#Blog: I Found My Very First Completed Manuscript!

Let me set the scene.

I was in my spring-cleaning mode this week and was clearing out the shelves in our home office, going through old dollar store crates I’ve had for close to a decade, and I found this, my very first completed manuscript I printed out in 2014 the same year I wrote the story. 

It’s the first completed story (full-length and not a short), I’ve ever completed. A NaNoWriMo project. And though I’ve never published it, me finding it is a moment, it’s significant. Because not only is it my very first book, but I’m finding it close to a week before I release my 35th self-published story. 

If you remember, I counted this time. We’re at a milestone! 

But back to this manuscript.

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4 Quick Facts About When Luke Met Juliette

My next book release When Luke Met Juliette will go live next week, April 7th! I’m so excited for you all to read this book. I was standing in my kitchen waiting for my coffee to finish brewing when I thought to myself, “I wonder what number book When Luke Met Juliette will be?”

I’ve stopped counting after Last Comes Love, it feels. Ever since then, I’ve I’d checked in on the number, but I rarely remember what number I was up to. 


We’re officially at story number #35, making it a milestone for me. And if there was a story that should serve as a milestone on my self-publishing journey is HAS to be When Luke Met Juliette.

When Luke Met Juliette is a culmination of everything I’ve learned about storytelling and what I discovered on my own just doing it. I am sincerely in love with this story and the breadth of these characters and their character arcs. 

There’s so much I want to say about this story but I want for some of you to read it first so I can talk with you and not atyou lol. 

With that said, there are some quick facts I can share about When Luke Met Juliette that I think you’d find interesting. Some of these will be facts you’ve heard me mention before, other facts you expect from my stories, but here they are anyway. 

4 Quick Facts about When Luke Met Juliette.

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2022 In Review

Here we are again! Another year and another yearly review, thank God! To start, I’m giving thanks for seeing the end of another year. This year was a perpetual rollercoaster with wins and lessons. Like, literally, the wins and lessons were 50:50 split for me! And while 2022 had its share of lows, the highs were everything. Let’s start with the books, though!

I Released Four Books In 2022

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I Think I’m in my ‘Let’s stay together’ era in writing

What does that even mean, right? 

Let me explain.

With every year and the books published in that timeframe, I realize my stories follow a certain theme. One year, I centered most of my books on my characters letting love in after resisting it. Another year, almost all my books dealt with redemption and forgiveness after my main characters made questionable decisions in their pasts. 

Based on the theme for Home Before Midnight–my last release for 2022–and the books I will work on in 2023, they seem to all center on my characters nurturing the love they‘ve cultivated in their relationships after their happily ever after.

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BK’s Story Guides

You know what I love the most about this journey as an independent author? The lessons I learn along the way. I’ve gone through different phases as an author. Going from wanting to write but not being able to finish a single book. To writing the books but not knowing how to market them. To marketing them but not really knowing my audience. And on and on it continues to go with the realizations, adjustments, and challenges that blossom into lessons learned and the proper moves being made.

It sounds overwhelming but honestly, it’s something to be grateful for. I’m growing and with growing there are growing pains, but baby, I am not where I started and if I had to start all over again, I won’t ever start from the beginning. I’ll always start from experience.

And that brings us to today…

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Why I Will Never Write Another Last Comes Love Again?

I’m about a handful of chapters away from typing “the end” on the fifth book in my Love is Cure, Vol. 1–Vices & Virtues series, Gluttony, and it’s really got me thinking. While this book has been a real labor of love (I’ll write about that experience once I’m done), I’ve had many other stories challenge me so much I almost didn’t finish them.

One of those stories was Last Comes Love (LCL).

When I combined two separate stories and made them one (Rylee’s story was a solo story and so was Lennox’s), I did so after many months of thinking. A bittersweet love story was uncommon, especially in romance, a genre I predominantly write in. This is one reason I listed LCL under Women’s Fiction instead of Romance on Amazon where it was published. 

As someone who empathizes deeply, whether I experience things first-hand or vicariously, the initial idea of bringing this story to life was a decision far from easy to make.

But I did it, boldly, and with foreknowledge that it might anger some readers and possibly land me on some do not read lists. Most romance readers read love stories in search of the coveted HEA. I also enjoy reading love stories for the coveted HEA. However, my soul’s urge was to tell this story for two reasons – representation matters and because I just really wanted to tell this story. 

And here’s why.

