Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Charity Parkerson

Interview of 
Charity Parkerson, Author

Questions by R. Murry

Can you tell me a little about yourself?
My name is Charity Parkerson and I am the award-winning author of several books including 12 Amazon best-sellers. I’m also the co-host of The Melissa Craig and Charity Parkerson show and the owner of Punk & Sissy Publications.  I worked with children for 13 years before moving into full-time writing 10 months ago.  Two years ago, my first book “The Danger within” was published followed closely by “A fighting Chance”.
After realizing that I would have to work just as hard for a publishing company as I would for myself (only for much less money) I decided to attempt self-publishing last year. I’ve made every mistake there is to make along the way but I’ve also met some of the most amazing people. As of today, I have 20 titles available and I’m having the time of my life
Do you remember the first story you wrote?
I don’t remember what it was or what is was about but I do remember that it went in the trash.
Were you inspired by someone or something?
I’ve always been a vivid dreamer and I use those dreams for inspiration for my stories.
What do you like about writing a story?
I love the feeling of peace that comes with writing. I could sit for hours writing and never lift my head.
Can you tell us about your book?
Sarah has been married for ten years but she can’t stop fantasizing about her boss, Charlie. Charlie shares Sarah’s feelings but neither one of them want to hurt Sarah’s family.
How did you come up with the story?
Um… lol! Since this one is erotica I think I’ll keep that a secret :-D
What genre best fits for the book?
Are you working on something new at the moment?
I’m currently working on the final installment of my paranormal Sinner series.
Do you have any tips for aspiring writers?
Keep writing and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do it. You never know how far you can go until you try.
Which authors inspire you?
I’m inspired by all authors. It takes a great deal of courage to pour soul onto paper and then quietly watch as the world judges you loudly.
Where can people go to read your work?
My books are available online where most books are sold but here are a few links.

Where can people find you on the internet?

Is there anything else you would like to share with your readers?
Thank you. There are not enough thank yous in the world to express how much I appreciate my readers for allowing me to live my dream. 

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