Casey Sheridan Interview

Today at FAR, we have the pleasure of speaking to Casey Sheridan, author of erotica and erotic romance. Hi Casey! And welcome to Fallen Angel Reviews! The readers are eagerly waiting to hear about all your works.
It's a pleasure to be here, Linda. Thanks for having me.

Your website is smoking hot and inviting. Once you enter, it is hard to leave without checking out all that you have to offer for the readers.
That's so nice to hear, thank you! I always wonder if it looks okay.

Casey, can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
That's a question I never know how to answer. Let's see…I've been writing since grade school. I remember in sixth grade writing about a boy I had a crush on and how excited I was because he looked at me. Be still my heart!

Otherwise, besides my love of writing, I love to read, to collect teddy bears, and to spend time with the people I care about.


Ruby Red Metallic is a hot and steamy story. Why not tell us where you got the inspiration to write this story?
The idea to write something with a car came from my closest and dearest friend, Moose (not his real name).

It took quite a bit of research on my part, since I don't really know anything about cars, but slowly the idea came together. Originally, it was a very short story only about 2500 words long, but I wanted it to be published, which meant it had to be longer, so I set it aside and let the story percolate in my head for a bit before everything really fell into place.


Would you like to enlighten us on the characters?
Alaina is an ultra-sexy car thief while Scott is the hot man who owns her dream car and the only man to really throw her off her game for a bit.

What can the readers expect from your talented fingers in the future?
I'm currently working on a contemporary erotic romance titled, Number 69, but I have all sorts of ideas for other stories. I just need to finish one before I start on another.

Has there been a particular character that you hated releasing once your book was completed?
No, not so far. I guess at some point it may happen. I'm sure most authors have a character like that.

What do you think about Internet publishing and E-Books?
I think they're great. Authors can get more of their work out in front of people in less time. And their work is more readily available to more people all over.

Do you ever suffer writers block?
Oh goodness, yes. Not often, but it does happen. I try not to stress out when it happens because that seems to make it worse. I'll do other things to get my mind off of it such as reading or making jewelry. Exercise is a huge plus, too.

How much time do you spend doing research for a story?
That really depends on the story, it's length and depth. But I try to get as much information as I can. It's always better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it.

If you could meet any famous person in the world who would it be and why?
Any famous person? Hmmm, there's a few I'd like to meet, but I guess I'll start with someone hot like Gerard Butler.

As for why, because of that fabulous Scottish accent, that sexy lopsided grin, his sense of humor, his deep sensual voice. Oh my. I think I need a cold shower now.


What is your favorite late night snack?
Cheez-its or Hershey's Crème de mint Bliss. Yummy.

If Paula Deen were to challenge you to a chocolate recipe cook-off, and a favorite dish cook-off, what favorite chocolate recipe and favorite dish, would you cook for the show?
Wow! That's a hard question. I make these decadent chocolate cookies, sort of a Death by Chocolate cookie. They're rich, smooth and uber-chocolately. They are fantastic!

Favorite dish? Chicken filled crepes with Mornay sauce. Very elegant and tasty. I'm getting hungry thinking about them.


Can you share with us your website, Face-book, Myspace or Blog?
Website, Blog, Facebook, Twitter and Myspace.

Thank you so much for spending time with us, Casey. Please visit Casey's website to learn more of what she is doing.
Thanks for letting me hang out with you, Linda! I had a lot of fun.


Interviewed by: Linda L.


Linda L.