Hey there folks, great to see you here again.
For tonight’s Author Interview series, may I introduce to you all our special guest in the form of Romance & Erotica author Terri George, as she kindly takes the stand to tell us more about her spicy books and gives us some of her own useful writing advice.
Here we go, on with the show and thanks as always for reading.
Hi there Terri, an absolute pleasure to have you over here on my website today to chat about your steamy books and writing advice.
Let’s start with your Erotic Romance novel series “Frost Trilogy”. From the nature of your writing, I’m sure they are anything but frosty 🙂 Tell us more about your saucy couple Nick Frost and Mia James and how their relationship evolves over the course of the trilogy to lead us to their thrilling climax in the final book.
Ah, Nick Frost: a Man with a capital Muh − Mia’s description, not mine. No matter how many heroes I write in the future, my first BBF will always have a special place in my heart.
He’s a complex man with a traumatic back story; a man who yearns for someone to share his life with, although you wouldn’t think so given his lifestyle before he meets Mia. There are definitely things in his past he wants to keep from her, but as secrets always do, they get revealed throughout their story.
Having heard about Mia, he asks to be introduced to her at a fund raiser she’s organised and when he is he’s hit by whatever it is that hits us when we meet someone and just know this is the person we’re meant to be with. Of course, idiot that he is, he comes on too strong and Mia just thinks he’s a player of the highest order. So he has his work cut out to get her to agree to go on a date.
Nick’s problem is, despite being in his mid-thirties, he’s never had a proper relationship before and doesn’t know how to handle it. He wants to be with Mia, but his inability to trust and open up leads to conflict within their relationship. But the thing about love is, when it’s right it conquers all and there’s a lot to conquer right up to the last page of the final book. I make my characters work hard for their HEA.
You have also started the “God’s Gift” series with book 1, “God’s Gift 1: Taking it Stateside”. Tell us how this particular series differs from Frost Trilogy (but still contains all the raunchiness we have come to expect from your previous works) and which direction you plan to take this particular story in as our Romeo in question soon realises that to one girl he is not immediately God’s Gift to her and is going to have to work a lot harder to push her buttons.
Sebastian Baines is the Nick Frost before he found Mia. He’s a charmer with a knicker-dropping smile who can (and does) have any girl he wants. He doesn’t have Nick Frost’s the traumatic past, but still there’s a reason he is a player.
When he accepts a position in New York with a ridiculous salary and fancy rent-free apartment he thinks his year there will be spent working hard and playing even harder, bedding all those more-than-willing American girls who can’t resist a sexy English accent. What he doesn’t reckon on is finding love with his co-worker, Gina.
I write strong women who are making their way on their own. So the man who captures their heart will have to be truly special, and work hard to win it. Gina is no exception. An Italian-American she’s strong-willed, passionate and more than a match for Sebastian.
But the God’s Gift duology isn’t just a romance. Sebastian has to deal with more than just convincing Gina he’ll change his ways for her and be a one-woman man. Some of his fellow brokers, jealous of the Brit who’s been made head senior associate and has all the girls swooning, are out to get him. Plus, the job turns out to be different to how he expected it to be. I can’t say any more than that or I’ll give too much away.
Finally, regarding your full length published works; you have the stand-alone spin off novel from Frost Trilogy called “Torn”. How much of this novel shares the universe from Frost Trilogy? Do any paths cross with the lead characters from the Frost series? And what are the motivations of the protagonists in this particular tale, other than giving in to their primal instincts of course 🙂
Aiden and Jen’s story in Torn begins about two-thirds of the way through the last book in Frost Trilogy, Letting Go. So yes there is a lot of cross-over. You don’t need to have read Frost Trilogy before reading Torn, but it helps if you have because we get to know Aiden and Jen throughout all three books.
Nick and Mia are Aiden and Jen’s best friends and appear regularly throughout Torn as the two stories overlap. Although I wanted to give the readers a real sense of Nick and Mia as a couple, obviously I had to be careful not to give away what happens in Letting Go and spoil Frost Trilogy for anyone who hadn’t read it first.
The tables are turned in Torn in that it’s Jen who plays the field. She’s more concerned with building her business as a florist than with romance. Men just get in the way and don’t last long with her. So Aiden has to work hard to worm his way into her affections.
Whereas Nick Frost is a former player, Aiden Byrne is a Nice Guy, a Good Man who always does the right thing. His motivation is simple: he’s looking for love, the one special girl to spend his life with. Jen’s just looking to have fun and keep her heart at a safe distance from any man. That is, until she falls for Aiden…
Of course, even when they do finally get together life throws them a curve ball no one was expecting. One that has Jen wishing she’d never opened her heart to Aiden.
If any of your novels were to be made into movies (or even a TV series), who would you cast in the lead roles?
I suppose I should say I’ve never thought about that, but I’d be lying. I’d love to see Frost Trilogy on the big screen because I think it has all the elements to make a great film. Oh, and I’m available to write the screenplay if any film-makers are reading this, lol. Who would I cast?
