Alcamia became a full-time writer in 2008 and now spends all her time scribbling and amassing notebooks of ideas.
A bestseller, she enjoys writing gutsy sexy stories and thinks it s great erotica - once a fringe phenomena has, at long last, been pushed to the front of publishing. She s an ardent advocate of choice in reading, believing it s high time women and men had the freedom to fully explore their sexuality through well-written prose by some terrific writers.
When she s not penning racy books she s beavering away under one of her other pseudonyms as a mainstream romance and paranormal author. Asked what kind of writing she likes best? She says there s no one answer; whether it s historical, romance, science fiction or a supernatural twist she loves it all, but retains a special affection for spicy romance with punch.
Rather an innocent and a somewhat old-fashioned girl, recently someone asked her how she can write such edgy material without having experienced it? Her answer, sex and love are instincts we all have. A science-fiction writer has not voyaged into deep space, but can write convincingly about aliens and other worlds. The success in penning credible books is being able to get inside a person s skin, research your material and be inventive.
Alcamia has been published in countless anthologies and loves penning novellas and novels across the entire erotica genre range. When she s not scribbling she loves restoring vintage clothing, trying to cook French patisserie and enjoys mega-long walks in the countryside and along the beach. An avid collector her home s bulging at the seams with books she can t part with, which she believes is what makes it so hard for her to find her own Mr Darcy with a twist.