Author Archives: Emma
Author Archives: Emma
Here is the link to the first in the trilogy, For His Dark Hunger, where you can read more about our heroine and her mysterious admirer:
I’d love to hear what you think of this series. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.
Just wanted to let everyone know that for a limited time, His Every Desire: The Billionaire’s Contract, Part 1 is free to download on Amazon, Kobo, and iTunes (and hopefully soon on B&N). This was my first ‘breakout’ series that inspired me to pursue writing and it’s also my first series to break the Top 100 in the Erotica section back in September of 2012.
I’ve come a long way since I wrote this series, but it’s still fun to look back on. This was the first series I had written that gained any sort of major traction and it heavily inspired my more recent series, The Billionaire’s Proposal. If you’re looking for a fun read or just want to see how my writing has changed in the past year, feel free to pick up part 1 for free. 🙂
I know that’s it’s been a while since I last posted to this website, but it isn’t because I haven’t been writing. The opposite, in fact. This month should see the completion of three of my latest series, Three, Torn Between, and Taken in the Dark.
Trying to finish up these three series has been quite exciting and I hope you all have enjoyed them thus far. Additionally, I’ve been updating the website to reflect my growing body of work. On the Stories page, you should now find links to most of my works with full descriptions and cover images along with links to all the retailers in which the works are published.
Moving forward, I’m curious as to what your thoughts have been. What series or single stories have you enjoyed in 2013?
Thus far, I have been very fortunate to have an active group of readers of my shorter works. My goal over the coming months is to branch out into longer works, works that will extend well into the novel range of 50,000 plus words instead of the roughly 5,000 word shorts I have primarily written in my year of self-publishing.
With the release of larger works, I’m hoping to attract an even greater amount of new readers who enjoy my style and give them great value for the books I produce. With longer length books, I believe there will also be an increased demand for some of my works to be published physically.
Digital publishing is amazing. It’s what has allowed me to pursue writing as a full-time career. However, I believe offering physical and audio editions of some of my longer length works will offer potential readers a great variety of choice. I know some people prefer the feel of a real book while reading. It’s definitely something to keep in mind as I move forward.
In other news, I have part 4 of The Billionaire’s Proposal coming along shortly. I was hoping to have it published by the weekend, but I decided to wait to ensure that everything was perfect before moving forward. My sincerest thanks go to everyone who has supported me through my works. As an independent author I don’t have the benefit of a large marketing budget or a great publisher fighting for the success of my books. I have only my fans and readers, and you all have been tremendous. Truly spectacular. Thank you so much.