Angelique: Religions and Linguistics are my first true loves. I hold degrees in Hospitality and Religious Studies, but food and cooking for others is my love language.
Angelique: I [only write about] cities I have lived in, and that I know well, and love. I love Portland Oregon. I love Tampa. I’m actually a native Floridian. I love Seoul. I used to be a Korean linguist, and I lived over there…”
Angelique: I have recently finished my third novella for Tirgearr’s City Nights Series, and although they were an incredible amount of fun to write, I’m switching gears now.
Angelique: They are. The stipulations put on us as writers is the whole story has to happen within a 12-24 hour time frame, and it has to feature the city as much as the relationship.
Angelique: Once upon a time, on PBS, there used to be this show called “The Big Blue Marble”… It was all about taking you to different cultures around the world, and teaching you how other people lived… Religion and linguistics became my first true love, and i credit PBS and “The Big Blue Marble” with that…