It's release week for Entirely, and there's an ebook giveaway as part of the festivities! 🥳
Below, there's also a Q&A with me about the story and writing the book.
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What was your favorite scene or theme in Entirely to write?
My favorite scene to write was the one in which Quinn and Jonathan are standing in her kitchen in the early hours of the morning, after Becca's wedding reception. They listen to Becca's voicemail and then they go to bed. Funny, sexy, intimate – and before the realization of the secret between them. Writing that scene was a pleasure.
What was the hardest part of the story to write?
Without spoilers, it was when Jonathan makes his "discovery" outside the club. I felt terrible for him because I knew he would feel so utterly betrayed – it was challenging to write the scenes where he's trying to process what happened.
Entirely completes the first trilogy of the Transformation series. What's next?
Plans are underway for the release next year of some shorter, lighter, funnier stories set in a different world. And with the chemistry between Quinn and Jonathan, as well as all the twists and turns I imagine their life taking, expect to see more of them soon.
What's at the top of your TBR pile right now?
The pile is high and always growing but since I've been head-down writing a lot lately, I haven't had as much time to read. When I'm writing fiction, the stories and characters really inhabit my life (or I, theirs), and it's hard for me to get into other stories and worlds – it feels distracting and almost disloyal. That said, next up are:
The Golden Spoon by Jessa Maxwell, a locked-room whodunit on the set of a reality TV baking show. (Big grin)
Winter's List by Jordyn Kross, a MMF ménage tale about a law-school graduate who meets two sexy strangers on a flight to the Caribbean.
War's Peace by Raisa Greywood, the first Club Apocalypse novel. I've been wanting to check out more of these last two authors' work since reading their short stories at the end of 2022 in the Passionate Ink Holiday Shorts anthology.
Last but not least, Big Swiss by Jen Beagin. Transcriptionist for a sex therapist falls for one of his clients and the two accidentally meet IRL and get involved? I'm in.