Thank you Allie and Novelspot for allowing me to chat with your readers this week about my writing and how I got started.
I’ve always been an avid reader, but it wasn’t until 2001 that I actually decided to try my hand at writing. Well, there was this one creative writing class in seventh grade when I penned a story about a little bug that lived inside a tulip, hunted by the deadly spider within the garden. Mr. Doodle, The Dingle Bug was selected with a host of others to be sent to the local children’s hospital. After that I never wrote again. Instead I focused more on school, cheerleading and, yes, boys.
Throughout the years my love for mystery, suspense and gothic grew. In 2001 I picked up some Iris Johansen and Kay Hooper books. They intrigued me so much that’s I wondered if I could write something as intriguing as these two women. How hard could it be anyway? I could solve the “who-dun-it” on CSI usually within the first five to fifteen minutes. I was a shoe-in.
So I did what every wannabe does. I sat down in front of my computer, fingertips on the keyboard, and began to write.
A taste of the erotic, a measure of daring and a hint of laughter describe Mackenzie McKade’s international, award winning novels. She sizzles the pages with scorching sex, fantasy and deep emotion that will touch you and keep you immersed until the end. Whether her stories are contemporaries, futuristics or fantasies, this Arizona native thrives on giving you the ultimate erotic adventure.
When not traveling through her vivid imagination, she’s spending time with three beautiful daughters, three devilishly handsome grandsons, and the man of her dreams. She loves to write, enjoys reading and can’t wait ’til summer. Boating and jet skiing are top on her list of activities. Add to that laughter and if mischief is in order—Mackenzie’s your gal!