10 Things About.. Lola Noire - An Author Interview

We are excited to bring you two exciting posts featuring Dual Threat today.  This interview post and also a blog tour, review & giveaway post!

Without further ado...let's meet Lola Noire:

Plot or Pants?  Do you pre-plot your books, use an outline, fly by the seat of your pants or some combination of things?  How do you keep track of characters in a series?  Do you keep a journal of your characters statistics, such as hair and eye color, relatives, hometown, etc.
No journal. I pictured my characters in my head and went with it. I did write their full name down thus. I am bad with names (in real life too) so I didn’t want to mix-up the last name especially. 

Tell us about your first… published gay fiction/romance 
Dual Threat Love (DTL) is my first gay romance. 


Do you write full time or part-time?  
I wish I could write full-time but I only write part-time for now. 

If you could invite 4 people (real or fictional, living or dead) to a dinner party, who would you invite and what would you serve?
My mother, Pope Francis, Witney Houston and Dracula. I will definitely serve a traditional Haitian meal of black rice, red snapper, fried plaintain, macaroni au gratin and rum Barbancourt. 

Something people would be surprised to know about you
I have a very dark sense of humour that a lot of people don’t get. 

Where do you write?  Do you have a routine?
While writing DTL, I used to wait until everyone in the house is sleeping then I would just sit and write from 11pm till 6am. 

What are your writing goals for the next year?  The future?
Finish part 2 of DTL, then we’ll see. I have a couple of ideas playing in my head, I just need the time to sit down and really think about them.

What’s the hardest part about writing M/M romance or erotica?
Definitely the sex scenes. 

What else do you want us to know about you?
I have a love/hate relationship with travelling. I love to travel and experience different cultures yet after a few days I would miss sleeping in my own bed.

Who’s your biggest supporter/cheerleader?
My husband.

What made you decide gay romance was the genre you wanted to write?
Nothing in particular, to me it is just a love story, it just happens to be a love story between two males. 

Where do you find inspiration?
Anything can inspire me. For example, I heard a song a few weeks ago and I already know I’ll use to help me write a sex scene in part 2 of DTL.

What do you do if you hit a wall while writing?  How do you combat writer’s block?
I watch sports during the day and read late at night. 

What do your friends and family think of what you write; do they know?
They do know and almost all of them, except for one friend, are very surprised by it.   

How can we connect with you?
I’m on facebook Lola Noire
Instagram lolanoire_1

Thank you so much for stopping by!  Readers, if you have additional questions for Lola, please leave them in the comments below or check out her socials!