Fiona McVie’s interview with Frank Noir covers my work from its early beginnings to the present – and explores subjects like the possible existence of a “message” in my books. Some of the answers may surprise you.
Some years ago, I adopted the pen name Frank Noir. Recently, however, I got locked out of my Facebook account. But within a couple of tries I got access to my Frank Noir profile again. Here’s what I did.
It’s easy to dismiss the use of dirty words as merely rude and vulgar, catering to the base instincts of the reader. But to me, they’re more than that. I would claim that dirty words are in fact magical.
Yes, November has come and gone. And yes, I managed to get a novel to 50,000 words. I don’t claim to be typical, but here are some experiences I claim anyone could take away from NaNoWriMo:
Author and blogger Emmanuelle de Maupassant has collected the thoughts of 130 writers of all kinds of erotic fiction – and is now using this input to write a series of articles about the background and the creative processes of this particular genre.