I have a special treat for you folks today! A two for one! Please welcome Kam & Dirk!
Kameron and Dirk, a passionate couple in and out of the bedroom, has decided to join forces and bring their erotic imagination to life with words. Their solo stories are electric; however, the works they create together will practically sizzle off the page. Yes, they might live in a quiet suburb neighborhood, but they’re anything but tame and unadventurous. A fact you shall read and learn about soon enough.
When did you start writing and why?
We started writing about two years ago. Dirk was first to get published, story – “Voyeur”. Mine came out a few months later, “Girls’ Night Out”. After those two releases, we decided to join forces and collaborate on all future releases. It has worked out beautifully.
We are the proud parents of two children, 13-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter. They keep us rather busy but we try to write a couple nights a week or at least jot down ideas for future ideas.
Who is your favorite author and why?
I can’t pinpoint one author I like above all others. I read about a dozen or so quite regularly.
What do you hope to accomplish with your writing?
We agree we want others to read our creations and consider the ideas fresh and sexy as hell.
We’ve had four books published through a house and one, “Dreams Really Do Come True” was self-published. Our next, “Sinfully Delicious” will be released through Changeling Press. I can see the pros and cons of distributing both ways. I feel you have more creative control over self-publishing but sometimes it’s nice to hand over a story and let others do the “dirty work”.
Talk about your journey into the wide world of publishing
I knew from the get go Dirk was going to succeed. Me, I’m my own worst critic. It’s why I hesitated sending in “Girls’ Night Out”. I don’t regret doing it for one second now. J
Tell us about your book (s)
We write erotica – M/M, F/F, M/F, M/M/F, and working on a M/F/F.
What inspired you to write these books (or in this genre)?
We believe everyone deserves love and romance. Therefore, our writing genre shouldn’t be limited to heterosexuals.
Tell us why we should love or hate your main character?
We love all our characters. If we didn’t, we couldn’t love the stories.
No, but I do hum as I write and Dirk usually has rock playing in his ear buds.
Be sure to check out their latest release! (Published February 14, 2013!)