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Authors as Readers: RJ Scott

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

What was the first book you’ve read?
*I can not for the life of me remember my first MM book read. Probably by Lori Toland or Carol Lynne… It was a long time ago and I am getting old!

What is your favorite book?
*The last one I read and enjoyed… I don’t have a favourite MM book… I have new favourites each time I start a new book

What’s your favorite sub-genre/category (paranormal, shifters, cops, suspense, dystopian, BDSM, etc)?
*Cowboys!

Which book would you love to see made into a movie?
*Can I use one of my books? I would love to see The Christmas Throwaway! ROFL… failing that Fools Rush by Chris Quinton.

Which book do you wish you had written?
*Too many to list!

Who is your book boyfriend?
*OOhh, interesting question. I fall in love with all the characters I write… does that count? Especially Zach in Throwaway and Riley/Jack in Texas!

What book are you currently reading or reading next?
*I have the new Diane Adams book on my Kindle – and I just finished Junk by Josephine Myles (which i bloody loved!)

RJ Scott’s website can be found here.

One comment on “Authors as Readers: RJ Scott

  1. Pingback: All I want for my #BDSM #Christmas… in Pictures | Christina Mandara

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