Is Taylor Grace your real name?
Do you write under other names?
Who are your favorite authors? What kind of books do you like to read?
When I was younger I used to read everything I got my hands on. Now, it’s all romance. I read mostly paranormal, contemporary and historical but other genres slide in all the time. My favorite authors…soooo many. Nalini Singh, Mary Balogh, Linda Howard, Nora Roberts, Susan Elizabeth Philips, Julie James, JR Ward, Madeline Hunter, Elizabeth Hoyt, Meredith Duran, Kelley Armstrong, Anne Stuart…so, so many.
Are you starting another series?
I’ve an idea brewing in my head. I’ll let you know more if it solidifies into something.
Where do you get your ideas?
Anywhere and everywhere. It’s the oddest thing. I’ll be sitting somewhere, or drawing or dreaming and an idea will pop into my head.
How did you get published?
I’m self-published. I wrote my books and published them myself. There are different ways to self-publish online. What worked for me was researching them and finding the one that I was confortable with.
When did you start writing?
I started writing when I was twelve and I’ve written ever since. At times, like when I was in university, writing took second place to studying but it was always there. It became a full-blown addiction when I started reading romance.
What do you do when you don’t write?
I have two dogs I adore and I love spending time with them. I also draw, work out and love, love, love to read.
Wish l had the ability and patience to write as l have some very good but dark tales to tell. l love thrillers and fantasy and am trying to combkne the two genres in my Prince of Spoons novels. I t is proving extremely difficult.
Thankyou for visiting and your kind comments
Merci a vous
The idea of dark tales sounds so enticing! I can relate to writing being difficult. I’m writing my second book and I’ve rewritten it (entirely) twice now. I’m on my third go because I keep changing my mind about the plot. Sigh. Don’t give up!
Thank you so much for the follow!
Tres gentil de votre part!
I mentioned your blog in reference to the Versatile Blogger Award. Check out the post and participate as much as you like. No obligations from my end.
Thank you for your work and time!
So I’ve nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award in my latest post. It’s International Women’s Day, and the noms are all going to women whose blogs I enjoy. 🙂 http://parttimemonster.wordpress.com/2014/03/08/versatile-blogger-award-international-womens-day-edition/
I only found your blog recently but have been really enjoying your posts so I mentioned you for the Liebster Award. There’s no need to take part if you don’t want to, I just wanted to spread the word about your blog. 🙂
Thank you so much!
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Hey Taylor Grace, I’ve listed you as a possible participant in the writing process blog tour. You can find the information here: http://parttimemonster.wordpress.com/2014/06/16/part-time-monster-in-the-writing-process-blog-tour/. 🙂
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Nice layout and I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read so far 🙂
Thanks so much!
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Thank you so much for nominating me!
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Taylor! Just nominated you for the Liebster Award! Fill out the questions at the bottom of this post and follow the instructions please!
You blog is awesome so congratulations!
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I didn’t get over to check out your likes this week but I did see the links, and thanks! 🙂
I’m just popping in to tell you that Luther is contributing at Sourcerer. We’ll have an announcement on the blog, probably on Thursday, and a post from him within the week. Me and Luther went a little crazy on Twitter earlier, so you’re not the first person I’ve told, but you are the first person I’ve told on WordPress.
And you know i have to tell that story I always tell of how I met you both by commenting on the same thread, but can’t remember which blog it was on. That story is totally true, and I really cannot remember.
That’s awesome! I’m glad he’ll contribute! What a great idea!
I can so see you both going crazy on Twitter.
I’m so excited! This is great news!
I remember meeting you both…a year ago and yet it feels like so long ago….:-)
Also, you should see more likes from me on FB in the next little bit. I fixed my Facebook up last night to make it easy to find the friends who interact. WordPress, FB, Twitter. That is where I am until spring. No time for the rest, but I am still publicizing to G+, just not interacting.
Ahhh. I’ve seen your posts there but I didn’t know if you were ‘active’ in G+.
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