My Reason

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An Update on Mello

I published a Glimpse for Mello and Rayelle from They Call Me Mello. The update is live now on my readers’ website, BKBookLounge.com. If you want to know what Mello has been up to in Miami, check out his Glimpse.

And I know I said he wouldn’t get another book, but ever since I created his Glimpse, I’m having second thoughts.

Click below to read…

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Catching Up With Cadence & Meki from A Love Deferred

I’m so deep into Gluttony that there’s no turning back now, which is a great thing, because the love I’m nurturing for this project has me enjoying every chapter I create. The details in Gluttony are so precise, I’m taking my time to bring them to life in story form. The details matter and the details help move the story forward. I can’t wait to share more. 

As mentioned in a previous post, I have plans to include a few familiar faces from my previously published stories. While a lot of the couple updates have and will continue to appear in the BK Book Lounge (there’s a new glimpse publishing next soon!) some couples deserve an update too detailed for a glimpse but too short for another book.

Meki and Cadence Knight (nee Cadence Nice) are one of those couples. 

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So… Let’s Talk A Little About Gluttony

After months of outlining, researching, and maybe some procrastination, the creative process for Gluttony, book five in the Love is Cure, Vol. 1 – Vices & Virtues series has started.

To write a book about a sin that revolves around consumption, most notably consumption of food, has been an eye-opening experience. Though the story is thematic, it’s told in a relatable way with a storyline that’s interesting given the subject matter. 

Writing visuals for Gluttony.

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#STIL: What to Expect from So This is Love

So This is Love will be my 32nd self-published story and I literally cannot believe I just typed that! I have grown so much as a writer on my self-publishing journey. The thinking I had at the start of my author experience is not the same today… in a good way! This book and all the other books I’ve written this year have challenged and altered my perspective on what it means to be a writer. Once upon a time, I used to think to write, to be a writer, I needed a desk, and a laptop, and to set the scene before writing the scene. All of that is still nice to have, but I’m learning more than ever that technique is queen and the most important thing in all of this.

Because like ENVY and Ready or Not – two books I released earlier this year – I wrote So This is Love on my phone. 

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#STIL: The Book Trailer for So This is Love

Have I ever admitted that I really, really love making these? Creating a visual representation of a story that only existed in my head, then in words, and finally with visuals, is magical to me. It’s the actuality of thoughts becoming things and I sincerely love that. The release of So This is Love is only a week away and I still have so much to share about this story.

The Storyboard for So This is Love

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#STIL: Who is Dallas Roque?

Dallas was a favorite of mine from Forbidden: An Anthology – the first book where he appears. The story wasn’t told from his perspective, so we didn’t really have time to dive into his thinking or how he felt about Ayanna’s decision to seduce him into paying back his brother for his brother’s trifling ways. So This is Love (STIL) will finally give him a voice, and it’s a voice to love. 

Image Credit: Pinterest

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#STIL: Who is Ayanna Dale?

When we met Ayanna Dale in Forbidden: An Anthology, she was a woman on a mission with a focus on dishing payback. Ayanna grew fed up with her relationship. In fact, Ayanna was tired of being tired. She’d been in a relationship with her boyfriend, Dominick, for a year, and the year had not been pretty. Despite that, Ayanna stuck through the rough times believing that things would eventually get better, despite being hurt and lied to since day one. 

Image Credit: Pinterest

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#STIL: So This is Love Storyboard

Can you believe So This is Love will be available in three weeks? I checked my calendar earlier today and almost swallowed my tongue! I always feel like I have so much time for these releases until I don’t lol. But I am so excited to hand deliver this baby for your reading pleasure. The next few posts on this blog will be all about So This is Love (STIL) and they will give you insight into what to expect from this read. This is the last book in a series, and I did not hold back at all. Dallas and Ayanna are my new faves. I’m pretty sure I say that about a lot of the couples I write about, but honestly, these two have nuzzled their way into a special place in my heart, and I sure hope they do the same for you.

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#7DaysofBookBaes: Lennox Walker

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. This is Day 7 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we’re spotlighting Lennox Walker.

Lennox’s love is loyal.

I don’t talk about Lennox a lot because I promise you, every time I do, I get one of you in my DMs practically wanting to catch me outside over this man. 

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#7DaysofBookBaes: Zane Armstrong

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. Today is Day 6 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we’re spotlighting Zane Armstrong.

Zane’s love is persevering.

Zane is a Brookelynites favorite and mine, too. From the moment he appears on the page, you know who he’s all about – his wife, Desiree Armstrong.

