Today my guest is Andrew Jericho.
Andrew Jericho is a ManLove erotic romance author for Siren-BookStrand Publishing, and a long supporter of LGBTQ rights. His writing proves that love and erotic attraction are the same regardless of gender and/or sexual orientation. In their purest forms, Andrew has seen those concepts transform characters into better individuals. He is a gay transgender man, who lives with his partner, John Jericho, and family. He enjoys photography, eclectic tastes in music and the arts, and browsing the local library and art galleries. All of Andrew’s work can be found at: Andrew Jericho.
Now for some questions:
Getting to know you;
What is your favourite food?
My favorite food is anything Mexican. Specifically fajitas, enchiladas, pico de gallo, and guacamole.
Where would be your favorite holiday destination?
A hut at the Igloo Village of Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland would be my favorite holiday destination, while looking down into my partner's eyes as the Northern Lights flicker through the glass ceiling.
Satin or lace underwear?
Since Bella kindly allowed me to pick from a list of questions to answer, I chose this one because while I wear Jockey, I sometimes request my partner, John, put on satin or lace underwear to give me a private strip tease.
Sum yourself up in three words.
Gay transgender man.
Do you have any hobbies (excluding writing)?
Art, music, and photography are three hobbies that I enjoy.
For how long have you been a published writer?
I became a published writer in November, 2012, when my first book was published by Siren-BookStrand.
How many books have you written?
I have written five books, all ManLove erotic romances. Recently, I finished a sixth that I subbed to my publisher.
Sum up your writing in three words.
Romantic. Passionate. Erotic. All three words in that order, as the men in my books blend romance with passionate eroticism.
What inspired you to start writing?
John is my greatest inspiration and muse. We live a real-life depiction of ManLove.
Where do you write?
Everywhere. I am always writing.