Monday, April 5, 2010

Interview with Omegia Keeys

Welcome Readers and Writers! Today, I’m pleased to feature author, Omegia Keeys as part of the Authors Supporting Authors Virtual Book Tour. Post a comment to be entered in a book giveaway at the end of Omegia’s tour.

What age group is your work geared toward?

OK: 18 and older

Into which genre would you say your work falls and why?

OK: Erotic Fiction because I love to seduce my readers mind.

Tell us a little about your book.

OK: brings the Queen of Seduction back as the owner of an adult cam girl website. No longer an employee she finds out that things may not be all that it's cracked up to be. Being the boss has her dealing with her models’ egos, juggling her love life and family, and someone bent on making her lose everything. In the mist of all this she is trying to open up an elite club and prove that she is still the Queen Bee.

Who is your favorite character in your book and why?

OK: My favorite character is Erika because she is my alter ego and Heather because she was very hard for me to write the dark character.

What other writers would you say have influenced your work and why? What are some of your favorite books in the genre?

OK: Zane introduced me to this genre of writing and put a name to it. Before this I normally wrote erotic poems. I also love mystery and thriller novels. The Partner by John Grissom will always be one of my favorites.

What is your writing process like? Do you do a lot of background research? Do you plot every detail or do you prefer the characters to move the story in new directions, or a combination of both? Do you belong to a critique group and do you find this helpful?

OK: I write whenever I get a free moment once something comes to me. If I am at work and a thought comes, I jot it down on a sticky note. Sometimes my writing comes out of order. I will have a scene that I need to get out even though I have not gotten that far yet. I prefer to just write and then go back and fill in the gaps. I post my stuff online to get feedback of the readers who aren't necessarily authors because I just want to know if they like the story itself, not all the mechanics.

Do you have any advice for young or beginning writers?

OK: Just write whatever they feel and get it out. Worry about editing and organization once you are finished.

Who is your publisher and where are your books available? Are there e-books and hard copies available?

OK: I am published with Passionate Writer Publishing. The books can be purchased on their site, Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and most online bookstores. It will be available on e-book in the next few weeks.

What is your website and/or blog where readers can learn more? Can they friend you on Facebook or other sites?

OK:, and also on FB under my name.

Are there any upcoming signings or appearances you'd like to mention?

OK: I am currently on the Domestic Seduction Book Tour and will be traveling across the country. Next stop Arkansas Literary Festival, National Black Book Festival, Almost Famous Authors Faire in Elizabethtown, IN and a few stops in Atlanta. More information can be found on

Thank you for taking the time out to interview me.

Thanks to you Omegia and good luck on your tour!

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A. said...

Nice interview. Have fun on your book tour! ;o}
A. Lightbourne

simplyvogue said...

I love reading interviews with other writers! It seems as though we have the same process when writing! Whenever it comes, you just have to get it out!