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About Julia Talbot
Julia Talbot has been assimilated by Texas, where there are hot and cold running rodeo, cowboys, and smoked brisket. A full-time author, Julia has been published in traditional romance and erotic romance of all genres and genders. Werewolves and westerners are her favorite characters, and she's known for strong men and assertive women. She can most often be found in coffee shops and restaurants, scribbling in her notebook and entertaining other diners with her mutterings.
Also by Julia Talbot:
If you like Fever for Three, you'll like :
Pictures of You http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=97&products_id=2667
Mixed Breeds: The Bear Facts http://changelingpress.com/product.php?&upt=book&ubid=1824
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An Interview with Julia Talbot
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio
HH: Julia, thank you so much for talking with us at TRS! Your featured book is Fever for Three and features a girl befriended by two sexy men who aren’t exactly what they seem. Where did you get the idea for this sexy tale?
JT: Hi, there! Thanks so much for having me! I got the idea for Fever on my last trip to New Mexico. I was out in the desert taking pictures and went, huh. What if there was this girl from Texas...
HH: What do you like best about Cheri and why will readers be pulling for her?
JT: I like that she's not a shrinking violet. She's brave enough to uproot her life, to stand up to bullies, and to explore a whole new side of herself all at the same time.
HH: What do you like best about Josh and Paulo and why will readers love them?
JT: Josh is brash and bold, Paulo is sweet and loving, and they're hot as all heck together and separately. I think readers will love how they love Cheri most.
HH: What’s the challenge in writing a non-traditional relationship in romance?
JT: From a technical standpoint? Pronouns. My boys touch, so getting who "he" is right is a tough one. Emotionally, it's far tougher for me to imagine the dynamics of two men and one woman. What if there's toe-stepping, and the hurt feelings are multiplied by three?
HH: What do you hope readers will like most about this story?
JT: I hope they love the characters. Cheri and Josh and Paulo dominated my brain for months, and I adore them. I also hope people love Lobo Basin, the town I created.
HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?
JT: I'm working on a new book for Ellora's Cave called Lovers of her Dreams. It's a werekitty girl named Savannah, who falls for a werewolf tattoo artist and his lover, a dreamwalker named Tim. Lots of fun, spanky heat and I'm really enjoying the dreamwalker element.
HH: What do you enjoy most about being an author?
JT: I love being able to daydream for a living. And eavesdrop. And I love entertaining people.
HH: What’s your writing schedule like?
JT: I sprint in the mornings, trying to get as many words as I can. Then I mix a few paragraphs in all day with paying bills and other work. I can usually pound out a good bit that way.
HH: Where can readers find you online?
JT: www.juliatalbot.com is my website. @juliatalbot on Twitter, which I love. And my publishers, Changeling Press, Ellora's Cave, Dreamspinner, and of course, Torquere Press
HH: Why will 2013 be a wonderful year for you?
JT: I have a full year planned of fun, travel, writing, and publishing. Life is good, y'all. I'm loving it to death. You can bet my upcoming trip to Albuquerque will result in all kinds of new stories.
Thanks so much for letting me ramble. TRS has always been so good to me, both as an author and a reader.
HH: Thank you!
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