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Becca Seymour

Becca Seymour

Becca Seymour lives and breathes all things book related. Usually with at least three books being read and two WiPs being written at the same time, life is merrily hectic. She tends to do nothing by halves so happily seeks the craziness and busyness life offers.

Living on her small property in Queensland with her human family as well as her animal family of cows, chooks, and dogs, Becca appreciates the beauty of the world around her and is a believer that love truly is love.

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Thicker Than Water
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Thicker Than Waterby Becca SeymourPublish: Mar 14, 2020Paranormal Romance LGBT Fantasy
Not Used To Cute
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Not Used To Cuteby Becca SeymourPublish: Aug 22, 2020Contemporary Romance LGBT
It's Not You (True-Blue Book 5)
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It's Not You (True-Blue Book 5)by Becca SeymourPublish: Nov 28, 2020Series: True-blueContemporary Romance LGBT
Always For You
Always For Youby Becca SeymourPublish: Jul 01, 2020Series: True-blueContemporary Romance LGBT Humor
Let Me Show You
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Let Me Show Youby Becca SeymourPublish: May 18, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance LGBT
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I've Got Youby Becca SeymourPublish: Jul 02, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance LGBT
Becoming Us (True-Blue Book 3)
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Becoming Us (True-Blue Book 3)by Becca SeymourPublish: Nov 23, 2019Series: True-blueContemporary Romance Romance LGBT Humor
Thinking It Over (True-Blue Book 4)
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Thinking It Over (True-Blue Book 4)by Becca SeymourPublish: Jun 13, 2020Series: True-blueContemporary Romance Romance LGBT
Realigned: A MM Small-town Romance (Coming Home Book 1)
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Realigned: A MM Small-town Romance (Coming Home Book 1)by Becca SeymourPublish: Mar 13, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance LGBT
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Amalgamatedby Becca SeymourPublish: Sep 28, 2019Series: Coming HomeContemporary Romance Romance Western Romance LGBT

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Becca Seymour interview On 17, Jun 2019

"Becca Seymour lives and breathes all things book related. Born and Bred in England, Becca relocated to Australia in 2010 with her small family of hubby and son. Her life is crazy busy, and sometimes finding a story to fulfill her need for escapism can be tricky when she doesn’t have much time to dedicate to reading. “Amalgamated” is one of her current WIPs. It’s another short in her Coming Home series and is set for a September release."
Where were you born? Since how long have you been living in Queensland?

I’m officially an English Aussie. Born and Bred in England, I relocated to Australia in 2010 with my small family of hubby and son. We started off with an adventure by buying a campervan and travelling around the east coast of Australia, and then heading to Victoria and South Australia. After three months on the road with our then two-year-old, we were eager for roots (and a flushing loo), so settled in Qld. We spent three years in the outback, which was an adventure, before settling in the hinterland on our small acreage property.

What are the three books you are currently reading? Do you end up mixing the characters of different stories?

I have three very different books on the go at the moment. It does mean that staying on top of the characters is much easier. The most common issue I have is remembering the book’s name. Doh!

I’ve Got This (ARC) by Louisa Masters. I was lucky enough to get my needy hands on a copy.

Defender (Night War Saga, 2) by Leia Stone. I do love escapism into urban fantasy romance.

Finding Finn by Kiki Burrelli. This is my first from the author, and while it’s rare I pick up an MPREG, I’m kinda digging it in this author’s world. Fun, easy reading.

At what age did you begin writing? Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?

I think I was pregnant in my early twenties. At that point had more time on my hands, or hell, I needed the distraction from pregnancy (ha!), but I remember starting to write. I was predominantly writing YA romance. I didn’t finish any of them and probably have at least seven WIPs from back in the day.

Where and how did you meet Apple, your beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback?

Isn’t she gorgeous? We inherited her when she was seven months old. She belonged to my hubby’s best friend, who unfortunately separated from his partner. We happily adopted her. She’s the most stubborn, loyal dog we’ve ever know. And we totally fell in love with her breed and would love more in the future.

