Please give a warm welcome to author Scarlett Snow
Tell us a bit about yourself
I live in Scotland with my wolf dog and kitty! I originally published under Katze Snow and those books tend to be dark MM. I think there’s something super erotic about two hunky men getting down and dirty with each other. Throw in some taboo? I’m a goner.
I decided to step into Reverse Harem after falling in love with the genre.
Have you always wanted to become an author?
Yes! I actually remember a teacher in high school asking me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I told him an author, and he laughed at me, claiming writing was just a hobby. Take that, b*tch. 🙂 I’ve always been really creative, ever since I was around 7 years old. I’ve written stories that still to do this day shock my parents. I guess some things don’t change.
What was your inspiration for your current book?
Their Vampire Queen by Joely Sue Burkhart. This was my first reverse harem series and I loved it so much! Especially the kinky blood play. Damn, Joely. ❤
What are you working on now?
My second Rh novel, Saphyre: Enslaved by the Kings book 1. This book is DARK!! Not for those seeking rainbows and unicorns. The pre-order is actually available on Amazon now.
Do you have any quirks while writing?
I need to use my hand moisturiser before I start, then my lip balm, and a cup of coffee at my side. Otherwise, my routine get all wonky!
What are your hopes for the future?
I’d love a lucky break with my books. Just enough money to survive instead of scraping by, you know? I’d love to pay off my debts, my friend’s debts, and help support my family more. It’s the dream!
Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?
Please just write! Do NOT stop to edit. That will take up so much time. Remember your first draft is just that — a FIRST draft. It’s going to be messy with tons of typos and inconsistencies. You’re going to think it’s awful. But by the time it’d edited and ready to go, it’ll be like another book. Just keep going. Sit down and write. You’ll get there! Also, don’t check Goodreads. It’s where authors go to weep. 🙂