I am a wife and a mother of three.


Robert Williamson

Please welcome the funny, charming and sweet Robert Williamson.
Hi Robert, how are you today?

Hi Louise, I am very well. Thanks for asking.
 I hope you are having a good day.

Tell us a little about yourself?

I’m a happily married man. I have a few kids and enough animals to open a zoo lol. I’m 6ft 5” and wear a size UK 14 shoe.

What is your favourite movie?

Ah that is an easy one…Shawshank Redemption. Ooooh also 
I love the Matrix films. Oh actually maybe Top Gun, 
I feel the need for speed!

Are you an action, horror or Romance movie type of man?

I tend to follow actors and actresses so my taste in movies can depend on what kind of film role they are playing. For example, I enjoy films with Robin Williams in them and he has done comedy and quite dark films.  Helena Bonham Carter has done everything from period dramas to Harry Potter.

What is your favourite colour? 

Black, if we are talking lingerie.

What star sign are you?
I’m a Taurus.
What is your ring tone on your phone?
Mike Posner, Cooler Than Me.

What do your family think about you writing and have they read any of your work?
My wife, Ikita, has read my books and she enjoyed them. My oldest is 16 and has read them and eye-rolled me. My younger children haven’t as they are still innocent but they know I have had two books published and I think are quite proud. Mind you, they said that on pocket money day.

Are you any good in the kitchen and what is your specialty?
I do all the cooking in my house. My wife is a terrible cook
 but shhhhh you didn’t hear that from me! I make a mean curry.

What is your favourite food?
I don’t think you can beat a good steak.

What is the most romantic thing you have done for a girl?
Crikey, ermm, well I suppose organising a surprise wedding in Lapland has to be classed as pretty romantic. I have been married just over a year and I got married in Lapland on boxing day 2013.

What is the kinkiest thing you have done?

Define kinky ;-) What you may think is kinky, I may think is normal Lol. 

There is a lot of BDSM books out have you ever read any?

I have read a lot of BDSM books...Ella Dominguez, Kitty French, Andie M Long,T.S Mckinney, Tabitha McGowan, C.J Roberts to name a few. 

Have you ever entered into the BDSM world for research or personal reasons?

Yes and yes....do I need to elaborate? 

  If you were allowed one sex toy for rest of your sexual adventures which would it be and why?

A piece of rope. The possibilities are endless.

Where is the wildest place you have been intimate with a girl?

Cupboards, carparks, clubs, planes, trains and automobiles…I’m not really too fussy on venue!

When you write hot scenes in your book does it affect you?

If you’re asking what I think you’re asking then yes definitely!
  Hey I’m a man, I eat, sleep and shit sex! If I’m not having sex, then I’m thinking about having sex!

What's the best reaction you have had from your wife/girlfriend after she's read the hot scene in a book?

A wild night of anything goes ;-)

Do you have any tattoos or body piercings and what are they and where?

I have a group of penguins tattooed on my arse cheek and I have an intimate piercing Lol.

What do you think of tattoos on women?

If something means that much to someone that they get a tattoo then that’s cool with me.

What is the wildest thing you have done?

I had a fight with a bear once. That was pretty wild!

What is your drink and do you have a favourite cocktail?

I drink beer, cocktails are for ladies.

What music would get you up on the dance floor and what would your wife/girlfriend say you danced like? (Are you like a grandad dancing or do you think you have moves when you don't ).

I’ve got the moves like Jagger…but the kids would say I dance like a Dad.  I put it down to jealousy ha ha. I taught Timberlake all his moves ;-)

Are the stories old ones you have saved or new?

The story in the Sex, Sin and Secrets series is a new one and evolves constantly as me and my co-author are writing it.

What is your favourite genre to write?

So far, we have only written a romantic comedy but will try other genres eventually.

Which one of your books was your  favorite to write?

I loved writing Dare To Change with Phoebe as we had such a blast writing it. When we were editing, despite reading and reading it through many times, we still laughed at the funny bits.

When and why did you begin writing?
I was writing lovey dovey Facebook statuses to my wife and adding a twist at the end and people found them funny and said I should write a book. I wrote a couple of scenes for funzies and it kind of went from there.

When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I felt like a writer when Dare To Win was published and I read our first review from a proper author.

What inspired you to write your first book?
I was kind of persuaded to write so I thought I would give it a go. I don’t think I would have ever published anything if it hadn’t have been for my partnership with Phoebe Parkes.

Do you have a specific writing style?
I don’t really know what style I write in. Phoebe and I use an online document when we write. One of us will take the lead in a scene and the other will add bits as and when they think of something to enhance it.

Who was the easiest character to write for and why and hardest and why?
I absolutely love writing Connor. The things he does and the things he says comes naturally to me, whether he’s being romantic in his eyes or he’s being a bit of an arse. Karina was more difficult for me to get right and Phoebe tended to lead on her scenes. More times I can count, Phoebe said ‘no way would a woman do that or say that!’

Which lead character is your personal
 favourite and why?
Connor…he’s awesome!

