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Authors as Readers: Taylor V. Donovan

…where we ask our favorite authors about their LGBT reading experiences…

What was the first book you’ve read?
*My first gay romance book was “Past Lies” by Shayla Kersten. I read it almost five years ago, and it’s still a favorite. 

What is your favorite book?
*I have several, but I can tell you the book I’ve re-read the most is “Horizons” by Mickie B. Ashling.  There’s just something about Jody and Clark, and their seemingly impossible love that hits the spot every time. J

What’s your favorite sub-genre/category (paranormal, shifters, cops, suspense, dystopian, BDSM, etc)?
*I always go for contemporary romantic suspense first, but I also like fantasy, steampunk, and dystopian.

Which book would you love to see made into a movie?
*The Wolf’s-own series by Carole Cummings, please!

Which book do you wish you had written?
*Same as reading, writing is a very personal experience. It takes craft and imagination to write a good story but, in my opinion, the final product will always be shaped and greatly influenced by the author’s individual views and experiences, and even their personality.  I could’ve never done the same awesome job Damon Suede did with “Hot Head”, same as he could’ve never written “Six Degrees of Lust” the way I did. Hope that made sense. J  

Who is your book boyfriend?

What book are you currently reading or reading next?
*After Midnight by Santino Hassell.

Taylor V. Donovan’s website can be found here.

2 comments on “Authors as Readers: Taylor V. Donovan

  1. Sheri
    October 16, 2013

    Vishous!!! Gotta love Vishous….’Z’ is my favorite vamp!
    I’m pumped to read AM too, it’s coming up on my tbr :)


  2. Debra E
    October 16, 2013

    If only Vishous and Butch would hook up. Horizons looks like a good read. Onto the TBR it goes. :)


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