Hello and happy New Year! Kicking off 2018 and once again doing the #MFRWauthor blog hop. This year I'm even starting at the beginning!
We are starting out the prompts making us make some tough choices.
How am I supposed to answer that? Well, I'm taking the approach I take when my children try to declare who is the 'favorite' child. I love all my children equally. The same goes for my book children.
Let me introduce you to them.
Not Broken is Fiendish's younger sibling, a follow up to give that HEA. I started it right after I published Fiendish (2014) but I didn't finish writing it and set it free into the world until last Thanksgiving. Yes, it took me three years. Self doubt is a real bitch, let me tell ya. I'm proud of it, because while I put it on hold for a while, I never completely gave up on it. I feel like it's a much stronger novel because during those three years I learned and improved my skill. Unlike it's older counterpart, Not Broken falls cleanly into the contemporary romance genre.
I'm currently spreading my wings and attempting to write in third person. My first two are both dual, first person POV. It's taking some getting used to, but I'm liking the change, not enough to have it be my only style, but enough that I would be okay to try it again.
Not only is it third, I'm branching out from just romance to erotic romance. Focusing on the sex more than the relationship is an interesting experience. The most recent chapter I wrote for this WIP I was rather proud of and Tweeted about.
I'm usually not a good judge of my chapters heat level, but this time...I have to say I actually impressed myself. 🤣😂 for you @MaritTing @LilyMichaels25 @EvieDrae #amwritingerotica #indieauthor pic.twitter.com/kI5n56lwm5— Meka James🐢 (@AuthorMekaJames) January 4, 2018
I'm sure when that project is completed (hopefully soon) it'll be added to my list of 'best thing I wrote.'
There you have it. Maybe a bit of a cheat of an answer, but really how did you expect me to choose?
What's your favorite thing written to date? Check out the other authors on this hop to find out what they had to say.
Until next time