Author interview, Sherry Terry

Voyeur in the Mist, is Sherry Terry’s first erotic short story and it sizzles. An erotic tale about taboo desires and action packed sex written with heart thudding moments of love. This tale will have you jumping your mate and rethinking those hidden desires in all of us. Five solid stars!

Some women dream of flowers, of romance. Susan isn’t one of those women. Her secret dream is to be watched through her bedroom window. As a high school teacher, she tries her best to hide her desire, but her inner exhibitionist wants out. A chance encounter at the Dentist’s office might just be what Susan needs to finally get what she has always dreamed about. Now all she has to do is to convince the mysterious man to help her.

Justin’s life as a molecular biologist is on the fast-track to a promising future. He enjoys his quiet life, dating no one in particular, but that all changes when he bumps into a pretty young woman with kinky sexual ideas, that skirt the law. Her exciting inclinations arouse him, filling him with an undeniable urge to join in her escapades.

Will they risk everything for an exciting sex life or play it safe?

You can find her newest work on Amazon at Voyeur in the Mist

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Sherry Terry lives on Red Bull and sarcasm in a small town in Texas with her hermaphroditic cat named, Hermy. As a single mother, she put herself through college and worked as a Radiologic Technologist for almost twenty years before she gave it all up to be a bum. In her Champagne wishes and caviar dreams, she spends all of her time writing the next greatest romance novel to hit the market. Her blog is dedicated to helping aspiring writers with how-to articles and awesome research links.

 

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I met Sherry on Scribophile.com, if you haven’t checked out the writing site yet, make sure that you do.  A wonderful writer and a great mentor, Sherry is one knowledgeable woman who’s always ready with an idea or two.

Q: Why did you choose to write romance?

A: I love to read it. The journey of two people falling in love relaxes me and pulls me out of my mundane life into a world of dreams and possibilities. It’s fun to write, not to mention it is the number one selling genre around the world. It pays good.

Q: Do you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes you?

A: For the most part, I’m a panster. I have a general idea for a story, a general sense of the characters, and some things I want to happen along the way. I open a blank document and start typing. However, with my epic novel, To Be a Wife I needed an outline to keep up with the sub-plots. I always do character profile sheets on the main characters and other characters who are in the whole story.

Q: Do you prefer to write series or stand-alone novels?

A: I have several first draft, stand-alone novels. If I could just sit down and do the edits, I could start sending them out to publishers or publishing them myself. I also have an epic historical romance/erotica in the final editing stages. The novella I’m doing the final edits on, The Cabin will be a series. So, the answer to the questions is both.

Q: What’s your views on social media for marketing, and which of them have worked best for you?

A: In terms of generating traffic to my website, I’ve found more comes from Facebook than Twitter. I find that when I interact a lot every day, sending random stuff, jokes, funny cat pictures mixed in with an ad here and there, I get more followers and more traffic on my site. No one has the perfect plan, but staying active on your social media is important. I interact with others by liking, sharing, and re-twitting things that catch my interest.

Q: Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why?

A: Matthew McConaughey. Because, well, duh. It’s Matthew McConaughey. Honestly, I don’t know him except what I see on television about him, but he comes across as a nice guy who would keep you alive, build a shelter, and hunt if you were stranded with him on a deserted island. And if it’s just the two of us, eventually he will find me attractive. I just have to wait it out.