We all know the stereotypical omegaverse alpha character: growly, possessive, jealous, and so on. Do all alphas have to be like that though?
It's no secret that m/m romance is popular, especial with cishet women. But a lot of what cishet women write isn't ... actually ... gay.
Romance novels are the industry heavy-hitter, but everywhere we turn, they get slagged on. What's up with that?
On the surface, a culture that promotes innocence seems pretty harmless. Underneath, purity culture is much more sinister.
Looking back on 2021, I wish I had a crystal ball. Of course, I don't. Looking ahead to 2022, all I can do is plan and hope for the best.
Sex work is considered pretty bad in our society, but not everyone has viewed it that way. Modern arguments against it tend not to hold water, and most of the problems don't originate in the profession itself, but with how society treats it.
Even if we don't see it on the page, faith provides a powerful motivator for the ethos of Boardroom Omega--and particularly for Jake Cohen.
Mpreg isn't always a genre that considers abortion. But we need to be cautious about the subtle messages we could be imparting in our works.
For years, Valentin avoided the fox demon Renard. Now, he returns home, intent on fulfilling his destiny as an omega. Read a sample of "The Fox Returns" now!
When I set out to write a billionaire romance with Boardroom Omega, I had a few goals in mind. One was that I wanted to end the novel with this obscenely wealthy person, to some degree, changing their ways and using that wealth to contribute to society instead of being a parasite. The other goal was to showcase how utterly insane—and I do not use that term lightly—the existence of a billionaire...