Author Interview: Becca Lee

Do you argue with your characters? If so, who wins most frequently?
Gah! Constantly. I’m a gluten for punishment and my characters continue to win and tend to get their own way. Collectively they gang up on my.

What makes a story interesting to you to write? How about to read?

It all depends of the genre and the mood I’m in. I love letting my characters lead me. They take me down paths I never envisioned taking. I love the unknown journey. To read is pretty much the same. I enjoy authors taking risks and breaking genre rules and make the predictable, unpredictable. However, when I’m need of a hot easy fix, predictable reads are welcomed.

How do you escape writer’s block?

I listen to music to inspire me. I ensure I match the genre of music with the atmosphere I’m aiming to create. My issue isn’t writer’s block though, ever. it’s finding the time to write. Boo for real life!

What’s the best writing advice you’ve ever received?

Write what you know and write what you’d be willing to read. 🙂

What’s your writing fuel?

Readers who believe in me and my work. They push me to keep going.

The best joke you ever heard:

I went from a time of putting pretty fabulous jokes on my page. Life, as always, has prevented it recently. I’ve uploaded some crackers too.
Here’s one I found:
There once was a “smart guy,” a “not that smart guy,” and an all round “not smart at all guy.” They were going to cross the Sahara Desert. The “smart guy” says, “meet here in an hour with something useful to cross the desert with!” Later on an hour passes. The “smart guy” says I brought some ice packs to keep our heads cool, the “not so smart guy” says I brought a pail of water to keep us hydrated. The “not smart at all guy” says, “I brought a car door so I can roll the window down when it gets hot!”

The Rapid Fire section:

Ink, Typewriter, Computer: Computer

Coffee, Tea, or Hard Liqour: Coffee

Hot, Cold or Warm: Warm

Cat, Dog or Bird: Dog

NC17, R or PG13: R

A Perfect Moment (Perfect, #1) by Becca Lee

“When life threatens perfect, it’s time to step up and kick life in the balls.”

Ella’s perfect moment was taken from her in the worst possible way. Humiliated, heartbroken and absolutely determined not to allow her heart be destroyed for a second time, she builds an ice wall around her heart.

Preston has known that he was in love with his big sister’s best friend since the age of fifteen. Over ten years on and an opportunity to be her knight in shining armour is too good to miss. Putting his heart on the line, he’s on a mission to show Ella that the perfect moment is possible.

Ella’s instinct is to run when she realises her feelings for her bestie’s little brother may just run a little bit deeper than just friends. But if she can’t run, she’ll try every trick in the book to shake off his affection and realign his feelings.

She already had her perfect moment, and there is no chance she’ll let her heart thaw for Preston. No matter how good he looks in the firefighter’s Christmas calendar.

*** Contains steamy-hot moments, romance, friendship and a bulk load of swearing – non explicit sex scenes. ***


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Spending the last few years near the Queensland coast, Becca is rarely out of the sea or off the beach. Dragging her long board with her and her overworked Kindle Fire, Becca enjoys her three addictions: reading, surfing and ogling surfers, one of whom is her husband of ten years.

She can still be found regularly on the beach with her family. Becca tends to leave the surfing to her boys; she’s far too busy immersed in her own writing or, of course, with her head still buried in a new read.

 Releasing this year, A Perfect Love (Perfect, #2) by Becca Lee





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