I just finished reading the sample for Ante Up and I’m wondering if this is possibly related to another sample that you posted some time ago that I believe was set in Vegas with a character who was called Red possibly. It’s been so long I don’t remember specifically the excerpt just that you didn’t have a release date and said that it was just an excerpt and may not go any further. If it is related to that, I can’t wait to read the rest of it. I follow your vlogs and posts and it seems that you have… Read more »
Thank you so, so much Michelle!
I think you should go wherever the muse takes you. That’s the beauty of indie publishing. I think readers are more forgiving about that sort of thing than the industry. And if you happen to lose a couple of readers on a project that’s not like your norm, consider all of the readers you could gain! The kinds of readers that you mentioned who would love to read Black romantic suspense (or any other subgenre), but there isn’t much of it out there. I personally just love to read books by Black authors about compelling Black characters. It doesn’t matter… Read more »
Absolutely! I don’t think I could stop writing if I tried, but it’s definitely time for something a bit different. Thank you!
Oh darling VV how awful deleting you poor thing!I love that wall.I only have a few so far.I had o2 given to me years ago by my unclke and have them no longer I think one was like the boy fishing (well it rang a bell)I LOVE the gyspy/spanish girl.please will them all to me lol
My proposed solution:offer both the natural language interface AND a direct access to the Mathematica query language, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, always include the fully expanded Mathematica query with the output of every natural language query. Thus, you provide a way for the users to learn how to map their simple natural language queries into bits of more complex queries that they can later compose.
Yo, I don’t care what you write about,I trust your talent..obviously because my thirsty ass all in your blogs like ” what else she got to say”…. Like I don’t care what it’s about I trust that as a reader I will enjoy it. I have total respect for your process and as a fan of your work I’m excited to see where you take everything.
Hello, Christina! Love, love your books. Thank you for many hours of just fun filled, warm and funny and all around entertaining reading. I am a die hard romance genre fan. I can always rely on you, Love Belvin, D. Camille, VivianRose Lee, just to name a few, to give me a great read! Continued success and blessings, from a true fan.
Thank you so, so much Vikki!