Mr. Archer: I’m married to Zoë Archer and she writes paranormal historical and sci-fi romance.
Mr. Archer: I’m a writer, aka Nico Rosso, and also working in sci-fi romance. When I’m not pounding out the words, I’m the cook, photographer, webmaster, graphic designer, fight choreographer and bookshelf builder in our habitat.
Mr. Archer: We met once, briefly in college, back stage during a play. I was acting and she was a dresser. But our paths didn’t cross again until years later when a mutual friend slid me her number. I didn’t need to be convinced she was the one. Everything just fit.
Mr. Archer: I was working from home and she called from work. I can’t remember my exact reaction, but I’m sure there was much congratulating and hollering and plenty of dessert that night.
Mr. Archer: Kell in Collision Course is a former brawler turned space ace fighter pilot. So he and I share a lot of attributes. We both growl.
Mr. Archer: First date: I was (c), artsy, hanging out on an uncomfortable wicker couch, drinking red wine and watching a black and white movie.
d) A gathering of lords and ladies.
Mr. Archer: Makes me think of trouser marbles.
Mr. DiPasqua: *Ding Ding Ding* You win the prize for giving the answer the rest of the guys have been skirting around. LOL! How long have you been a RH? (Romance Husband). What advice would you give new RH’s about what you’ve learned being married to a romance author? What should a new RH do or not do when his wife is under deadline?
Mr. Archer: I’ve been an official RH for 6 years. My advice is to respect every stage of the process. Even if she is staring at the patch of sun on the floor, her spoon hovering over the unstirred coffee, she is writing. When she’s under deadline, pick up all the slack you can. Be the man in her corner, ready with the food or quick kiss on her cheek as she’s typing away.
Mr. Archer: We inspire each other. And there’s nothing more fun than research.
Mr. Archer: I’d say that Catullus from the Blades of the Rose series (his book is Stranger), is the most like me. He’s brainy and a bit shy, but has a lot of passion under the surface.
Mr. Archer: The Greek-Italian’s Seductive Siren. I’m half Greek, half Italian and I was swept away by Zoë.
Mr. Archer: December 6th, prepare to raise hell. Five of 18th Century London’s most notorious rakes make a deal with the ultimate evil for nearly limitless power. What will these men do when nothing can stop their wildest hungers? Find out in the first book: Devil’s Kiss.
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Mr. DiPasqua: Don’t forget to return tomorrow. Another RH will be here! Now, let’s hear your comments or questions! :)