I'd like to welcome my guest Nathan J Morrisey. Let's pull up a chair and find out more about him.
Excerpt: So there I was, lying in a glass box in the clearing, waiting for my true love to come. Back in the castle, I had a magical twig called Cock (because he resembled a thick, stiff cock), and he kept me company in the cave. That day, Cock told me that my parents were so concerned for my safety that they had hired a handsome, dashing young man (a mercenary) to look for me. My boredom in the forest was about to be alleviated.
I decided to play a little joke on him when he came. He probably wouldn’t know how to wake me, so I decided to write a note on a sign that said To Wake the Sleeping Prince Please Suck His Cock.
Then, I waited patiently for my Prince Charming’s arrival.
He arrived a few minutes later, stepping into the sunny clearing wearing almost nothing, just tight shorts that showed off his muscled thighs and calves and a skimpy t-shirt that hugged his broad chest so hard that it was ripping at the seams. The blond-haired man had a most impressive physique. He was as tall as an oak tree and had the strength of one too. His wind-swept hair was falling all over his forehead, much like the hair of Charming, the Prince in the Shrek series.
1- How did you get your start writing gay fiction and/or erotica? Please tell us about your background and early beginnings.
Growing up in the California sun, I was always exposed to hunky beach guys. I was 13 when I first realized how much I liked men. I would sneak up in the middle of the night to watch gay porn on the internet. The hunky, muscular men satisfied me more than any girl could. I'm just a simple writer who loves reading and writing gay erotica. I like to make people happy. All the fan mail I receive makes it all worthwhile. I'm also a staunch supporter of gay rights and the gay rights movement. I love Lady Gaga, both for her music and what she does for the LGBT community.
2- If you had to choose, which one of your novels do you like the most and why?
I would say Latent Homoerotic Desire: A Homoerotic Romance Novella. That one will always have a special place in my heart, because it was my first attempt to write gay romance. The characters and back stories were fully fleshed out as I tried to capture the essence of love.
3- What is your idea of how to spend a romantic time with your significant other?
I'm a simple guy. I like the simple things in life. My idea of romance includes cuddling with my partner in front of the fireplace and a romantic movie on in the background. Titanic, anyone?
4- When you start a new story do you begin with a character or plot?
When I begin a new story, I start with a concept, and then the characters and story come to me.
5- Is there a story you'd like to tell but the world isn't ready to receive it?
Yes, I have plenty. I'm working on a new series called the Gay Seduction Series. It's a gay erotic romance about this beefcake roommate. Look for it soon.
His blog: Nathan J Morrisey