Rather than post an excerpt on Saturday this week I am going to post Kevin's free story. Which, of course, means I need to have it done by then.
Next week's excerpt (April 3) will be from my next release, Still the One (and then of course there will be a giveaway after that).
Last call to send me any questions you have for Ashtyn as I intend to emal them to him before the end of the month. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with anything you want me to ask.
Now, I have a question. It relates to direct sequels rather than related books like the Only series.
If you as a reader like a certain couple who had a happy ever after, would you continue to want to see more of them in sequels? Or would that be enough? And if you wanted sequels would the length bother you? If the only sequel to your beloved couple would be short, say even less than 10,000 words, would you still want to read it or would that be unsatisifying? Am I rambling? Probably.
I guess what prompted this was a recent comment I saw on a sequel where the person mentioned they had been looking forward to it but it was too short and that left them unsatisfied, so I'm wondering if the sequel should have never been written if it didn't add anything to the couple's story.
So answer if you want or if I am even making sense. It's quite possible I am not.
Anyway, look for the free story (speaking of beloved couples) on Saturday.