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#7DaysofBookBaes: Hassani Franklin

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. Today is Day 5 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we are spotlighting Hassani Franklin.

Hassani’s love is faithful.

Hassani and Ayla became friends during a time that was so imperfect. When he first laid eyes on this girl, though, he liked immediately. He couldn’t deny it to himself even if he tried, but here’s the thing… he never denies it. To everyone else, yes, but to himself, never.

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#7DaysofBookBaes: August Hall

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. This is Day 4 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we are spotlighting August Hall.

August’s love is patient.

August is one of my absolute favorite book baes. I adore him so much I can’t wait to write about him and Genesis again. I may even add a glimpse of them to BK Book Lounge to suffice for now.

This man has been through it. His best friend did him wrong. His wife was dishonest. And he lost them both on the same day. So did his good friend Genesis. 

Through heartbreak, he and Genesis find something special in each other. But Genesis is not so quick to warm to the change in their friendship. And August doesn’t rush her. He waits. Although this is the ultimate show of patience, it isn’t the only way August showed his patience.

Meet August in Meant to Be.

Click here to browse my Character/Setting Glossary to see where else you can find August.

Have you read Meant to Be and have questions? I’m answering them all in my text community. Text AUGUST to  +1 (347) 697-4374 or click here to join my text community and send me your questions!

#7DaysofBookBaes: Jayce Martin

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. This is Day 3 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we are spotlighting Jayce Martin.

Jayce’s love is understanding.

All the saints in my Love is Cure, Vol. 1–Vices & Virtues series have this quality of understanding. It’s that special sauce that makes them perfect for the vices. The saints are the only ones who can see past what the vices show on the surface. Jayce is one of my favorites.

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#7DaysofBookBaes: Naazir Goodman

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. This is Day 2 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we’re spotlighting Naazir Goodman. 

Naazir’s love is resolute.

From the short story An Unexpected Love, Naazir knew what he wanted – Nubia.

Fine, they were different and sure, she didn’t make things easy for him at first sight, but baebee, Naazir did not let that stop him from pursuing.

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#7DaysofBookBaes: Amir Jones

#7DaysofBookBaes is a blog event spotlighting my favorite book baes from my books in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. This is Day 1 of #7DaysofBookBaes and today we’re spotlighting Amir Jones.

Amir’s love is consistent.

Amir is one of my favorite book baes. I don’t shy away from admitting that as often as possible. He appears in Girl Code and then again in the sequel, Mr & Mrs Jones.

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My 2021 In Review – The Year I Did The Least But Still The Most

This year I learned what I loved doing the very most as a writer – growing. 

I told myself at the start of this year that under no circumstance would I end the year the same way I started it. I would need to have evolved even if measured on a small scale. I promised I’d add to my writer’s toolkit and challenge myself to think bigger. I did all of that. 

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I Launched a New Website Today!

I just love having an idea, seeing it in my mind, planning, and working that plan into something I can see with both eyes. 

Today, I launch a new website, BK Book Lounge – a website I’ve been thinking of launching for a while. A website that will serve as the official home for readers who love my books. It was a delight creating the content and building another home on the web to delight my readers as well.

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The unofficial character in My First, My Last

The unofficial supporting character in My First, My Last. The Twin Towers were characters in my story that needed no character development. They came fully packaged and with a compelling backstory. The Twin Towers were a sight to behold in its prime. It shaped the New York City skyline beautifully and could be seen from miles. If you walked the Brooklyn Bridge or rode the train over it like I did, you marveled at its height. It towered over the surrounding buildings. It was iconic. Period.  

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#LovelessNovella: Who Is Jeremiah Rhames?

Jeremiah Rhames. Does his name sound familiar? If you read my No Fraternizing series, it will. Jeremiah was the detective who interviewed Lila at the precinct when Romello was dragged in on charges in part 2 of the series. Jeremiah also appeared in part 3 of No Fraternizing, with a more significant role as the source to reveal Romello and Lila’s connected past. Just as he changed the course of the stories in part 2 and part 3, Jeremiah’s role in Loveless is just as significant.

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#LovelessNovella: Who Is Joi Friday?

Joi Friday. She’s probably one of my most disliked characters I’ve written about to date. She’s an undeniable bad guy with a backstory that helps make sense of the person she becomes when readers first meet her in Forbidden: An Anthology.

She hints at it at the start of her story “Decadent Contradictions.” But because the story was a short story, we really didn’t have the time to get too deep into it. Loveless allows us to peel back Joi’s layers and to sort through the complexities that molds her character.

