Welcome Lee Brazil thank you for visiting the blog today
Tell us a little about yourself,
I'm a retired teacher of grammar and composition. I write primarily MM romance, including a few historical stories and a few paranormals, although the majority of my work is contemporary romance.
What books have you brought along to tell us about today?
The Aristocrat and His Servant is a Heated Exchange Short Story- it's strictly erotica for those who don’t mind a little less romance.
Are you working on another book right now?
Right now I'm working on the sequel to Loving Eden, called Loving Bailey. It's the story of the boy who had a crush on Eden…Drew's son.
What do you enjoy most about writing?
I enjoy creating characters and giving them the happy ending that so often eludes us in real life.
What do you like the least?
Paperwork. Writing blurbs and bios and all that "stuff".
Would you like to see any of your books as movies?
Sure. I'd like to see movies of my books, but I know nothing about the process, so it's not likely to happen.
Can you name any actors you would like to see as the lead characters in your book.
Um… not really. I'm horrible at names, though I do think that actor from Sherlock would make a stunning character J
What things do you like to do to relax?
I read, cook, and garden.
Do you have another job as well as writing?
I'm a retired teacher.
If you could have one super power in your existence, what would it be?
The ability to do laundry with the snap of my fingers.
If money were not an object, where would you most like to live?
The Italian countryside- vineyards and mountains and rustic beauty all around
What kind of car would you have if money was no object?
One that a chauffeur would drive me around in
What’s your favorite food?
I'm so fickle in this department. My favorites change all the time. BUT I have to say, nothing really beats a good piece of cheese and bread.
Can you think of a song or piece of music that could be your theme tune?
Tom Petty – Even the Losers (Get lucky sometimes)
Just answer these questions as quickly as possible.
Chocolate or vanilla?----- chocolate
Dog or cat?---- cat
The film or the book?----- book
Jeans or dress? jeans
Beach or Snow resort? Beach
Heels or flats? barefoot
What do you love best about yourself? Practicality
What do you like least? Impatience
Do you have anything to share with other authors that might be a help?
My best advice is to wait a week to read through a draft- look at it with fresh eyes and you'll see things you missed before.
Is there anything you would like to say to your readers?
Thank you so much for supporting my efforts.
Can you share one of your favorite parts of one of the books?
From Under the Pier
At the front of the line, he caught a glimpse of a familiar head, and brushed the counter, studied the man he'd come here to meet. This wasn't Sloan of the library, in his button down shirt and neat khakis, or Sloan of the coffee shop in his quirky T-shirt and soft faded jeans. This was an entirely different Sloan, an incredibly sexy, slightly intimidating Sloan.
"Wow. You look fantastic." He took in gleaming brown waves of hair, the golden skin of a long time California resident, not like his own pale northern skin. Sloan wore a hint of make-up. His lashes curled thick and dark against his cheeks as he coyly lowered his lids. Some slick shiny stuff on his lips teased Mitch to lick it off.
Their gazes locked, and a familiar tide of heat swept through Mitch. The heated green gaze hinted at a reciprocated feeling from Sloan. Sloan's eyelids drifted shut, breaking contact, and when they raised again, all traces of that passionate glance were hidden in depths made mysterious by bold black liner and a smudge of green powder.
Sloan accepted a crisp sugar cookie cone with a swirl of vanilla ice cream sprinkled liberally with gaudily colored gummy bears from the clerk, and Mitch hastily pulled a crumpled twenty from his pocket to cover it. He contemplated the disgustingly sweet looking treat in repulsion.
"Hey, I got it." Sloan protested, shoving his own bill at the clerk, who stared at them through narrowed eyes, lip curled in an impatient sneer.
"No. You're my date, I pay. My momma raised me right." Mitch lifted a brow in challenge. He waved the bill at the clerk who took it and made change swiftly.
"I'm not your date." Sloan brought the cone to his lips, and deftly used his tongue to pry a gummy bear from the creamy white ice cream. Mitch stifled a groan, his body heating at the sight of Sloan so blatantly enjoying the cool treat. Sloan dropped the five in the tip jar and stepped away from the counter. Mitch allowed his gaze to drift down the other man's body, taking in his short fluttering skirt and bare tanned legs.
"You said if I could find you in this crowd, you'd be mine." No way he'd let Sloan back out on him now. He wanted more than ever to taste Sloan's sultry lips. To maybe, he shivered, sample the vanilla cream as it melted in the heated cavern of his mouth.
"You're kidding right?" Sloan stared at him through narrowed green eyes. Mitch ignored the glare and looped the tan hand with its delicately painted pink nails through his elbow. The simple contact sent prickles of awareness up his arm. He gently steered Sloan through the crowd to a crosswalk that led back over to the ocean side of the highway.
"No. Why would you think I was kidding?"
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Author Page at Manic Readers http://www.manicreaders.com/LeeBrazil/
More about Lee's books
And The Prompt Is vol. 1
Will a chance
encounter in the street lead to a second chance at love?
encounter in the street lead to a second chance at love?
FREE at All Romance e-books
March 15, 16, 17
Truth or Dare
Watch the trailer and then find out more on Lee's blog, http://leebrazilauthor.blogspot.co.uk/p/truth-or-dare.html