One Mic is Available Now on ByBK

My new music reality show romance, One Mic, is available now on Get a behind-the-scenes look at how six artists make their dreams come true and how two contestants get more than what they signed up for. 

This story was a lot of fun to write, and I hope you love reading it as much as I did writing it. Enjoy the show!

**Trigger Warning** What Inspired Me to Name Wrath’s FMC Lauryn?

Unknown fact… character names are the very last thing I choose when outlining a story. Sometimes the name changes while the story is being written. A lot of times, I’ll just use whatever name seems like it would fit the story at the time of writing. That’s why a lot of my side characters have similar names in different projects 🙈 something I realize whenever I reread a story.

I’ve become more mindful of this naughty habit. By looking up names and purposefully not selecting names that sound like I’ve used them before in any of my 30+ projects, I’ve avoided this mistake. Names are still the least of my concern with a story unless the name contributes to the story in some way. Or I purposefully select the name. And that happened when I named my FMC Lauryn James’ name in my upcoming story, Wrath

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An Intro to Wrath

I can’t believe I’m writing a blog post about the sixth book in a series I created 🥰. 

*Silent scream*

It feels like only yesterday I was announcing Pride’s (book one) release date. And now here we are five books later, and only one book (after Wrath is released) away from completing this series. 


I am so happy to share details about Wrath. There’s so much to discuss and so much ground to cover. I wanted to take a different approach with Wrath because this story differs from other books in my catalog. 

I’ve mentioned one character from Wrath, Lauryn, although she wasn’t mentioned by name. The mention was in a passage that appears in Envy (book four) in my Love is Cure, Vol. 1 – Vices & Virtues series. 

At first, Wrath was a story I dreaded telling, but over time, after developing the characters and finding another reason (albeit heartbreaking) to write this story, Wrath has easily become one of my favorite stories to tell in the series. 

The Concept

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