Baby for the Beast just went live a couple days ago at the time of my writing, and I thought it'd be as good as a time as any to dive into the story behind the book. I'll start with the basics and then toward the end of the post I'll dive into some of the more nitty-gritty author-world decisions that went into the book as well.
Baby for the Beast is a mafia hostage romance at heart. For whatever reason, I've been drawn to the hostage dynamic of a relationship several times
I've had a *lot* of issues with the technical side of Amazon, which I'm sure I'll write a post on in the coming weeks, but the biggest near-miss I ever had wasn't necessarily Amazon's fault. Just to set the scene a little bit, if you've read my posts so far you'll know that I was in a very scary spot before I hit the publish button for Knocked Up by the Dom. Early 2017 had been amazing for me. My books were suddenly all hitting the top 50 and I even had a few get as high as t
It's no secret that I make my own covers. Why? Because I can't stop talking about it, probably! If I'm being completely honest, I think I sometimes enjoy making the cover as much or more than writing the book. There's just something so satisfying and therapeutic about it. So I wanted to do a quick sort of "behind the cover" post for one of my favorite and most successful covers. Knocked Up by the Dom (pictures included, yaay!) I always start my covers by getting the model int