I want to thank everyone who enjoyed Safe With Me. It means a lot to me to have people who are supportive of what I do.
Due to the volume of email I receive, I thought it best to put answers to some frequently asked questions here.
Will there be sequels to Safe With Me?
Maybe. I’m hesitant to give a hard ‘yes’ or ‘no’ because sometimes life gets in the way and I’m sure even the mention of ‘maybe’ could start questions from readers about when to expect those sequels. I hate to disappoint people. So I’d rather just say ‘maybe’ and let it be a big surprise when / if it happens.
What happened between the ending and the epilogue? How did Susie reconcile with her family?
That is a story I will tell, but the story arc for Safe With Me was about Tyler and Susie. The story ended in a way that was appropriate for them. The story of Susie’s family and their reconciliation will be most of the basis for a book about Matt and Daisy. In fact, it will include what happens immediately after the ending of Safe With Me. It’s a story that will take longer than an epilogue to tell, otherwise I would have included an epilogue for it.
Will you write more series?
I will probably never write another serial like Safe With Me again. I may write stand alone books about some of the characters, but they will be completed books, not “unfinished stories,” which is basically how Safe With Me was before I finished it. The plot was planned, but tweaked along the way at times. I always had a very clear direction for the story, and the events that took place in part 8 were planned all along.
Will you write more stories about Tyler and Susie?
I don’t know yet. A lot of people think they want to continue to read about them, but how many people really cared about Ross and Rachel after they finally got together on Friends? That’s why the story ended where it did. Well, that, and the fact that events after the ending will be better told in the Matt and Daisy story, if I choose to write it.
Why are you so hard to find on the iBookstore / Apple?
Because Apple “cracked down” on erotica and made it harder to find in the store, and also made it harder to get published. If you’re relying on Apple for your books, you may want to get the Kindle App or use Smashwords, where you can download an epub and send it to your device.
Are your books available in paperback?
Not yet. The series is 891 pages long and I would have to break it up into separate volumes to do a print version. I am pretty adamant about keep the cost low and making the series less confusing for people to buy. A paperback version would make the series in eBook format much more expensive.
Why is your price so cheap compared to other eBooks?
Because I know people spend a lot of money on eBooks on a monthly basis and we’re living in hard times. There may come a day when I have to raise my price (dictated by retailers, not by me) but until then, I plan to keep my prices low.