I am so thrilled that Madison has participated as her books really are best sellers and unputdownable. Please meet Madison McCall…
When did you start writing romance and erotic books, and what was your inspiration for it?
In early 2017. I had been wanting to try my hand at writing for some time and eventually went for it and published my first book. I would like to add that my stories are actually not very erotic. I will throw in a love-making scene here and there, but they are a long way from erotic. I try and add lots of comedy and romance versus down & dirty stuff.
What was the first book that you wrote?
Realty Romance: The Temptation. It did not sell very well. Despite that, I decided to try again, and the next book, Realty Romance: Mirror, Mirror, set me on the path to becoming the author I am today.
What are your favourite stories to write?
In every one of my books, almost, a man is inadvertently changed into a woman. I typically don’t concentrate on the experience of the transition but on the adventure that leads up to it or that happens afterward. My stories have included the topics of time, dimensional and space travel, spy stories, UFOs, global warming, and others too numerous to mention.
Who do you think are your biggest fans, your core readership? How would you describe them?
I am surprised at my wide range of fans, which includes a huge cross-section of people from all walks of life including young, old, gay, straight, & trans. However, I do think my books appeal to many in the trans community.
Do you enjoy hearing from readers?
I absolutely love hearing from my readers. Each and every email I receive really makes my day. Fans writing in to share their comments are what makes it so rewarding.
What is your favorite book that you have written?
I’ve actually had quite a few that fell into that category, but I think I liked Paradox the best. It was a time travel story with quite an unusual twist and was fun to weave together.
What’s the secret to a strong title and great cover art?
I put a great deal of time into cover selection. The photo has to really grab me, or I don’t use it. Additionally, I always try and pick a title that is descriptive of the story as well.
How much of your work is based on personal experience versus fantasy?
Tidbits of each and every book I’ve published contains situations or conversations I’ve had with someone at some point in my life.
Do your friends and family know that you are an author? If so, how did they react when they found out?
Many know that I am an author, yes. Anyway, some people think it’s cool that I’m an author and get excited and want to hear all about it, while others simply say, “That’s cool, how interesting,” and that’s the end of the conversation.
What is your best-selling book, and do you know why it sells so well?
The Price. It’s always sold so well because it hits home with individuals who are suffering with their given gender. The story is about an individual who is given the opportunity to solve their own personal gender crisis, if they are willing to pay the price.
What are my personal triumphs?
Each time I release a new book, it is a personal triumph. I just published book number 54.
What advice would you offer a writer who wants to embark on a successful career as a romance author?
Write and publish books. Don’t waste too much time buying ads, working on social media, etc. This advice was given to me by the top-selling author in the genre I write in, and they know what they are talking about because they’ve been there and done that and have almost 600 books to their name. There aren’t any shortcuts. Producing and publishing stories are what’s going to put money in your pocket, and that equates to having your a** in your chair with your hands on your keyboard cranking out material.