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Mar 27

Dr. J.’s Spotlight on Hotness: Mischa Eliot

This week I premiere my first author interview. And my spotlight shines on Mischa Eliot.

I thank the universe for the day I virtually met Mischa. I soon learned she was my writer twin. She is a vivacious redhead with a sassy side, like me. We laugh at the same things. The first time we talked on the phone, my family wanted to know why they weren’t invited to the party! It was LOUD. We most definitely celebrated.

When liked minded people come together especially if they talk sex, wondrous things happen. She is one of my favorite sexy people, and I wanted to share her awesomeness with you! Enjoy her interview and the lovely, smutty stories she writes. ~Dr. J.~

Q: Who are you?

Mischa Eliot, aka M. J. Spencer. By day I work in an office daydreaming about smutty storylines to type out in the evening.

Q: What are your favorite storylines to write?

I enjoy writing stories where people come together. I like finding out why they are together, how they got there, and what they get out of it.

Q: When did you start your writing?

I’ve been writing for years… I used to play RPG in the old AOL Red Dragon Inn ages ago. It taught me how to write fast and on the fly, creating and weaving stories together with good friends.

Q: Where are you most in touch with your muse?

Sitting outside at the park or on the front steps. I also enjoy sipping coffee at a café and typing like a cliché occasionally. Sometimes, at 3 in the morning I’ll be found typing an idea out on my phone, hoping I’ll be able to decipher it in the morning.

Q: Why erotica?

Everyone who doesn’t write erotica thinks it’s easy to write. Until they try. Then they realize there’s more behind two characters having sex. Erotica is a difficult genre to truly write in if you want it to be more than sex. You’ve got to know the characters and why they’re getting together. The most intimate way to know someone is to sleep with them. Are they slow and gentle or fast and furious? Do they like their hair being pulled and being spanked or do they want to be caressed and kissed until they can’t take anymore?

Q: How would your writing experience help a younger you?

I would tell my younger self to keep writing, keep imagining. Even if things aren’t going well, writing can help.

Q: Anything else you want fans to know?

I appreciate the people who read my stories and I hope they continue to enjoy them.

Thank you, Mischa.

Here are the links where you can find Mischa Eliot/MJ Spencer:
Mischa’s Website
Follow her on Twitter for sexy banter!
As MJ Spencer on Tumblr
Mischa Eliot Author Page on Facebook
Check her out on SMASHWORDS
Visit her AMAZON Author Page for her erotic collections.

2 comments

  1. Mischa Eliot

    I’m still very grateful for you putting me in your spotlight! XoXo

    1. Dr. J.

      You will always be in my spotlight! xoxox

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