Ms. Strongheart has multiple books on Amazon.com. Some of her short stories can be found on one of the many sites she is a member of. You can find her contact information at the end of this interview.
I live in Texas, married to the love of my life. I have three children; I also have three furry babies.
Q. What are some of your hobbies and things you enjoy?
I am very into Asian culture and my house is filled with dolls, knick-knacks, ceramics, etc. I guess you could say I am a collector. I have a wedding kimono that I'm very proud of.
Q. What did you want to be when you grew up when you were a kid?
A nurse, thanks to reading Sue Barton books. How funny is that? I found out in the real world that it wasn't all about dating doctors, and that blood was involved. I said, that's it, I'm out.
Q. How and/or why did you start writing? At what age? Any special memories?
I can't remember not writing. I think I was amazed that through books you can go anywhere and be anything. I have always been a storyteller, sometimes it was a good thing, sometimes it was bad, it helped me lie. I entered a poetry contest and won first place, I never looked back.
Q. What project(s) are you currently working on? Why did you decide on this particular project? Do you have anything launching soon?
I am working on a space love story, Capt. Lanie Romein A.K.A. The Ice Queen. I never get to choose my projects, ever. They arrive in my brain via some crazy process, and I start writing. I just launched Restore Bring 'em Back Alive! a sci fi thriller.
Q. Do you have a blog and if so, what is it about?
I find it hard to blog. I couldn't tell you why. I am thinking about blogging a chapter of a new book, maybe like a serial release, on a weekly basis. I have a section of my website that I am adding short stories from myself and others. The list is growing and it's a wonderful way to get exposure. It's free to post and free to read.
Q. If you could say just one thing that you’d be remembered for after your death, what would it be?
The reality of it is, you remain remembered by those that love you for as long as they live. Unless you do something outstanding, historically, you pretty much fall into obscurity with the masses of other people who have lived. Having said that, I would like to be remembered as a caring, loving person. I would like a smile to be on the lips of those doing the remembering.
Q. How can you be contacted or found online?
I have a website, a Facebook page, but more importantly, I have a Scribd account where you can read free chapters of books I have published. I will also list my Amazon author page, all my books will eventually turn up there.
I Tweet, Twitter. What ever I have done or written, that's where you will find out about it. My new job is taking a lot of my time, therefore I have to market on a catch-as-catch-can basis. Hope to see you there!
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006FKGZ3A Three short stories of Abduction, a reluctant awaking of passion by a dark stranger.
Been There, Done That, Got the Straitjacket
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006S2WAQG Time travel? Insane Asylum? Visits from the past? Three short stories
Rewind: Portal of Passion
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00737OYKK Portals! Adventure! Slutty Girl and a Cowboy Save the World!
Windswept, War of the Elements
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0075F8S70 She controls the wind, but Rueark controls her. A fantasy love story you won't forget
Guide to Corset Making (Even the sweing Impaired)
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007PEP0J0 Least Expensive Corset Making Book on Amazon complete with customizable pattern.
Forget Me Not
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007O41VSK A short erotic escape. Time stops and the adventure begins.
Lair of the Lycanthrope
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007TJGLUS Van, cursed to live as a wolf falls in love with Maraisal, a forest elf.
Man Behind the Mask
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007ZFRCPY Stay safe, or follow your lust?
BRING "EM BACK ALIVE! Sci-FI Thriller What would you give to bring back a deceased loved one...everything.