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The year is 2001, and we find Rubin Miller and his Best

Friend, Duncan Peters (Dragonflies Trilogy) in Turkey, dealing with a very
troublesome client...
Rubin’s beautiful ‘Mediterranean Goddess’…
Will he have his taste of Turkish Delight?
… Or will she prove to be more than a mouthful, even for our
dashing Scottish rogue?
A Taste
Of
Turkish Delight

*This book contains Mature Content and is intended for
readers 18+*



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What made you start writing the Wee Bookie's of Nookies? 

-       
I was asked by the wonderful girls at
Hooked on Books to do a short piece on a ‘date with one of my characters… Of
course, Rubin Miller came to mind instantly and Wee Bookie of Nookie was born,
so you can thank you lovely girls from HoB for that.

Is Rubin a real person? If so can I have his number

-       
Yes, he is… And being the tart he is,
I will ask him about the telephone number too for you hahahahaha

How many Wee Bookies will there be? 

-       
I have ‘Back in Blackwell’ to come by
March 2016, and if the readers want more Rubin Miller, I will gladly oblige.

Are any of the women in Rubin's life based on anyone real? 

-       
Yes!!

You’re a blonde, is the Goddess based on you? 

-       
Hahahaha Nooooo, Lol I already had
him in ‘A Dip in the Fontien’.

 But Yes, the Blonde IS based on someone.
And No, I will not reveal her name lol ;) 



~Read the rest of the Wee Bookie of Nookie collection~




Wee Bookie of Nookie' - A Dip in the Fontien: 'Wee Bookie of Nookie'. (DRAGONFLIES Shorts Book 1)

From A to B (Wee Bookie Of Nookie Book 2) 




We take a look at Rubin Miller's infamous 'Wee Bookie of
Nookie' 
1995 was the year that Rubin Miller (DRAGONFLIES - The
Duncan Peters Files.) meets Samantha Fontien, Author of the DRAGONFLIES Series
and 'How to catch Butterflies'. 

That night, Rubin left a lasting impression on Ms.
Fontien... One she would write about... Well four dirty chapters at
least... 

WARNING !! This work contains EXPLICIT SEX SCENES and is
recommended for readers 18+
















The year is 1982, Rubin Miller (Dragonflies Trilogy) is attending Cambridge
University with his Best Friend Duncan Peters (DF Trilogy). 


Here we find our lovable Scottish rogue with his eyes on two
friends… 

‘Alegria and Beatrice’. 

Rubin like any eighteen year old, thinks he knows everything
– thinking he is a man of the world and tries his luck bedding these two vixens
in his normal Miller fashion… 

He charms more than the panties off Alegria and Beatrice,
leaving Rubin with an insatiable appetite for ménage à trios along with other
things… 


*This book contains Mature Content and is intended for
readers 18+*








Let's talk about writing....
How
much research do you do?
-        
Lots
for anything I don’t already know.



When
did you decide to become a writer?
-        
January
2013



Why
do you write?
-        
Hahaha
That’s like asking me why I breath hahahaha.



What
made you decide to sit down and actually start something?
-        
I
made a death-bed promise to my Dad, who was the only one I used to let read my
stuff. It took me 9 years to actually strike up the nerve to publish.

Do
you write full-time or part-time?
-        
My
full-time job is being a Mum, so I suppose I am lucky enough to say full-time.



Do
you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?
-        
Being
the nocturnal creature I am (I was born at 23:45) I am defo a night person. So
NIGHT TIME for me.



Do
you write every day, 5 days a week or as and when?
-        
I
am lucky enough to write everyday
.



Do
you aim for a set amount of words/pages per day?
-        
No,
I write until my eyes start fighting me for sleep hahaha



Do
you write on a typewriter, computer, dictate or longhand?
-        
I
used to do long-hand, I have soooooooo many copy books filled with short
stories. Now, I have my own laptop and that holds the keys to my kingdom.

Where
do your ideas come from?
-        
Lots
on my own life experiences.



Do
you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes
you?
-        
I
always plot/outline/map - However, my characters never really do what they are
told.



What
is the hardest thing about writing?
-        
For
me, it’s the blurb. Oh and saying goodbye to the characters
.


What
is the easiest thing about writing
?
-        
For
me, All of it. Only the blurb is my pain hahaha



How
long on average does it take you to write a book?
-        
Depends
on the length of the book. I personally find, anything over 80k word wise can
take up to 4 months and that is including beta’s and editing etc to hitting
Publish.



Do
you ever get writer’s Block?
-        
Nope
lol



What
are your thoughts on writing a book series.
-        
I
have written three series so far. I like them.






I'm a Happily Married, MUM of 2 very loved children. Both now teenagers… 

so far (fingers crossed) great ones.


I LOVE Music…
 I should do as I am the daughter of Musicians; I was reared with a Guitar in one hand and a pen in the other.

I'm originally from London and am now living somewhere, in the Irish countryside, with cows (the four legged kind) as neighbours.



I’ve had the big high-flying career and gave it and London. 

up ‘for LOVE’ (yep sucker lol).


I began writing professionally in January 2013 and now I’m releasing my eighth book.
I write fun, naughty, not so hearts and flowers stories.


My all time favorite writing hero is Clive Cussler. I love action and suspense, which probably influences my own writing greatly; hence I’m NOT a hearts and flowers kind of girl.


I love humour and try to use it as often as I can in any situation…

  I think life is too short to NOT try anything new. I’m a fun, loyal person and believe in Karma, 

so I try to treat people how I would like to be treated… after all, it takes much more to be nasty to someone rather than just to be nice…


My books contains Heartache, drama and Mature scenes and are recommended for readers 18+



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  1. I haven't heard of these books before, sounds like something I'd enjoy. Thanks for the intro.

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