Wednesday, July 8, 2015

*Author Spotlight* Lisa Fulham

Lisa Fulham

Title: Delicious Just Desserts
Genre: Erotica
Published: January 10, 2015
Pages: 187


Turn the pages of this tantalising, tasty collection of erotica. View the world through a lens, walk the moss-covered floor of the forest and learn just how pleasurable business can be.

These eight poems and six stories, redefine friendship, drip with lust and invite you to a wedding with a difference.

Be tested by Sir.

Be bound by freedom.

Allow this anthology to capture and enrapture your imagination.

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Title: Out on Business (Available in Delicious Just Desserts or may be purchased separately)
Genre: Erotica
Published: July 21, 2013
Pages: 66


When Lucy Hunt is informed by her boss she will be accompanying him on a weekend long conference; she wonders how she will be able to keep her thoughts on her work. Vivid dreams of all the things she would like to do to Mr Casey have given her many sleepless nights. A weekend in his company sounds like heavenly torture.

Blake Casey is all business and no play. Could his shy and bashful PA be the one to change all that in just a weekend?
When the company goes Out on Business, fantasies are experienced, stockings are worn and suits are torn apart.
Let Casey advertising company give you a pitch you won’t want to forget.

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Title: Words of a Season
Genre: Poetry
Published: December 22, 2013
Pages: 71


A collection of poetry with a winter theme running throughout. Don't mistake a theme with a limitation, these poems were not written from a cold winters heart, they are filled with fire and emotion.

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About Lisa Fulham

I am an explorer of words. I love to create new people and see what adventures they can go on, but most of all I love to write. My words are my passion. 2015 saw me attend my first book signing and I am pleased to announce I will be attending a Leeds signing in 2016 too. Please check out my blog for all my latest news and work.

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What inspired you to become an author?

From a very early age I loved stories. Getting to travel to different places and be different people was amazing for me and it’s something which has stayed with me to this day. When I was fifteen I discovered an author by the name Kate Cann and after reading her work I knew I wanted to be just like her. It took my another fifteen years before I finally started to chase my dream.

I assume all authors also love to read, so what book inspired your love of reading?

I still have some of my first story books. There are two called the Wuzzles where the characters were two animals mixed together such as BumbleLion (part bumble bee, part lion) and Rhinokey (part rhino and part monkey). From there I wanted to read more weird and wonderful things and I still do.

How old were you when you wrote your first story?

I remember writing stories in my preteens, but I was thirty when I wrote a substantial story I could look back on with pride.

Who are some of your favorite authors now?

Kate Cann will always be a favourite. I’m very much into my indie authors at the moment and my top ones are Cameron Lincoln, Rebecca Sherwin, Andie M Long, KL Shandwick, Tracie Podger and Charming man to name just a few. From the mainstream I love a guy called Tony Parsons.

Are you a plotter or a pantser?

So far I’ve managed to mingle the two. I tend to have a very rough half plan and fly by the seat of my pants with a notebook on hand where I’ll make the plan up as I go along. Sometimes I can be in the middle of a scene and something I want to happen later on will pop in my head and I’ll have to jot it down so I don’t forget it. 

Are your characters based on people you know?

I’ve added traits of different people I know into the same character a few times and once or twice full on put someone I know in a story. It’s funny because I’m very picky when I’m picking names for my characters because if someone I know pops into my head when I think of a name I can’t use it; the person I know may be nothing like the character I have in mind or I might find it yucky to write about sex and a friend pop in my mind. 

What are some of your writing rituals?

Procrastinate, self loath, hate the world . . . oh and I always have the band Oasis playing in the background. Obviously on CD as the band is no more lol I grew up with their music, I’m from Manchester and having their music on feels like having an old friend sit by my side.

How do other books influence your writing? 

I try not to read when I’m in the thick of writing because I’m always scared I’ll subconsciously take on another author’s style. More recently I’ve been reading, but only books which are completely different to my current work in progress.

How do you get motivated to sit down and write with all the real world interruptions?

I have to lock myself away and try to have the house to myself. Turning social media off is hard, but I’ll sometimes put my phone and ipad in a different room and promise myself I won’t log on to anything on my laptop whilst writing.

Which one of your books is your favorite? 

Out on Business will always have a special place in my heart because it was my first word baby, but the stories Lust Through a Lens and The Wedding Guest are ones which I hold dear to my heart too.

If you could have a writing retreat anywhere in the world, where would you want it to be and why?

A log cabin in a national park surrounded by trees, but somewhere frequented often by walkers or campers so I could get new material for my books.

If your main character was an alcoholic beverage; which beverage would they be and why?

Sambucca because that sucker is tasty, burns in the right way and is lip smackingly moreish.

If you could live in a fictional world, which world would you choose and why?

I’d pick a place called Wonderland which is based in Manchester and written by a brilliant group of writers – Victoria L James, Francesca Marlow, H A Robinson and L J Stock and I just love it. 

What’s the best way to hide a body?

Dead or alive? 

This or That

Coke or Pepsi? – 7UP (I can’t have caffine)
Paperback or e-reader? - Paperback
Facebook or Twitter? – Twitter, but I seem to be on FB more these days
Peeta or Gale? - Gale
Edward or Jacob? - Jacob
Money or love? - Love
Tattoos or bare? – Tattoo’s
Hairy or smooth? - Hairy
Call or text? - Text
Hot or cold? - Hot
Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings? – Harry Potter
Coffee or Tea? – Tea due to the caffeine thing
Halloween or Christmas? - Christmas
McDonald’s or Burger King? – Burger King
Batman or Spiderman? - Batman

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