I want to hear your experiences with writing series. Love 'em? Hate 'em? I have written one stand-alone New Adult sports romance and one romantic suspense trilogy. I'm considering turning my upcoming NA volleyball romance Blocked into a series. So I have some writerly questions for you, in my deliberations. Feel free to answer none, one, or more! 1. Do you prefer to read stand-alone novels or series? Why? 2. Have you ever written a series (or plan to write one)? If so, when in the process did you realize you wanted to write a series? 3. If you like series, do you prefer the same characters as protagonists or new main characters featuring "spin-offs" in subsequent novels? 4. How do you decide to write a stand-alone or a series? 5. How many books are ideal for a series? When does a series get too long for you? THANK YOU! Write on, my friends.
Hi, I'm Jen, psychologist/author (psycho author) in Columbus, Ohio. I write sports romance and romantic suspense with a psychological twist. My latest release is sports romance SPIKED (Blocked #3). I love laughing, swimming, and volleyball.