There’s only one actor to play Nick Frost and that’s Charlie Hunnam. He’s perfect because he’s English, gorgeous, more than willing to get his kit off for the sexy scenes − of which there are many, especially in the first book, Beguiled. Plus, I know from his performance on Sons of Anarchy just how well he plays intensely emotional scenes.
In my head I see Mia James played by Emma Watson. I love her. She’s not just another empty-headed celebrity. Apart from being a good actress, she’s an educated, intelligent, strong young woman; qualities she shares with Mia.
Although Aiden’s father was Irish, his mother is English. He was born in England and has an English accent. I think Henry Cavill would be great in this role. He can definitely pull off the whole manly thing that Aiden exudes, that’s for sure.
Jen is the only one of the four main characters I struggle with seeing any one particular actress playing. She’s mouthy, in-your-face and appears to be super confident, but, as we discover in the Frost Trilogy spin-off Torn, there’s an underlying vulnerability about her that only Aiden sees. So whoever plays her will need to be able to capture this dichotomy about her character.
What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?
Just to be awkward I’m going to answer these two questions the other way round because that’s the order in which the answers have come to me.
The easiest for me is coming up with the basic idea. Sometimes they seem to come out of nowhere. For example the book I may write after I’m done with God’s Gift 2 came to me when a line from a song popped into my head. “Ooh, that would make a great book title” I thought…and from there I came up with the basic story idea. Unlike other authors I only write one book at a time, but when I am hit with an idea for another I create a Word doc and jot down some thoughts so I don’t forget.
The difficult are those days when the words just won’t come. I seem to go through a phase with every book I write where I temporarily stall and can’t move forward. Then it passes and I carry on. The problem is when I have too many of these ‘phases’ and my deadline is looming so close that the daily word count of maybe 1200 – 1500 words I was previously reasonably pleased with just won’t cut it anymore and I have to really push myself to achieve 3,500+ words a day. When I was writing Letting Go: Frost Trilogy 3 I got so close to my deadline and was nowhere near finished I had to take a week’s unpaid leave from work because I’d used up all my holiday allocation and that weekend I wrote 12,500 words.
The reason I end up in this situation isn’t only down to days when I’m a bit stuck. It’s down to how I write. I’m a perfectionist and can’t move on until I’m happy with what I’ve written − or as happy as I’m ever going to be. This means I edit as I go: each sentence, every paragraph has to be right. I know some people think I’m mad to do it this way and I’ve tried, but I can’t just “write anything” as they suggest and edit later. It has to be right, now. The upside is when I get to type the words “the end”, “continues” or “concludes” it’s pretty much the finished product. I do read through a couple of times to check for typos (and I have it proofread), but any changes I make are just minor tweaks, so I don’t go through the “editing hell” other authors have told me they experience.
Who are some of the authors and historical figures that inspire you?
I don’t know that any historical figures have inspired me to write or any authors come to that. My need to write is just that…a need. There are authors I love whose talent I admire immensely such as Stephen King, Anne Tyler, Joanne Harris, Paul Auster, Stephen Fry and Julian Fellowes.
Although having said that, as English was my favourite subject at school, maybe I should thank my English teachers. Oh, and my parents for instilling me with a love of reading when I was a small child.
What sort of research do you do to write your books?
I can answer that in two words: Lots (and) Varied. My stories are realistic with my characters having problems and challenges readers can relate to. Because of this, and because I’m a perfectionist, I’m a stickler for getting my facts right so I research everything from the price of drinks in a hot London nightclub, to restaurant menus, to criminal charges and sentences, to finding a florist in the financial district of NYC.
An hour’s research may be to confirm that what happens in a scene is correct or only result in two sentences, but this doesn’t mater. If I’m saying something is so, I need to know I’m right.
With the exception of Nick and Aiden’s nightclubs in Frost Trilogy and Torn which I made up, all the places named really exist and I’ve been to most of them. But even when I make up places I base them on real ones. The two nightclubs for example are based on Annabelle’s and The Mayfair Club in London. Places named in God’s Gift exist too; I just haven’t visited them all.
I do all this because I want my books to be and feel authentic, so much so I wrote a blog post about it: Keeping it Real in Love Stories.
Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?
Writing isn’t something I choose to do. It’s something I’m compelled to do and have always done so I’m not sure there is one thing that inspired me to write.
English was my best subject at school and I’ve always been writing something. I’ve had several poems published in anthologies and a comedy play performed at The Bush theatre in London.
I had many, many false starts at writing novels, but it wasn’t until I discovered erotic romance that I realised this is the genre I was meant to write. It was a surprise to me as I never saw myself writing romance. Although I prefer to describe what I write as love stories rather than romance. I write about realistic characters that have problems and overcome obstacles that readers can relate to.
What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block?
When I’m struggling with how to get from where I am in a story to where I need my characters to be, I find going for a walk often helps. There’s something about the forward motion and steady rhythm of walking that clears my head. More often than not my characters will start talking to me as I walk and between us we resolve whatever was holding up the story.
You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?
Don’t listen to people who tell you what you dream of for yourself isn’t possible. Go for it, now, while you’re young. If it doesn’t happen you still have time to try something else, but at least you will have tried.
