James (And Other Vampires)

31 May

Welp! Now that Inedible Sins has been launched, RPP is back up and running, and I’ve just finished some murderous revisions on a romance novel, it’s back to Vampire World!

Several people have been kind enough to check out and review Liam and I am pleased to see that my evil scheme has worked. To quote Zoe (whose recent review was fabulous–thank you, Zoe!):

There’s a couple of introductions of conflicts, but only one of these gets resolved. The other much bigger conflict is left hanging, and I felt like sputtering, “But…but what about Aldo?” And for that matter, I wonder if book two will get back around to Madison. I rather liked her. But even if it doesn’t, I wanted to know more about this other mysterious faction of vampires…

Totally made me squee, in combination with, “I like all the characters, even the bit characters like James, Madison and Aldo.” Most reviews have said similar things so far, and, yes. Glee!

Here’s why: they all get a book. While Liam, for the most part, reads like a particularly nasty love story (hence the lovestory for monsters tagline), it’s just the beginning for their little family, and the characters named above are the stars. Currently they go in the order listed on the character page, but Aldo and Mads may switch orders since there’s some overlap time-wise with them and James. Oh, and Gianni and his uncle Giuseppe share their book because [redacted for spoilers]. But all of these characters will be in every single book. Until all those little conflicts come to a head and their little vampire world explodes, and we see who’s left standing.

I’m putting the finishing touches on the James manuscript right now, the second book, which will hopefully meet with approval. I’ll keep updating, though. Promise!


4 Responses to “James (And Other Vampires)”

  1. melanie marshall May 31, 2013 at 8:47 pm #

    I know you have been beyond busy but I need more of these guys. The characters just pull at you, hungry for your attention and you have to give it to them.

    • Katey June 1, 2013 at 11:30 am #

      Thank you so much Melanie! Total priority one situation now, for sure. James is a patient boy, but even he’s getting antsy ♥

  2. Meghan June 2, 2013 at 11:51 pm #

    Happy happy awesome awesome – so glad you are busy in a good way! So glad that your brainchildren are meeting with the approval that they so richly deserve!!!

  3. carole Lanham June 4, 2013 at 12:10 pm #

    LOVE your posts! LOVE ‘EM!

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