Yes, I often will. I just enjoyed The Regency Draculia trilogy by Colleen Gleason for example and so I plan to read her other vampire series in the future. Often the other books are just as good - I've only ever been let down once or twice!
What is on your current playlist right now?
Do you write in logical order?Yes, I always work from page one through to the end. Even if I have ideas for later in the book, I always work my way up to them. Sometimes that's hard if you have a great idea for the ending but don't know how to get there, but I also think it's motivating because you want to get past the block in order to get to that point in the story.
How do you feel about explicit language and/or sexual content in YA books?
Kids are exposed to such things at a much younger age these days. That doesn't mean I'd approve of high erotic, explicit content in a YA book, but I do think that the occasional use of a mainstream swear word or the inclusion of the idea of a sexual relationship between two consenting characters over the legal age should be allowed if it is needed in the context of the story.