1. What made you choose the god you did?
I thought Fetket would be interesting to write about since there is so little out there about him. Basically, all that is known is that he was a butler or servant to Ra. I figured I could have a lot of fun with that.
2. What did you find challenging about writing a god, whether a reincarnated god (contemporary) or a real one? (paranormal)
I found it difficult to figure out how to create a realistic character in this world we live in that still held the same traits and beliefs as they would have in ancient Egypt, but I’m excited about what I came up with for Fetket.
3. Since this series goes to the dark side of MM, what attracts you about this genre?
This was the first time I’d crossed over into the dark side of MM, so it was certainly fun to play around a bit without having boundaries, but it was also difficult to let myself run as free as I thought I might have.
4. What made you want to get involved in this series?
Nero Seal invited me and I can’t say no to him. He’s such a great writer and friend, and being a part of something that he’s involved in was just an honor I couldn’t refuse.
5. How did you decide if it will be a HEA or not?
Because of my personal background with my family, I tend to stay on the side of HEA. I know how hard life can be and difficult it is for people to see their own worth and without that, a HEA is difficult. If I can just give that to my characters, no matter how rough their background is, I feel like I’m giving the reader a bit of hope.
6. Are you done with the story? Or will it have a continuation?
I’ve actually thought about adding more to this story, just because I had so much fun getting into the characters heads, but I don’t have anything planned at the moment to continue.