Veronica Frances is the pseudonym for a creative writer, residing in New York City. She has had a love of tickling her entire life, which carries over perfectly in her latest novel Tickling Daphne H. Ms. Frances enjoys singing and writing songs, as well as writing non-fiction and poetry.
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If you had to describe your book in two sentences, what would they be?
Tickling Daphne H. is a sensual journey, filled with some eccentric and awe-filled moments.
Tickling Daphne H. is an unusual look into a group of people who do not play by everyday rules and who push the envelope at the drop of a hat.
Do you have a favorite line or excerpt from your current work?
From the chapter, Daphne’s introduction to erotic tickling:
Part of her was afraid that if he tickled her, it would feel too overwhelming and that she would just end up pulling away from him again. Or, would tickling really be the gateway to sex, and was she truly ready to enter that gateway?
What are five important things that you take into consideration while writing your story?
1.How to keep the characters exciting and interesting throughout the entire story.
2. How to keep my readers on the edge of their seats and keep them wanting more.
3. How to arouse my readers until their hearts are beating out of their chests.
4. What will I name the chapters? I like to name my chapters very creatively and with a lot of thought.
5. Where and how the book will end. Sometimes, it is harder to end a story than to begin one.
Why should readers pick up your book?
They should pick up my book if they wish to be aroused, if they wish to blush and if they wish to get a look inside an erotic world of tickling that is unique, sometimes shocking, and different from anything else out there.
What was the turning point when you realized you wanted to write and share your voice with the world?
I have always shared my work with others and loved getting feedback from people. Writing always came kind of naturally for me, but I would say I was ready in my twenties to publish my first book and share my voice in a more public way.
What genres do you prefer to read? Which do you enjoy writing in?
I love reading biographies, poetry, self-help, metaphysical subjects, non-fiction, erotica and romance. I write non-fiction, poetry and erotic fiction.
What five things would you have with you at all times if you had to be prepared to take a trip at the drop of a hat?
My iPod, a good book, at least one or two outfits in purple, my wild imagination, and a nice man who can help relax me on the plane by tickling my feet.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
I would love to be able to snap my fingers and zap myself anywhere in the world, just like Samantha from Bewitched.
What footprint do you want to leave behind in this world?
I will be remembered as more of a leader than a follower and as someone who was not afraid to break the mold. I want to be remembered for my compassion, creativity, individuality and my ability to write unusual stories, songs and poems.Powered by Sidelines