What did you love the most about Ann Grech's "All He Needs"?

Holy moly, what’s not to love!? It’s intense, romantic, heart-wrenching and so beautifully crafted, that Ann’s world is so easy to escape into. She has a special talent for creating tortured characters and leading them into beautiful HEAs.

What are some things that haven't been done in the LGBT romance genre that you hope to introduce through your books?

Eep… honestly, I’m unsure. At the moment, my LGBT stories have been low angst with threads of realism. They tackle a selection of issues and dilemmas. I do have a WIP for a fun urban fantasy romance, and now I plan to figure out exactly what hasn’t been done yet so I can weave a concept in. Thanks for that. snort

Who inspired the character of Single dad Davis Jackson in "I've Got You"? What is the biggest challenge while creating characters from the opposite sex?

Davis was introduced in “Let Me Show You,” and was introduced as a support character for Tanner. His voice was so easy. He flowed so well. He reminds me of a masculine version of myself. Though he’s definitely braver and saying it as he is. He also reminds me a little of my own hubby, especially when it comes to his desire to protect and make things right. Male voices come fairly easily. I do tend to check with my hubby and male friends for phrases to try to make sure the character’s voice is masculine.

“Let Me Show You” is a story of love where a Rhodesian Ridgeback shows a veterinarian and a construction worker that they’re made for each other. How did you come up with the professions of each character?

This story actually came about from a publishing house open call. One of the characters had to be a blue-collar worker. This was how Tanner was born. It became clear about three chapters in though that there was so much more to Tanner’s story and it would outgrow a novella length. Carter, my lovely veterinarian, came organically. I wanted a character whose profession was far removed from Tanner’s. I also wanted to include a pet, so Carter’s profession seemed perfect.

How did you get started with the "Coming Home" series? When writing a series how do you keep things fresh, for both your readers and also yourself?

My life is crazy busy, and sometimes finding a story to fulfil my need for escapism can be tricky when I don’t have much time to dedicate to reading. With this in mind I wrote what I wanted to read. Something short, light, low angst, and romantic. Fortunately, the series isn’t connected. There are no crossover characters or worlds. Rather, it’s the theme of a character returning home that’s the common element. There are so many possibilities for story lines that it’s not a worry.

Realigned is a story of love, friendship, loyalty, and family. What was the inspiration for the story?

All four aspects are key to me living a happy life. When I’m looking for quick escapism, I wanted to offer those qualities that readers can relate to and swoon over.

Do you think an author could ever get bored of writing? What are some things you do to keep writing interesting and fresh?

I don’t think bored is the right word, and if an author does relate, there’s something wrong. I think it’s easy to become distracted by the desire to write other stories and characters. That doesn’t have to be a reflection of boredom, rather it’s more to do with a writer’s muse. Sometimes, it’s important to listen to said voices (as long as folk with straight jackets aren’t close by), so that you can take a break and have a clear head.

What is the sweetest thing a fan has ever said to you?

That they “completely get” my characters, and that with the smiles there were tears and laughter.

Which is the next book you are working on? When is it due for release?

“Amalgamated” is one of my current WIPs. It’s another short in my Coming Home series and is set for a September release.

What kind of tactics do you use to ensure a more productive writing session?

No internet and sprints, especially if I’m doing them with author friends. It helps to get me focussed and motivated.

How did you come across AllAuthor? What made you sign up and what has your experience been so far?

I know several authors who use it and love the level of support the site offers and the visibility it provides. I’m in absolute agreements. There are so many nifty and time-effective support materials of use.

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      • Becca Seymour Becca Seymour 1 year ago
      • I’ve been writing on and off for the past 15 years, though largely in M/F romance. It wasn’t until I fell in love with LGBTQ+ romance about 5 years ago that I finally decided that was where my heart lay, and my proverbial pen took me.
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      • Yes. I smile at the good, and take the more negative on board if the feedback is constructive. If the bad review is nothing more than seemingly unnecessary venting, I can happily shrug it off. Reading is so personal, and I absolutely know we can’t all enjoy the same books.
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