You have questions. I have answers. Welcome to the omegaverse: explained. Your resource for werewolf kink tropes. (Shelby Waltz / Pexels.com) Omegaverse Explained: What Is It Anyway? Omegaverse is essentially a worldbuilding trope used in fiction. Within it, characters have so-called secondary genders (or sexes). People may be designated as alpha, beta, or omega. Omegaverse originated in fandom...
My newest book, Evan and the Alpha, hit Kindles everywhere last month. The story follows a human who ends up being kidnapped by aliens on strange planet.The story was originally written for an anthology called Brute’s Bounty. I rarely play up the “toxic alpha hole” tropes—tropes that are all intimately associated with “brutish” behavior.So, what the heck attracted me to write something that seems...
A lot of romance novels don't seem to realize when they're veering into horror territory. What's the line between horror and romance?
The age gap romance gets more play than anyone gives it credit for. What does it look like when we put supernatural creatures into play too?
Statistics show that there's been a rise in book banning in the last few years. An increase in banned books should have us all on edge.
Readers love the fated mates trope. Yet, if you start digging, the whole notion gets a little bit more sinister than you might expect.
Rare Flower incorporates a fair few fairy myths, although accuracy isn't its concern. What does "real" fairy mythology look like though?
I took a fair bit of inspiration from Greek mythology when I was writing Rare Flower. Here, I explore some of the stories that were melded.
A lot of people do not "get" mpreg, which is fine. But it does bear further exploration: why IS mpreg a thing?
When people first encounter the trope, a lot of them have one question: how does mpreg work anyway? This post goes over the myriad methods.