Spotlight on LOVE MANAGEMENT author, S.E. Isaac

Love Management spotlight author SE Isaac

I am pleased to bring you yet another spotlight blog post for this fun collection of stories.  ALL of the proceeds from this highly entertaining, sassy and sexy anthology of paranormal romance stories will go to the Ronald McDonald House Charities!


About the collection….

A five-story paranormal romance anthology where fate steps in to bring two lonely hearts together in each story. When our lonely hearts find themselves in a bit of trouble — landing them in anger management classes — they will have to decide whether or not to let go their past and anger in order to grab hold of true love.
Genre: Paranormal Romance Collection/Anthology
Length: 449 pages
Publication Date: August 1, 2019
Price: Just 99 pennies!
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*Audra is doing her happy dance*  This is a fab book supporting a great cause.  Now, let’s meet yet another truly talented and witty writer, S.E. Isaac!


I want to begin by saying; “Congrats! This is a wonderful anthology and I heartily enjoyed your  funny, sassy and sexy contribution.”   I adore the entire concept and highly recommend it anyone who loves funny, sexy paranormal romance. Now, tell me why did you decide to support this particular charity with your literary efforts? Oh, and thank you for doing so!
First off, let me say, “Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know the authors of Love Management!” It means the world to us. Thank you.
Okay, now onward with your questions. 😊
Josette Reuel and I are co-coordinators and authors in this wonderful anthology. We had just finished another charity paranormal romance anthology, A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat, when ourselves, Crystal St. Clair and Edward Blackwood began chatting it up & voila, the idea for this anthology was formed! Crystal St. Clair was able to lasso in C.A. King! We are so glad she did. The five of us all have our own writing styles and heat preferences, which I feel makes an anthology ten times better. (But maybe I am bias. LOL)
Ronald McDonald House Charities was voted on by all the authors. I personally have a friend who used RMHC, when her little girl had heart surgery. RMHC helped her and her husband by providing them lodging so they wouldn’t have to keep traveling back and forth and/or spending money out of pocket for a hotel. Instead, they were able to visit their little girl while she was in the hospital. It meant the world to my friend. Just thinking about this makes me smile. RMHC is an amazing charity.


How did you come to be writer? What is your favorite genre to write?
I’m about to drop the truth bomb. Are you ready? Hope so. I became a writer to battle depression. I have been writing stories since I was about eight years old. Around this age, my mind seemed to drift off to a dark place. A scary place. I was too embarrassed and scared to tell anyone so I began writing poems and stories to find my happy place. It all took off from there. Grant it, I didn’t publish any of my stories until I was well in my early thirties, but I’ve been writing for what seems like forever.
My favorite genre to write in? Ooo. Not fair. I feel like answering with one genre is cheating on the other genres I write. Paranormal romance & horror (wow! Those are extreme ends of the genre spectrum. Ha)… Anyway, back to what I was saying, these two genres give me more free range to play with characters looks and the settings. Erotic romance and military romance are contained to a box. I can tiptoe lightly on the border but can’t go outside it because then I am writing in another genre.
Now, please tell me about your delightful characters in RUN MY WAY.  These characters, (especially a couple of the secondary characters) truly cracked me up!  
Brenna Hays is that feisty girl with a big heart. Most of the female characters in my books are like this. They are the kind of women who aren’t afraid of standing up to someone. I wanted my female character in this story, Run My Way, to be just like that. To show that she has a short fuse, but it is usually provoked.
Liam Colby is… well, I don’t want to say too much in case someone hasn’t read it… But, I wanted Liam to be a character that makes the reader say, “Isn’t that ironic?” and then get a good chuckle out of it.
When it comes to writing, are you a “Plotter” or a “Pantster”? Please share a bit of your process with my blog’s readers.
I always start off with one idea in my head, but then it all turns into chaos. A whirlwind of chaos. You can ask Josette Reuel (my bestie, critique partner, and business partner), I drive her nuts with my writing process. She gets so upset with me because I will message her something like, “about to delete a few thousand words”. She hates when I do that.
Since I start off plotting but then end up roaming amuck, would that make me a Plotantster?



Where can my readers find you on social media?


Come find me!

I can be found blogging it up here…
Are you into Facebook? I’m there too…
Tweet-a-leet-leet? …
Tumbling it up too…

Author pages:



I also asked each of these talented writers to share another recent release.  Let’s check out ENCHANTRESS’ TALE by S.E. Isaac


Enchantress’ Tale
Part of my Fates Intertwined Series, but books 1-6 can be read by themselves.

BLURB:  Since a child, Annaliese has always watched life from the shadows of the kingdom. Her existence was known to very few. Only those whom the queen trusted most knew of Annaliese and were able to see her. But they weren’t enough for Annaliese. She was lonely and felt like a caged bird within the castle’s walls. While in the shadows of the kingdom, Annaliese’s path is crossed with Elder Li, the fiercest elder, and warrior in the kingdom. Instantly, she feels an unexplainable connection to him and spends the next few years admiring him from afar. When Annaliese is finally of age, King Theo calls for a meeting with the Council of Elders to reveal her to the elders and the rest of the kingdom. Annaliese must now come face to face with the man who makes her knees weak and butterflies flutter in her stomach. Will she be able to gain enough nerve to step into the light? Or will she remain in the shadows?


Thank you! And good luck with this very worthwhile project!
Audra Hart



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