Interview With Author Devyn Quinn

About the Author:

Devyn Quinn lives in the scenic Southwest, though she has called several other states home. She is a huge fan of dark gothic literature, and read tons of books on history and biographies. She especially enjoys reading books on Hollywood before the 1960’s. Devyn lives with her many cats, five ferrets (yes, five!), and Shih Tzu, Tess.

After writing for several small presses, including Samhain Publishing and Ellora’s Cave, Devyn debuted as a Kensington author with “Flesh and the Devil” in March 2007. Since that time, she has released 6 titles with Kensington, and will be releasing 7 more books through Spring 2010 through the Aphrodisia imprint. Her titles include the contemporary genre, as well as intensely dark paranormals.

In 2009, Devyn joined NAL, which will launch a new three book paranormal romance series.

I was lucky enough to get Devyn to agree to an interview. Here is what she had to say:

What are you currently working on?

I am presently working on Soul of the Wildcat for Kensington, about cougar shifters in the mountains of North Carolina. Then I'll move on to the first of my NAL books.

Do you have any rituals you follow when finishing a piece of work?

I print it out, pack it up and ship it off to my editor!

What are some of your long term goals?

To be a wildly rich and famous author!

What do you feel has been your greatest achievement as an author?

Every time I finish a book, it's cause for celebration!

What cause are you most passionate about and why?

I am most passionate about animal rights. People need to realize that just because something wears fur that it is not capable of thoughts or feelings. My fur people are very important to me.

What is the most important thing in your life right now?

Taking care of my pets and family.

What is the most important lesson you have learned from life so far?

Treat others as you want to be treated. You won't get any respect if you don't give it.

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