Sunday, June 26, 2011

Interview with Solae Dehvine

Name of the books:

Carry Yourself Like a Lady, F*uck Like a Porn Star
What’s Done in the Dark Series
Passionate Desires
Freaks Cum Out (Parts 1&2)

Kindle Price:

Carry Yourself Like a Lady, F*uck Like a Porn Star (2.99)
What’s Done in the Dark Series ( .99 cents each volume)
Passionate Desires ( .99 cents each volume)
Freaks Cum Out (Parts 1&2) ( .99 cents each volume)

Available from:

Carry Yourself Like a Lady, F*uck Like a Porn Star (Amazon Kindle, Uk and DE)
What’s Done in the Dark Series (Amazon Kindle, Uk and DE, Nook)
Passionate Desires (Amazon Kindle, Uk and DE, Nook)
Freaks Cum Out (Parts 1&2) (Amazon Kindle, Uk and DE, Nook)

Authors Website:


Solaé Dehvine is a 21st century author of, the eBook Carry Yourself Like a Lady, F#%k Like a Porn Star, and other titles such as Freaks Cum Out and Passionate Desires.
She also is the owner of the best sex blog site online,, which is a site full of blogs, erotica miniseries, and eye catching pictures. Solaé Dehvine is known for her erotic stories and her fearless talks about subjects referring to sex.
She is more than an author, she is an entertainer, intellect, and most importantly a woman with a genuine personality.

How would you describe your story/book?

Carry Yourself Like a Lady, F*uck Like a Porn Star- This book explains what it means to be a true lady, and how to quench your lover's desires by being uninhibited in the bedroom like a porn star.

Passionate Desires- Is a story about a group of friends and enemies who yearn to fulfill the desires of their heart. From economics to sex, every person in the story is willing to do anything to obtain the desires of their hearts. Even if their desires mean destruction to the innocent.

Freaks Cum Out (Parts 1&2) (Amazon Kindle, Uk and DE, Nook)

Love, money, sex, attention, and even drugs are great if taken in moderation. Often we take in more than we should and essentially become freaks. This is no exception for Joann, Sabrina, Corey, and Brandon.

While all are different, their obsessive nature is what unites them. Joann will forsake herself and her children to lull the voice of her addiction. While her children, Sabrina and Corey, are forced to fill the void left by her departure, Brandon inadvertently comes along to bring protection and love. Their happiness is threatened when secrets are revealed and obsessions run wild. They discover that some addictions can only be cured by death.

What’s Done in the Dark Series- Is about a man that goes to prison and comes out with a long list of secrets. Not only is he different but his wife, sister, brother, and best friend have changed. The only thing they have in common are their secrets and their need to hide them. They soon find out that all things will be brought to light… one way or another.

What will readers like about your book?

I believe my readers love the surprises in my books. They don’t know if there is a murder or a party in every chapter and I love shocking them with something new to keep them guessing.

What inspired you to write this particular story?

I was inspired to write all of my stories by the things that I hear and see every day. All or my stories are something that everyone can relate to and helping people relate to each other is part of what drives me to write. Overall, I want people to know they are not alone and hopefully find answers to their problems within my stories.

When did you start writing?

I wrote my first poem when I was six. I wrote from that point on in spurts throughout my teenage years and into adulthood.

When did you realize that you were a serious writer?

I realized I was a real writer when writing was all I could think about. People say do something you love and I do love writing, but it became a nagging need for me. I more than like writing, writing is my calling and it has become a necessity for me to share my gift.

When did you decide that you wanted to write a book?

I made that decision in the fifth grade when my mother read me a Danielle Steel novel. I knew I wanted to move people with books like Ms.Steel. I even tried to make a story back then. I didn’t finish that story, but I always knew I would write a book one day.

What is your writing process?

Usually a concept will just come to me. A story will pop into my head and I’ll write a very broad outline explaining the story line. Then, I’ll get specific which entails me thinking of characters, location, time frames, etc.

Next, I’ll start to make another outline of the main occurrences. From there I will get more and more specific until I’m ready to start writing.

I usually do a mental go through and think about what I want to say in the first sentence to grab the audience. Finally, after doing that I will start writing. My process has been known to change, but that is basically what I do.

How long does it take you to write your first draft?

That really depends. If I’m doing a short story I can do it in a day or so, but for a full novel it’s very hard to say. My first full novel, Freaks Cum Out, probably took a few months to get the true first draft.

Why did you publish on Kindle and other eReaders?

I published on Kindle and other eReaders because of where I see the publishing industry going. The industry is changing rapidly and ebooks aren’t a fad that will soon go away. I see in the future their being hardly any imprinted books and that drove me to jump on the band wagon now rather than later.

Plus it enables my readers to get my books anywhere, anytime, and for an inexpensive price. I love talking to someone in the UK and them telling me they have read my books. With the technology of eReaders, it has become easier than ever to expand past your local book markets to reach readers.

What kind of advice would you like to share with an aspiring writer who’s looking to publish a book for the first time?

I would tell them that nothing in this business is as hard as some people make it seem. While it isn’t easy it is fairly simple. Trust your own judgment, have little patience for anybody that doubts you, and overall don’t give up.

Anything is possible and if a writer stays relentless, they can make it.

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