The (nearly) Naughty Nine with Jackie Moore so today, we welcome Jackie to Nine for the Week,
This weeks naughty nine, have an editorial twist.
Welcome Jackie to Raven's Nine for the Week. Glad you could drop by.
Q We'll get this one over first, tell us a little bit about yourself.
A I’m an educator by day, and an erotica editor by night for Breathless Press.
Q Thanks, now we can probe a bit more. What are you writing at the moment? Going to share any of it with us? (I know thats really two questions, but hey we will call it a and b)
A I do a little writing on the side, but lately, my editor plate runneth over. *cough delicately* But you know that, don’t you, Raven? Oh, wait, and there’s a Part B. I’m currently working on a sci-fi piece that will eventually…er, um, hopefully!...be a trilogy.
Q How long have you been writing?
A I fancy I was writing in utero…
Q What is your favorite genre? To write or read.
A I love me some sex, so the hotter, the better. I typically enjoy paranormal/sci-fi with the historical thrown in there to change up the pace.
Q Where do you prefer to write? What do you wear? And eat? (OK, I know this is cheating as well, but we need all the gen in our naughty nine)
A Honestly, I tend to write more when it’s cold outside, and by turn, drink TONS of Lady Grey tea (splash of milk, spoon of sugar, steeped strong). And I’m usually writing in my notebook while snuggled up on my couch. What do I wear? Well, now, I’m not sure your audience is ready for that little tidbit!! ;) Unless there are some single men out there…God, that was shameless!
Q So three things you love
A history, science, and the word “indicative”.
Q Three you don't
A People who drive EXACTLY the speed limit, people who don’t hold open the door for the person walking in behind them, and my ex. :D Does that count, or is that pretty much a given?
Q Three things you would like to happen in the next three years? Feel free to add to the three things you don't,
A I would like to have my trilogy outlined and ready for submission; I would like my son to love school as much as I did when I first started; and cornily, my own happily-ever-after…for real this time. As for the things that I don’t want to happen: homelessness, joblessness, and heaps of parent-teacher conferences.
That's it painless eh? Well because it is you, we have a little extra- what do you like about editing?
What’s not to love about editing? I love the opportunity to be able to help an author realize his/her dream! Being in at the ground level, from the very beginning, excites me, creates a strong bond between me and the writer. Take you, for instance, Raven. I’ve easily found a great friend and a UK grandmum for my son! It’s all about creating a family, and that’s what being an editor allows me to do. I love you! <3
Thanks for dropping by and giving us a peek into your life. Feel free to add any links to blogs websites etc so we can all find out what you are up to.