Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Welcome Sara York

I'd like you all to welcome the amazing Sara York, a new to Total E-Bound author, but one who's definitely on her way. Let's find out the glamorous aspects of Sara's life and what advice she'd offer newbie authors...and more

1. How long have you been writing? What inspired you to pick the pen up one day and create characters that capture the imagination?
I love writing but I didn’t know how to get a book on the page when I first started. A few years back my sister was going to write a book while she lived in the Bahamas on a boat. I couldn’t let her beat me to the punch on writing a book. While she was away I wrote and wrote and wrote. The book sucked, but it was the beginning of my writing life.

2.  What influenced you to get published? How long did it take? Can you tell us the name of your first published work?
My first book published was Coiled Revenge, which is now out of print. I’ve changed the name to Murder Stalks and you can pick it up at Amazon or Smashwords. (BTW - It’s under a different author name so don’t freak out)

3. What genre would you like to try that you haven’t yet?
I think I’ve tried almost all genres. I’m really happy writing what I write.

4.  Most people envision an author’s life as being really glamorous. What’s your take on this? Can you tell us something unglamorous you did within the last week or so?
My dog is very sick and I’m the one that gets to clean up his mess. Very unglamorous

5. Plotter or pantzer?
I’m both. Some books I plot out fully. Other books I write by the seat of my pants. Both methods work for me.

6.  What do you do when you’re suffering writers block?
When writes block hits it’s usually because I’ve done something wrong. I take a step back and think about my story. Then I go delete about 100 to 1000 words and start flowing again.

7.  What would you like to share with new writers? Any suggestions or advice?
Keep writing and if you think your book is ready for publication, edit it again.

8. If you could be a character in any of your books who would it be and why?
Hmm, maybe Mandy in Matt and Tom Take a lover, or Anna in Three is Just Right. Why? Both Mandy and Anna have fun with two hot men who fall madly in love with them.

9. Looking over the past year, what has been the best moment for you in your writing career?
When I received contracts with Total E-Bound for Surprise Sleep Over and Working it Out about a month apart.

10.  If you could choose one vice, what would it be and why?
I would want to be a whiskey drinker. Whiskey is sexy. You get respect in a bar when you order a whiskey straight up.

11.  When you wake up in the morning, what celebrity do you most resemble?
Julia Roberts, or maybe Julia Childs. It’s rather hazy until I get my first cup of coffee.

12.  What are you working on now? Can you tell us a little about it?
I’m finishing off the second story in the Sexcapad of Lanie Watson. I’m also working on a Cougar Ménage story and a suspense book that I’m publishing as a serial book on Kindle called Red Skhye in Morning.

A Model Week
By Sara York
Genre - Erotic Menage


The Sexcapades of Lanie Watson starts off with A Model Week. Lanie isn't a player, but she's also not a virgin. When visiting Hawaii Lanie meets Christopher and Damien. They are both totally hot male models who want to taste all that Lanie has to offer. Passion mixes with pleasure when Lanie and the two gorgeous male models get naked. The sex is amazing and hot, but can Lanie take the heat? Find out in A Model Week.

Damien and Christopher's hotel room was larger than hers. They'd opted for a suite. She appreciated the art and the colors, but knew Blue Waters Resort had this resort hands down.

She spun around, catching both men staring at her. "So, you boys do this often?"

"By do this often do you mean two guys and one girl?” Christopher asked.

She nodded her head.

“Nope," Christopher said.

"Not before today." Damien's salacious smile turned her on.

She moved around the room, running her hand over the bedspread and dresser. Appreciating the decorators theme, but pleased the Blue Waters suits were nicer. "I'm a little confused at how you both worked together to get me then."

"You really are the most beautiful woman I've ever seen. You're almond shaped eyes and dark blond hair give you a totally exotic look. You’ve got great hips and real boobs. I've met tons of women, women who the world calls beautiful and I've never met your match," Damien said.

Lanie knew she was blushing, her face was too hot for her not to be. "But that doesn't explain how this happened."

"Nothing has happened yet," Christopher said.

"No, it hasn't. But I know something is going to happen soon." Lanie's pussy clenched. She wanted them to touch her everywhere. It was crazy to be alone in the room with two men who were strangers, but she wanted this more than anything else she’d ever wanted before.

“I like you and Damien likes you. So instead of fighting we’re going to share,” Christopher said.
Damien pulled his shirt off and the effect was as devastating as she'd thought it would be. Her breath caught and her heart stalled. Her pussy gushed and her tongue tensed at the thought of sliding her mouth over his pecks and six-pack abs.

Christopher tugged at the side of his bathing suit, revealing a strip of pubic hair that trailed from his belly button lower. The tip of his cock showed at the top of his suit. Lanie licked her lips, imagining how wonderful it would be to slid her mouth over his cock and eat him all the way. Lanie moved to him and slid his bathing suit the rest of the way off. His dick sprang free, slapping against the back of her hand.

And now, a little more about Sara:

Bio - Sara York lives in the southern United States with her family and dogs. Sara loves romance that takes you to distant worlds where you could be a princess or a warrior. She enjoys reading about far away places, but writing is her passion. Her favorite vacation would be to spend the day at the beach while reading or writing a good book.

Where you can find Sara York!


Jude Mason said...

Hi Sara,

I'm so glad you joined me today. I have to admit, you got me chuckling a time or two while I was reading. Great post and again, thank you for being here.


Sara York said...

Glad I could make you laugh. Thank you for hosting me here.

Lisabet Sarai said...

Hi, Sara,

Congratulations on the release! I love the story about how you got started writing. Nothing like a little sibling rivalry!


Sara Thacker said...

Lisabet, sibling rivalry does help make the world go round. BTW, she never wrote a book. She's done other things, but never written.