Jordan Abbot is an author of many talents. She has written paranormal romances, fantasy erotica under several different pen names. Along with several other short stories which she posted online.
Hells Vipers; You Belong to Me is the first in a series of gritty MC Romance novels.
She loves to write about bad boys and motorcycles. You will not find a billionaire in her novels but you will find the loveable bad boy that will probably steal the billionaires’ money and take his woman.
In the rare times that she isn’t writing from her home in Indiana. She likes listening to classic rock, watching movies and British Television.
What inspires you to write?
I’ve always written every since I was a little girl. I try to explain to everyone how I have all of these people live inside my head in city that I’ve named ( I keep the name of my inner city to myself). When I explain it this way, I think most people want to have me checked into a psych unit.
Tell us about your writing process.
I do a brief outline then I go with the flow. Odds are by the end my story is different, I only use the outline as a starting point. I let my characters talk to me and they tell me where the story needs to go. I work a full time job but I come home and I write every evening. I often work during my lunch hour at work.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I constantly interact with characters all day long. I know them and they know me. The more I interact with them the easier it is for me to write.
What advice would you give other writers?
Don’t let yourself or other people talk you out of doing what it is you want to do. Don’t give up. Write daily even if you go back the next day and change things. Let your creative juices flow. Remember that a goal without a plan is just a wish!
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Like most authors who self publish I wanted someone to polish my words so that others could love them. I obsessively search all the time for publishing companies that are looking for new authors. I would advise new authors to self publish along with submitting to publishing companies. Never limit your options for getting your story read by others.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
E-books are going to continue to grow however nothing beats the feeling of holding a new novel in your hands and smelling the pages. I think there is room for both because some people will always want the option on how they will read a new book.
What do you use?
Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?
Paranormal, Erotica, Action Adventure, Mystery, Romance Erotica, Interracial Romance
What formats are your books in?
Link to Author Page on other site