Today I bring you romance author Susan Fisher-Davis, hope you join us for this weeks Interview with an Author by A.M. Willard
- Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m originally from Cumberland, Maryland. I moved to Nashville, TN nineteen years ago with my husband and two sons. We have three adopted dogs and live just outside of Nashville in a small town of twelve hundred people.
- Tell us about your latest project. I have two different series out. The Men of Clifton, Montana with nine stories and The Bad Boys of Dry River, Wyoming with six books. Although they are both a series, each book can be read as standalones. I’m writing all of them at one time. I know it sounds strange but I have to bounce back and forth when something comes to me about one of the other characters. Books will come out every two months, alternating the series. The next book out will be Montgomery Bad Boys of Dry River Book 2 in May and then Wyatt Men of Clifton, Montana Book 4.
- What is your favorite book and why? My favorite book of all time is Death Be Not Proud by John Gunther. I read it in high school and it left quite an impression.
- What do you like to do when you need a break from writing? Go fishing if the weather is nice, go for a drive or take a walk in the woods.
- Where do you usually write? Do you write in silence or with music or other background sounds? I’m in my bedroom with my laptop. I have to have my headphones in, listening to all types of music with the TV on in the background.
- Who is your inspiration? What inspired you to become a writer? No one really inspired me. I won a writing contest when I was in grade school and I think the bug bit me then.
- What is your least favorite part of being an author? Trying to keep up with the series. I know I can’t make a mistake or a reader will catch it. That’s one reason I write them all at the same time.
- What is your favorite part of being an author? Bringing my characters to life.
- What is your favorite motivational phrase, and why? “If you can dream it, you can do it” I honestly believe this. I don’t think anyone should give up their dream. At least try it, if you fail, you gave it your all. If you succeed, you made it happen.
- Do you have a writing space? Tell us what it’s like. I’m closed off in the bedroom. My “writing cave”. I have said I’m in the cave so much that one of my readers gave me the nickname “Batbitch” It’s a running joke on my FB page and my readers send me all kinds of Batman pictures and I’ve received gifts of teddy bears dressed as Batman. As far as what it’s like, it’s not much different from other bedrooms I suppose, but it’s my space and where I get everything done.
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