When I was younger I wanted to be a sitcom writer, so I was surprised to learn I had the ability to write a full length story!
I have a rough idea of the plot, but it always changes a lot as I write. And it depends who I write next with how the story flows and what secondary characters pop up for me.
No, never! That’s far too much work. haha. If there was a reason not to publish it, then I would fix whatever was wrong with it and then publish!
Some of my characters have very deep, traumatic backstories, so it’s important for me that their character reflect what they would be like in dealing with that. And depression is a very common thing these days so I think it’s good to normalize it in romance novels.
I could never write a historical romance. So much research that I do not have the patience for.
I design my own book covers in the United States, and I guess I just create what I like! Photo, graphics, layout…it’s a fun, creative process for me.
I get inspiration from all over. For example, writing in a tire shop waiting room inspired my book, Wait With Me! That was an unexpected inspiring place.
Tanner and Belle in Endurance have always had a special place in my heart. I love their crazy!
That varies widely. I wrote Wait With Me in 13 days, but the book, Sweeper I’m working on is going to take me 4-5 months.
I love British chick lit so very much. I have such an affection for British humor which is why I’ve based so many of my books in England.
I love Samantha Young, Elizabeth Young, Sophie Kinsella, and Mariana Zapata.
Passionflix has optioned the film rights for Wait With Me so I can’t wait to see what that will become, but ideally, I would LOVE my Harris Brothers Series to be a television series on HBO and feature all 4 of the brothers storylines at the same times for 7-10 seasons! haha. Dream big, right
Amy Daws, 39 Years old, is an Amazon Top 13 bestselling author of sexy, contemporary romance novels. She lives in the Midwest and has been writing for 7 years, full-time writer for 4 years. She enjoys writing love stories that take place in America, as well as across the pond in England; especially those footy-playing Harris Brothers of hers. When Amy is not writing in a tire shop waiting room, she’s watching Gilmore Girls, or singing karaoke in the living room with her daughter while Daddy smiles awkwardly from a distance.