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My 2019 In Review…

I still can’t believe we are at the end of 2019, the end of the decade! It’s impossible for me to mention the end of 2019 without mentioning the end of a decade. I started self-publishing in the middle of the decade, in 2015, and if you ask me, I wouldn’t even say that’s when I really started publishing. There was so much I didn’t know about self-publishing, so many mistakes made, but those mistakes taught me valuable things. My first story, No Fraternizing, Pt. 1, wasn’t even supposed to be a part 1. “Part 1” was supposed to be it. But after almost a year after publishing that story, I got a few messages from readers curious about how the story continued. I didn’t even know I had readers before their messages. And that’s what this decade represented for me… a time of discovery.

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New To BrookelynMosley.com – BK’s Character Hotel!

I’ve added a new webpage to BrookelynMosley.com that should have been added a long time ago! Being a fan of hand drawings and art that resemble hand drawings, I sometimes try to incorporate art into my writing. Whenever I create characters, the way they look, the timbre in their voices, and even mannerisms unique to them amongst other things become mighty clear. Bringing the characters to life via art has been a dream come true.

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So… I’ve been world building for Last Comes Love and the Love is Cure & Forbidden series!

With my next few book releases, I’m diving deeper into the waters of my creativity. This summer, I spent a lot of time working on my craft, studying world building and fictional universes of all things. Honestly, I thought that world building was limited to fantasy genres. You know, Harry Potter type ish. But it turns out, world building can happen in any genre and I’ve fallen head over heels in love with it.

Truthfully, I’ve done world building but at a small scale before this summer. In a lot of my stories, I’d throw in a fictional setting to keep the story rolling during the drafting process and keep the setting while editing if it works well with the plot. Often I used real establishments to authenticate a story but now, I’ll do less of that and will construct a fictional world sort to say, starting with Last Comes Love.

Last Comes Love will be the first of many. It will be my first real contemporary romance novel that narrates the story through two different perspectives. Last Comes Love and the story after it will be the only stories (that I know of so far) told from a third person perspective since the format called for it. These books will act like a link for the books that proceed it. So far, most of the names mentioned in Last Comes Love will show up in my Love is Cure series along with stories in my Forbidden series. As I mentioned in a previous post, the Love is Cure series and Forbidden series will connect at some point. For instance, with Joi’s story from the Forbidden series, her friend will appear in the GREED story from my Love is Cure series. It will all make sense once complete.

Anyway, back to this world building…

While working on Last Comes Love, Forbidden, and Love is Cure, I created a few settings in detail that will appear in a few books moving forward including a fictional basketball team (two actually!) along with a magazine, a university, a restaurant, and bar & lounge. It’s been a lot of fun breathing life into these fictional settings and because I’m me, I went ahead and created logos and a mag cover for a few of them.

Let’s explore a few, shall we?


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Psst… Check Out My New Logo!

This year so far has been a year of growth that has been immeasurable. I’ve dared myself to move more toward challenges instead of moving away from them, poured more of my energy into creative writing, and I’ve spent less time freelance copywriting which was originally a scary idea. I honestly never saw anything past publishing my first story, No Fraternizing, Pt. 1, and it only became a part 1 when I decided to continue to give this self-publishing thing a real try. And I’m glad I did because here I am today, invested and inspired to keep going.

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What I’m Working On: Book 2 Of The ‘Love Is Cure Vol. 1 – Vices & Virtues’ Series

I have wanted to do a series for the longest but I couldn’t come up with a theme. When the idea to work my version of the seven deadly sins hit and I let it marinate so that it became an idea I could be excited about, I ran with it. Like I explained in a previous post, the first book from the Love is Cure Vol. 1 – Vices & Virtues series, PRIDE, is complete and it is soooo good, but listen I’m bias lol. I love all of my books once I’m done with the first draft. The first time I pore over the first draft and self-edit it, now that’s a whole different story. But the love returns after it has gone through a few rounds of editing.

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New Series, ‘Love Is Cure Vol. 1 – Vices & Virtues’, By Brookelyn Mosley Coming In 2020!

I can’t keep this to myself any longer. First, let me just say this series has been at least two years in the making. I spent time reworking it off and on, researched until my eyes crossed, misplaced pages then found them. I typed several outlines on my old computer, outlines lost after my laptop experienced water damage winter 2018. Inspiration has hit then went away only to come back again and be overshadowed by a clearer more exciting idea at the time. But I actually sat my ass in a chair this time, mapped out all the stories, and have already dived in.