Don’t try and be the person those around you want you to be. Be yourself.
How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?
I don’t have much of that because I’m always writing, creating teasers or covers and the promotion an indie author has to do to get the word out is a huge time suck. When I do I like to do what anyone else likes really: reading, relaxing with a glass of wine, watching a film; that sort of thing.
Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?
At the moment I’m writing book 2 of the God’s Gift duology. After that I’ll probably write the book that was inspired by the line from a song I mentioned earlier.
I also have another idea in my head for a book that will be very different to the ones I’ve written so far in that it will be a gritty thriller. I already know how it ends… and wow! Cannot wait to write that one.
There’s also a book I started writing before I got into erotic romance, but stalled at 35 thousand words that I really want to finish. Again, it’s different to what I’ve written so far being more of a sexy comedy/drama about a group of people who live in the same street and the secrets they conceal behind closed doors.
Oh, and there’s also a sexy divorce lawyers story I’ll eventually get around to writing.
I also have a detective story I started years ago that I’m going to turn into the first of a series. Each book will be a standalone story about one of a group of men who are linked by blood, friendship or work.
So yes, lots in the pipeline. It’s just about deciding (once I’ve written God’s Gift 2) which book to write first.
Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring writers?
One thing I wish I’d realised when I was starting out is to establish an online presence long before you release your debut novel − before you even start writing it. That way, when you do publish you’ll already have a network of Facebook friends and Twitter followers who can’t wait to read it. There’s so much competition out there (especially if you write any kind of romance) and it’s desperately hard to play catch up if you do it the other way round.
Yes I know, 100 thousand words sounds like a lot, and when I first thought about writing a novel I never thought I could do it. A good friend helped me put it into perspective when he told me (along with “yes you can”) to remember that a book gets written one word at a time. Think of a book as a cake. You can’t eat a whole cake in one mouthful, you eat it a slice at a time. So write your book one sentence, one paragraph, one page, one chapter at a time, and before you know it you’re typing those magical words, “the end”.
Don’t listen to other people who tell you what or how you should write: first/third person, present/past tense, knock out a draft of the whole book then edit/edit as you go and get it (almost) right first time. Write in whatever way comes naturally and above all else, write the story you want to tell, write with passion because if you love it others will too.
And that’s a wrap! Thank you for your time and advice Terri – look forward to checking out your books soon :)
Bio:- (in Terri’s own words)
“Love and Romance − it’s what makes the world go round and I love writing about it.
If you like romance novels about a Hot and Sexy, Bossy man & a Strong and Sassy girl who gives as good as she gets, with plenty of Hot Sex, you’ll love my books. I write Erotic Romance − books to make you blush. You have been warned.
I am the author of God’s Gift 1: Taking it Stateside, Frost Trilogy and (the FT spin off story of the best friends) TORN, plus the short story, Feast on Me.
Despite all the hot sex, what I really write are love stories, jam packed full of emotion because I believe…When it comes to Love and Romance, neither should be anything less than Extraordinary.
From a small child I’ve loved to lose myself in stories. I’m a firm believer that if heaven exists, it contains every novel ever written and has big squishy sofas to curl up on and read for all eternity.
Before I started writing romance novels my comedy play, The Magazine was performed at The Bush Theatre in London and my poetry has been published in several anthologies. However, I knew what I really wanted to write were novels. With several unfinished manuscripts languishing in the depths of my computer’s hard drive, it was my discovery of erotic romance that led me to the realisation romance novels are what I should be writing.
As English as they come, I couldn’t survive without tea. From Rachmaninov to Aerosmith my taste in music is best described as eclectic. And I make a mean chocolate cake.”
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241. Life in arrghland – Epiphanies
242. Spring and Fall: A Truth… – Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!
243. The Beauty In Chaos. – Today’s Tomorrow
244. The realization that there’s an irony to perfectionism – art of being fabulous
245. What a time to be realize – Tree of life
246. To The People We Love – The World As I See It
247. The Future in Our Past – The DADgum Blog
248. confabler – War! War! War! War!
249. Pink and Yellow – The World As I See It
250. What It’s Like – Desertedroad
251. A Vibrant Palette – Brain-dead
252. the15thday – when it come’s to this life (a haiku)
253. ….on pets and prisoners….. – daily prompt: realize
254. This I Realize: I’m the Lucky One – Justus Creek
255. Realize – Saved by Grace
256. Designer Sophisticate – VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE.
257. Lost Property Repository – Ownership
258. RunTriMom – 6 Running “Things” I Can’t Live Without
259. She Was Too Late – Writer’s Blog
260. Frank Prem – on the winter wire
261. La Tour Abolie – By George!
262. kStan(ly) kSays – not your average guy
263. memories – Web
264. I HOPE YOU NEVER COME BACK – Okoto Enigma
265. Dipping Into the Heart – I Would Have
266. Haiku: Silence – whippetwisdom.com
267. The Journal of a Beautiful Mind – The Tale of a Procrastinator
268. Lantern Words – Please Realize
269. A Three Line Short Horror Story- Chapter 4 – Khayal