About Scarlet

Scarlet Hawthorne

Scarlet Hawthorne began writing short stories at the age of eight, poems at ten, and wrote her first novella – a romantic tragedy – at twelve. Today she enjoys creating characters who discover integrity and their authentic selves through their sexuality. She has been a speaker at national conferences discussing how power exchange can enhance relationships and refuting the negative stereotypes of BDSM promulgation in the media.

An award-winning and bestselling author in a variety of genres under other pen names, Scarlet was a featured author at the 2014 BDSM Writers Conference in New York City and contributed an excerpt from her upcoming romantic suspense Retrograde to the first BDSM Writers Con Anthology.

Always eager to challenge herself as a writer, Scarlet utilized a “panoramic point of view” narrative style, rarely found in fiction today, in her erotic romantic suspense Deadline.

Scarlet’s latest release is the contemporary male/male romance Between the Notes.

Scarlet lives with her two dogs and their Master in a lakeside community in the New Orleans area. When not devoting herself to writing or what Erica Jong refers to as the requisite “zitzfleisch,” Scarlet spends her free time drinking wine and eating cheese, taking long candlelit bubble baths, and playing with her dogs around the lake.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Scarletxxo
Twitter: @Scarletxxo

Website: www.ScarletHawthorne.com

Occupation: Author
Location: New Orleans
Interests: Red wine, black coffee, dark chocolate, deep kisses
Favorite drink: St~Germain cocktail
Favorite spice: Cumin
Favorite flower: Gardenia
Favorite vacation destination: Amsterdam
Favorite food: Lobster
Favorite book: Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonegut
Favorite song: “Maggot Brain” by Funkadelic
Favorite author: Anaïs Nin
Favorite film: Secretary
Favorite quote:
“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.” ~Audrey Hepburn

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