Thank you for stopping in to read at the Boudoir! I am sitting in my back garden in just a bra and panties soaking up the very last of the English summer sun. My back garden is quite secluded, though I sometimes think that my neighbour James can see me out there, through the trees. Of course I wouldn’t mind, although I HAVE gotten up to some naughty self-service there at times. I had a great time with Tonya when we chatted and here's our interview so you can learn more about me! Thank you again!
Naughty Reader’s: Tell us a bit about yourself.
Lana: I have traveled to over 80 countries in my life (so far) and my addiction to coffee is only overshadowed by my addiction to chocolate.
Naughty Reader’s: What made you want to become a writer?
Lana: “Even Cowgirls Get The Blues” The way that Tom Robbins used an entire page to describe the taste of Amanda’s pussy.
Naughty Reader’s: Please share a bit about your new release (enter book title) without giving away any spoilers.
Lana: The novel I am working on, is a full- length book, about a housewife that was once quite naughty in high school/collage but became a “good girl” when she married. After moving to a smaller mid-west town from California because her husband was promoted and transferred, she wanders just a little, which leads to many states of depravity, ending with a surprise finish, that no one would have guessed.
Naughty Reader’s: Do you write under a pen name?
Lana: Like a masked avenger, I am keeping my identity secret.
Naughty Reader’s: What types of hero or heroine do you like best?
Lana: I really like the guy or girl that is not afraid to let themselves go, to give in to the pleasure. It’s not about dominance, but rather willingness.
Naughty Reader’s: Tell us about a typical day in your life as a writer.
Lana: Two double espressos read the news and then check to see if I have orders for stories. Usually I will do those first and then spend an hour or 2 on my novel, if there is any time left in the day.
Naughty Reader’s: Do your books have a common theme or are they all different?
Lana: At the moment, I am writing short stories for clients, ranging from 500 – 10000 words. I cover pretty much everything. If it is naughty and sexy, I write about it. My imagination is pretty vivid.
Naughty Reader’s: How long does it take you to write and then edit a story?
Lana: It depends on the subject of course, but I recently wrote a 5000 word story for a client in an hour. Like most writers (I think) I hate editing. It takes me ages to go through it and perfect it.
Naughty Reader’s: Do you have to be alone to write?
Lana: I certainly get a lot more work done if I write alone. It also allows me to get right into the fantasy
Naughty Reader’s: How do you go about naming characters?
Lana: I usually dig up a name from the past. Someone that I briefly met that I thought was incredibly sexy. Male or female
Naughty Reader’s: Is it easier to write about the characters if you find pictures of them before you write or do you write then find character pictures?
Lana: I never need picture to write, my imagination is very vivid.
Naughty Reader’s: How do you pick locations for your stories?
Lana: First I find my characters, and then base the location on whatever suits those people.
Naughty Reader’s: Where can our readers find you?
Lana: My website has all the links so please do click over for a sexy visit, follow me on Twitter and join me on FaceBook!
CONTEST: Leave a comment and your email, along with the type of story you’d like me to write for you. I’ll pick one winner on the 21st. I haven’t finished a full book yet, but I ‘ll do a free 1000 word story about anything for the winner of the contest. I would also put the story on my blog, saying that I wrote it for them personally.