Did you know that this month is my birthday month? Yup, the 30 days of Velvet starts today and so far, so good. I have to use my real name because I’m starting to answer to Liz even at Starbucks and my kid has to add (in a loud voice), “Did you know her name is also Velvet?”
And speaking of my son, he keeps asking how old I am and I have to remind him that women do not divulge their ages.
“So are you old?” he prods anyway.
“Like, a hundred?”
“Um, no. Just don’t ask women how old they are.”
“So what year were you born?”
No, I’m not falling for that line of questioning, although he’s a sneaky one. Anyway, so May is my birthday month and this is when I have to dig in and finish writing one book so I can write the next one. I’ve noticed that it’s kinda how this thing works, and even better when you finish a series instead of writing standalone novels all over the place.
So what’s next?
I’m currently working on Falling for Jordan, a novel set in the world of Dax and Harlow (Different Kind of Love series) and I think I blogged about how I fell in love with the stock photo and had to write something even though I had no idea what to write. But the moment I started writing, first following some storyline I plotted on paper that had nothing to do with any of my series(es), I ditched the plotting and it’s now a story involving Dr. Addison Rowe, Harlow’s friend.
After this, I’ll be tackling the Kindle World I talked about in this post but have yet to decide whether I should write it under my author name or a pen name because this world has TONS OF SEX. Doesn’t mean my contribution has to have tons of sex but it’s what the series is known for. But honestly, I really don’t know.
If you’re a reader of my books, what do you think? Do you prefer more sex or less sex? Knowing your favorite author writes smutty books under the same name or a pen name? This inquiring mind wants to know!