid of an outline. I sometimes use index cards. I also make a music playlist for the major characters in my books. So far this process has been extremely effective. I have over twenty unfinished books and I can’t wait to finish my current series and complete a story that I had put on hold.
Next Authors up Monday - April 21th…
Alexandria Infantè teaches Literature/Art History/ Mythology at the college level. It was her love for each of the above that fueled Ms. Infanté’s mythology based paranormal series. She is the author of two interracial paranormal romance series; “Teaching between Midnight & Dawn and A Lite Farie Tale. Ms. Infantè pens interracial contemporary, as well as a different side of interracial historical romance. Ms. Infante has written 20 books to date, and expects another seven new releases this summer. Alexandria has always had a deep seated affection for interracial romance, not to mention the fact that she gets to write what she loves, and gets paid for it truly rocks her boat!
Raven St. PierreRaven St. Pierre is a newly published Interracial Romance author, best known for her Free Falling series; a new adult saga featuring an African-American female lead and Japanese-American hero. Raven has a host of stories published and awaiting release that she intends to share with readers who thrive on high-drama, messy love triangles, and emotionally jarring plotlines. When Raven isn’t weaving her next tangled weave of love, lust, and lies, her husband and three children keep her plenty busy….when she isn’t gaming, that is.
Her blog: http://youaresowrite.wordpress.com/
Her Blog: http://krystelllake.blogspot.com/