This. Is. Happening!

So what is this series?

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Bookversaries! They Call Me Mello, No Fraternizing, Pt. 2 & Love, Hate & Revenge, Pt. 3

It seems I got a lot of love for August 1st lol. I have three books to celebrate bookversaries! When I was working on my calendar last month and realized that I released not one but three books on the same date just years apart, I had to laugh. They Call Me Mello’s release was intentional. I liked the mirror effect of the dates 8/1/18. But NF2 and NF3 were purely coincidental… or was it? I find it cosmic that NF2, the book where Mello first makes an appearance was released on 8/1 like his book. I didn’t even plan that. Anyway, Happy Birthday book babies! They grow so fast! Have you read any of them?

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What To Expect – ‘Forbidden Series’

After completing the final story for my Forbidden anthology, which was a last-minute addition (“Divinely Illicit” – Mello’s story), I knew I would continue all the stories. But I wanted to pose the question to readers, give you the option of choosing the story you wanted to see continued. Many have asked for continuations for all the stories, so that is what I intend to do.

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What Would A G-Rated Story, By Me, Read Like?

Let’s try something a little different, shall we??

I wrote my first sex scene by accident. It was in college, sophomore year. My characters… they just wanted to do a little more than just kiss that night. So, I went with the flow, let them do their thing and what resulted was something hot! And it was love at first type.

In high school, when I wasn’t acting a fool with friends, I spent a lot of my time writing short stories in a black and white composition notebook. I didn’t consider them to be short stories. They didn’t follow the typical format of a short story but they weren’t diaries either. To me, I was writing what I saw in my mind.

The stories were always cutesy little boy meets girl type tales but the urban version with comedic vibes. I liked the quirky flawed girl storylines, a lot.  The highlight for me were the kissing scenes with the guys who she would consider way out of her league. I used to write the hell out of a kissing scene! Around that time, I read a few books by romance authors but my genre of choice was suspense, thrillers.

Edgar Allen Poe’s shorts were my thing. When I wasn’t reading his stuff, I was sneaking peeks at Zane’s anthologies. I am in love with erotic fiction but I got a thing for suspense, it’s like my side boo… even till this day… especially in movies. I add a little suspense in my erotic fiction but it’s subtle and appears in the form of twists most of the time. In fact, in my subscriber only story I’m releasing in a few days (you can read about that drama surrounding that here if you care to), there’s some suspense weaved into the storyline.

About two years ago, I participated in a short story contest. Submitting my story created a domino effect for me, resulting in me challenging myself every month since then to write a short story off the top of my head. It’s a challenge because I’m all about planning out my stories and creating outlines before typing a single word.

For the contest, writers were asked to write a short story, under 900 words, using a prompt and the story had to be written fresh with little errors… in one day. I was so stressed that day and almost didn’t submit what I’d written. I’ve participated in this contest at least three times, always feeling like I should just give up midway.

But I did, submit, and that time I won, placing first under another pen name… and I’m posting that story here today.

They loved it… but can I keep your attention when there’s 0% intimacy involved? Let me know!


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#MrandMrsJonesNovella: What To Expect From ‘Mr. & Mrs. Jones’

My next release, Mr. & Mrs. Jones, drops in 30 days which means it’s time to divulge a little information.

The writing process for this book was one of the most enjoyable processes I’ve ever experienced since I began my journey as an urban erotic romance writer. Life was still happening outside of my computer. I won’t lie and make it appear as if everything was easy.

But writing a love story starring two of my favorite characters… yeah, I had fun.

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#NewRelease: ‘Forbidden: An Anthology’ Is Now Available On Amazon!

Your new guilty pleasure is now LIVE on Amazon and FREE with Kindle Unlimited! Every time I release a book, I feel a rush of excitement and nerves. It’s like a cocktail of anxiety. This is one book I had to step out of my comfort zone to write and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it!

Check out the synopsis and click the link to read a sample and download your copy today. Happy Halloween ?.


12 characters. 5 short stories. 1 book

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The Making of ‘Forbidden: An Anthology’

In two weeks I’ll release my 12th self-published book on Amazon. Well, technically, it’s my 5th actual book since most of what I self-publish are short stories but I digress. The book is Forbidden, and it was one of my most challenging books I’ve worked on. The process was tedious but I’m ecstatic with what I’ve created. Months of research and creating character profiles has resulted in well-told stories that offers the one thing I search for in books, the perfect escape. So, since we’re inching closer to Halloween, the release day for my Forbidden Anthology, I’m ready to talk about the creative process behind it.