If you could pick one of your books to be  
made into a movie which one would you choose and why?
Well as this is a continuing story over 3 books, then I would have to say all 3. Is that allowed? I would definitely watch a film with the humour and sexy times in it and Connor Dare on the big screen would be brilliant!

Who would you cast for the movie?
Oooh someone devilishly handsome with a natural smirk and cheeky grin for Connor. Maybe someone like Henry Cavill. For Karina, it would be Sandra Bullo the picture but hate the colour and we disagree on what colour she has used. She accuses me of being colour blind!
What was the hardest part of writing 
your book?
The hardest part is the very first sentence of every chapter. Once we have the first sentence down, the rest of the chapter flows.
Do you have any advice for other writers?
I’m not really qualified to offer advice, being new to it all myself. However I would probably say, only hit publish when you are 100% happy with your book and have done the best job 
you can with it.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
A huge big thank you to everyone who has bought Dare To Win and Dare To Change. I hope you get as much pleasure reading them as we have writing them. Thank you to everyone who has supported us and are following us on this journey.
Do you have any funny quirks or stories you would like to tell us about yourself?
My mates and I once took a penguin to the park and gave it a turn on the swings. It looked bored. It seemed the right thing to do at the time. The penguin had a great afternoon and went back to his penguin mates with lots of new stories to tell them!

Do you have any secrets you would 
like to share?
Ah well then they wouldn’t be secrets and I don’t
 fancy doing jail time ;-)

What do you like to do to keep fit?
I work out every day.

What do you like to do when you’re not busy working and writing?
I’m a very hands-on dad so I like to spend time with my nippers and obviously I continue to woo my wife.
Are you a car or motorbike kind of guy?
I love bikes but have to be Mr Responsible so I just have
 a car nowadays.
What is your favourite car?
An e-type Jag, old style.
Where do you see yourself in ten years time?
I’ve never really thought about the future. I live for today and what comes tomorrow, I will worry about tomorrow.
Would you come to an author signing 
in the UK?
Phoebe and I have already decided to hire a couple of red hot models to go in our place haha.

Have you been to many author events as an author or reader?
Never been.

Thank you for joining me today you have
 been awesome.

Thank you Louise, its been emotional....now please untie me 😉

Please note that all pictures used during this interview were from pinterest, as well as some bought from the dollar site and some were provided by the author. No copyright is intended, should you have any issues with any of the photos use please contact me to resolve the problem, thanks L.M EVANS.



Please welcome the lovely Lindsey Jayne.
Hi Lindsey, how are you today?

 I'm fab, thank you. Just getting ready to nip into the offices 
of my new job that I start soon, so I'm enjoying the last 
of my time off.

Tell us a little about yourself? 

Well, I'm a (young) thirty-something girl who loves to read, write and paint! Writing's my passion, but it's not all I do. I'm also a recruitment consultant right here in Derby, UK on top of writing, book swag-making and cover designing.

What is your favourite movie? 

Oh, wow, I don't think I could name just one. I love all kinds. My fave genre, though is thrillers. But I also love action. The Die Hard movies are up there! Along with the Expendables and the A-Team. And the other movies I tend to never get bored of are The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Day After Tomorrow. (Among many others!)

What is your favourite colour?

 I have to say Azure blue, or a very pale lilac.

What star sign are you? 

I'm a Leo and every bit as proud of it hehe.

What do your family think about you writing and have they read any of your work? 

My mum is ultra proud of what I do, she's forever sharing my FB feeds. She has my debut and I think she's got as far as reading the dedications lol. My sister also has my debut and is half way through, but has been telling friends at work all about it (and half of them have read it, too!) And my dad is also very proud of what I've achieved. I constantly hear from other family members how excited they are for me, it's an awesome feeling.

What is your favourite food?

 I am what I like to call 'digestively' challenged. I am intolerant to wheat, dairy and caffeine, so it doesn't leave me a lot! However, I have recently discovered a new favourite food...pizza fajitas! Wheat free tortilla, buffalo mozzarella and whatever pizza toppings you'd normally have...bung em on the wraps, stick em under the grill for 5 mins, roll up and serve...delicious!

What is the most romantic thing a boy has done for you?

 Wow...I don't think I've ever found a man that's just dripping with romance lol. But let's see...my current partner bought me the best thing he ever could a few years back (for Christmas)...a Kindle!! Now, as an author and avid reader...that was romantic to me haha!

Are the stories old ones you have saved or new? 

I'd say all new, really. I never started writing until I'd read as many books as I could cram in during a holiday from work once. I always wanted to give it a go, but never put pen to paper, so to speak.

When and why did you begin writing? 

I'd say it was maybe two...two and a half year ago. As I say, I love reading and I wanted to give it a go, and it was after reading Teresa Gabelman's Protector series that I really sat down and hashed out a storyline. After that, it was a steady slope...especially after discovering the erotic fiction genre!

When did you first consider yourself a writer? 

Ha, I don't even know if I do, yet, lol. Certainly not up there with the big names, but I suppose it first came when my mum told me how proud she was and that some of her friends had bought my book. Then again when I held the paperback in my hands, and reality sort of hit more when strangers started leaving reviews and writing to me personally to tell me how my book affected them.

