In case you’ve never read anything by me, here are a few brief points you may find useful.
I write high fantasy novels, usually in rustic settings.
I LOVE elves!
I like magic and spirituality.
I don’t like anything more high-tech than a watermill or a magnifying glass.
My influences tend to come from old stories, like Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and Grimm’s Fairy Tales, as well as world mythologies. As a child, I was exposed to a lot of Shakespeare films, particularly Romeo and Juliet (1968) and other romances.
I find interpersonal relationships between characters the most interesting. I also grew up around a lot of psychology talk. Therefore, my writings usually explore character relationships and dysfunction.
I write for adults.
I like to write romantic storylines, and those storylines will often take center stage.
I don’t explore controversial sexual territories such as incest and etc. As a basic rule, my romantic stories are “traditional.”
My books will usually feature sex scenes. But I tend not to like sex scenes that are overly long and spouting gaudy words for human body parts. I’d rather be straightforward and “grown up” about it. Though I’m interested in writing romantic stories and enjoy watching the relationship of two characters develop to the sexual level, I do not consider my books to be in the basic “romance” genre. I prefer to write stories that are more complex than basic romance. I consider my genre to be “romantic high fantasy,” which means that I aim for adventures with lots of tension and deep plots.
I like sad/poetic romances. I like to see the lovers get ripped apart or struggle to be together.
My stories also tend to be epic, giving plenty of attention to world development, adventure, and magic.
I’m a metalhead, and therefore tend to like dark and macabre concepts. I have a special interest in the concept of human suffering.
I am also an artist, and my books are likely to feature illustrations.
I love high tension, dark heroes, and danger!
Trigger Warning. This is only a general list for the collective group; books might include: blood and gore, adult situations (or sex), nudity (in illustrations aside from story narration!), cruelty/torture, mild foul language, rape (or reference to rape).