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#MakingMrAndMrsJones: Tips & Tools I’m Using To Get To ‘The End’

It’s that time again! I’ve started writing a new novella, and this is just not any ol’ novella. It’s a book where I’m writing about two of my favorite characters… Melodee and Amir. I fell in love with these two during the planning and writing process. Now, I love all my characters as I’ve said before but there’s something about the evolution of Amir and Melodee’s love that I admire the most. So, after two months of outlining, researching, blah, blah, blah… I’ve started writing it and I’m more than halfway through it.

When I first wrote this blog post, it was during the outlining phase of the story. Since then, I’m close to finish… yesss! The words have been flowing these past few days and I’ve been surprising myself at how far I’m getting with this work. And trust me, I’m not breezing through it. I’ve been taking my slow ass time. This is what’s baffling. So, I wanted to share what I’m doing hoping it can help another writer who may need tips on getting to their “end.”

Via social media like Facebook and Instagram, if you’re following me, you’ve noticed the hashtag I’ve got going, #MakingMrAndMrsJones. I wanted to try something new and to bring you guys along for the ride of creating this novella. A behind-the-scenes glimpse at what’s happening. This will also help keep me motivated and held accountable to finish this baby of mine.

For the readers, I think it will be fun for you to see a book come to life and evolve from nothing into something. And for my fellow writers, you’ll find the BTS (behind-the scenes) stuff resourceful… or at least that’s what I hope.

So, how am I doing it?

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5 things to expect from a story when you see the name Brookelyn Mosley on its cover

As I begin work on a new novella, I’m thinking about my “brand.” You hear that a lot as an author (or anyone really) offering a product or service.

As an author, I’m a small business owner. I’m in the business of words. My products are my stories and novellas. Your reviews are my testimonials. And my business location is in your mind.

So, when I think of my “brand” and what I want people to think of when they hear or read my name, 5 things come to mind:

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#NewRelease: Girl Code Available Now On Amazon! And FREE with Kindle Unlimited!

My new release is here! I’m so excited to announce that my new novella, Girl Code, is available now on Amazon, FREE with Kindle Unlimited.

Brainstorming this story was a lot of fun  and it was even more enjoyable penning the story. My favorite kind of stories to read and write about center around friends turned lovers. There’s just something about witnessing the evolution of a friendship transitioning from platonic to romantic *swoon*.

And that’s what you’ll get from my newest novella, Girl Code.

Check out the synopsis…

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#NoFraternizingSeries: Guess What’s Coming In 2017?

The Tables Will Turn, And A Shocking Secret Will Be Revealed


As the cover suggests, this one is all about Lila and the choices she’ll have to make starting in Chapter 1.

With each novella in this series, my goal has been to bring you, the reader, closer to the main character of the story, Lila Moore. This is also evident by the covers, with Lila going from being out of sight to moving closer to the front of the cover for part two.

So I started the series with narration at a distance from a third person’s view, then I gave her the wheel to narrate the story herself in part two. Now in part three, not only is she narrating, she’s bringing you into her mind, sharing her unfiltered internal dialogue as she goes through each life altering experience. Like all my characters, Lila has flaws, but like a boss chick she doesn’t hide it, especially in this final novella.

You’re going to have to read it to see what I mean!

Stay tuned for more news!

#NaNoWriMo2016: The Prep, What I’m Working On, And The Tools I’m Using

Hey loves,

I’m taking part in this year’s Nanowrimo! It’s a month-long event in November where writers are challenged to complete a 50,000 word novel in 30-days. Yes, girls and boys… 30 days. Now for me, I write A LOT, but I usually write novellas. Though I’ll be aiming for 50K, my real goal is just to complete the body of work.


The Prep

To make sure everything runs as smoothly as possible, I’ve planned out EVERYTHING. I wish I was that person who could write by the seat of her pants (off the dome, making it up as I go) but the way my focus is set up… yeah, no. I have an A-Type personality when it comes to my fiction writing. I don’t understand why this personality doesn’t trickle down to other parts of my life, but hey… I get in where I fit in. Because of this need to always have everything in order, I’ve already planned out my novel (or novella, only time will tell) from start to finish. I’ve researched as much as I could, have the links needed for reference, know how the story will end, and I have the cover ready. I’ll post the cover by mid-November.

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