What inspired you to write your first book? 

Easy...Teresa Gabelman...as well as Melissa F Olson and Ashley Stoyanoff. That and the drive to complete the challenge!

Do you have a specific writing style?

 I've been told recently that I write like JR Ward, which was a very nice thing to hear. I'm quite in depth as a person, so I think I tend to emphasize a lot on getting the reader to FEEL what I'm writing with descriptions and prose. I really like to dig deep to unlock a reader's ability to imagine, so I delve into emotions and senses a lot while still maintaining the story.

Who was the easiest character to write for and why and hardest and why? 

The easiest character to write was Elora in Invoking the Witch. I won't go into too much detail, because the past is the past, but a lot of her emotion from her relationship with Daniel is something I experienced. I really had to just close my eyes and put myself back there in order to get that out and onto paper. The hardest was probably Cassandra in Invoking the Witch - she's a kind of evil I couldn't even imagine myself becoming, no matter how hard I try, so she was definitely a challenge to write. Even more so in Conquering the Witch (release date July/Aug) because she's more involved.

What was your favorite book as a child?

 I absolutely loved anything by Enid Blyton! Anything!!!

How did you come up with the title? 

For my debut? It took me a day or so really, but I had an idea in mind and I searched words related to particular key points in the story. I went for something with a double meaning, but I won't explain why in case some haven't read it. But it definitely fits the subject matter.

How much of the book is realistic?

 Well, since it's Paranormal Romance, not much lol. But certainly, as I said, Elora's emotions in her relationship with Daniel are mostly real!

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life? 

Again, yes. Elora's feelings are based on personal experiences. Not to a T, but certainly in a large part.

What books have most influenced 
your life most? 

It's probably not a generic answer, but when I worked for a retail company some years ago, I had to do an assignment on role models. At the time, I chose Karren Brady and I read her book Playing to Win and, my God, it was such an inspiring read. 
It's not your typical book - it's about her rise to a position in 
a male dominated sector - sport. But what she faced and overcame was monumental, and the advice she has to offer 
I still follow to this day.

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor? 

This is difficult for different reasons. In terms of inspiration to be what you want to be, it would be Karren Brady or Maya Angelou, but in terms of style and content, it would be Teresa Gableman.

What book are you reading now?

 I am actually currently Beta reading Learning to Fly by Annie Hughes, and after that I will be on the latest Shade of Vampire book by Bella Forrest

Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest? 

Yes! Definitely Annie Hughes as well as CJ Fallowfield - she's not new as such, but she's new to me :)

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? 

Contrary to what I've stated here, my first love of writing started in high school during my English classes with Mr. Garner (God rest his soul) He was such a wacky character and the way he taught English was so inspiring. It was definitely where my interests first developed.

Can you share a little of yours current 
work with us?

 Sure can. Conquering the Witch follows on from Invoking the Witch were Elora has to deal with the aftermath of what happened to her four weeks prior. She also has to learn to deal with her powers as well as fighting her inner demons and Cassandra - who still roams free. It's a little more raw and in depth this time around, more action, more suspense. I can't wait to get it out there.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing? 

The whole process lol! I procrastinate a lot!!! I always find that the first, maybe three quarters or the book are the hardest to write, because I know where I want it to go and how I want it to end, and I've thought so far ahead that I need to come up with all the in between stuff!!

Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?

 I love Teresa Gabelman and the way she writes about PNR. She's got a style that grips you and draws you in, and she leaves you hanging and begging for things to happen before they do and I love it. I also love the way Ashley Stoyanoff writes because she takes me back to my youth. She captures high school days perfectly and I love that feeling of reminiscing.

Who designed the covers? 

I design all my covers, teasers, promo work, etc. I do it on the side and have designed covers for other authors as well as other promo materials. I also do book swag!

What was the hardest part of writing 
your book? 

The first three quarters of it lol! No, really, the hardest part is making sure I don't waffle, and I keep the story consistent and relevant. I guess that's why they call it a first draft hehe.

Do you have any advice for other writers?

 Actually, yes. I've seen a lot of good stories, but written in a way that detracts from the subject. Because I edit and critique others' work, I've picked up some habits that publishers tend to pick up on and I see them in everything I read now! It's a curse lol. So, my advice to Indie authors is to fully research anything and everything that goes into making a fantastic book. The best thing I did, was sign up to a forum called Scribophile. The advice and resources on there are endless and amazing, I cannot praise it enough and it really did change my style of writing!

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers? 

I love you! Lol. A big massive thanks for everything they do, including the ones I have on my Street Team (and not) that plug the heck outta me. I love the reviews, I love the support and the encouragement, and please, please, please, keep reading! The best fuel for the imagination is reading, and not enough people do it!!!

Do you have any funny quirks or stories you would like to tell us about yourself? 

I'm terrified of flying ants! Does that count? :)

Where do you see you self in ten years time?

 Hopefully flying high with hundreds of titles under my belt haha. No, but seriously, as long as I am happy with my life and I can still write and find time to spend with my family and loved ones, then I will be content!

Thank you for joining me today you have been awesome.

Thank you for having me :) ~ Lindsey J