Those of you who follow my blog and releases know that for the past three months I have been working on my debut full-length novel, Unorthodox Therapy – psychological erotic suspense with elements of BDSM and thriller. I’m proud and pleased to announce that on February the 3rd I finalized the first draft. There is still a lot of work to do before the book is ready for release but the foundation has been set. Writing that manuscript has been pretty emotional and intense experience and I still can’t believe how far it went from the initial idea. It was meant to be a short story that grew into an idea of a longer novella. By the end of October I decided that the relationship at the base of Unorthodox Therapy is too complex and deserves a better development thus I finally started writing the novel. But now, at the end of the journey I’m not quite ready to say goodbye. All I’m going to say is that there are at least two more books of the same series that are brewing in my mind at the moment.
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Some time ago I had announced my intention to publish a novella entitled Unorthodox Therapy. Well, I had my best intentions, it would have been a short and sweet one, with one main long sex scene and some character development. I had written the layout and the first 5 pages. But my characters got mad at me and refused to co-operate. They insisted for a better story, better build up of their intense chemistry and complicated relationship. So, what should a writer do? I changed my plans and Unorthodox Therapy would be a novel. I am currently at the first quarter and succeeded in setting up a good working schedule, most of all thanks to National Novel Writing Month. And if I stay in such a shape I’d be finished with the rough draft by the end of the year. I want to use the moment to find good souls who love erotica with a pinch of romance and don’t shy away from intense scenes. Once the novel is written it would definitely need to be whipped into good shape and perfected.
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