RM Alexander loves talking to her readers. Here are some questions she's asked most often, along with her thoughts. If you have a general question or want to know something about one of her books, please contact her here!



Why do you choose to write clean romance?


For two reasons - first and foremost, I am a Christian and couldn't write something that goes against that. Secondly, I love the romance of falling in love. The first kiss, the words that make a person melt, the looks. Everyone, at some point in their life, experiences sex. Finding true love, and experiencing and keeping that kind of love, is more rare.


Do you support other authors? 


I do, as much as I can. There have been some great projects I've been honored to help with - starting a networking page for other clean authors, helping with a couple of compilation projects, a few other things. I think it's better to help one another as opposed to competing against one another. It's been a real honor to work with such great authors. 



Which of your characters are you most attached to?


That's a tough question. Most of the time, I'm attached to whatever project I'm working on at the moment. That said, writing Leonardo in the Shadows Trilogy was a lot of fun and a challenge. He doesn't talk like we do, and staying true to his voice while still making sure the reading didn't weighted down by the differences in his speech was fun. 


What inspires you as an author?


Music, passions I have, dreams, a random thought during the day. Inspiration comes from a lot of places, and more than anything, my family inspires me to keep working when I want to throw the towel in. 


Who is your favorite author?


I don't have just one favorite. I like Nora Roberts, Danielle Steel, Nicholas Sparks, some Stephen King, Terri Blackstock, Janette Oke. The list goes on and on, and as you can tell, I'm very eclectic in my reading. Anything I can wrap my fingers around, I'm happy with. 


What is your favorite book?


That's a little easier. I love Stephen King's 11/22/63. I've read it over and over and the story is just amazing.