I have compiled a list of questions I get a lot, and since this creation isn't useful for more than my explanation I decided to do the FAQ. So here we go, if you have any other questions about me, or my books feel free to ask.
Why do you have the characters kiss/date/whatever so fast?
Because I can, and love is spontaneous. One day you could not even notice someone and the next day you can't stand to be away from that person. It can also, oftentimes, say something about the character that would have likely not been touched on.
Will *insert title* have a sequel?
The simple answer is no.
The closest I will get to writing a sequel is a spin off or prequel for other characters in the book, and I only tend to do that when I want to explore the character more, hence why Isaiah and Celeste seem to be in a lot of books.
Are you a girl or a boy?
I'm a female.
How old are you?
As of 2020, I am 22.
Can I translate *insert book name*?
No, I'm sorry, I do not allow translations.
Will you post *insert story name here* back on Wattpad?
As some of you may know if you've been here for a while, I have removed 2 stories from my profile; Brothers and Severing The Velvet which was just a collection of one shots. I do not plan to ever put them back up. I have my reasons and please respect them.
In conjunction with the above question: can I have a copy of the removed story to read?
No, just like translations, I would not feel comfortable handing over a story I put so much work into, to anyone, to put it bluntly, I don't trust anyone but myself with my works.
~Warning, the next question is a spoiler to Take Me Away. If you want to read that book but don't want to know the end, don't read this next question.~
Did Ares die? Why did you kill him off? How could you? Can you write an epilogue/sequel?
1. I left the ending open to interpretation, in other words it's a terrible cliffhanger and I did it because I can and wanted to. As to the actual question, it depends on you. Think of it as one of those choose your own story type endings. You choose whether or not he's alive. Yes, I understand it frustrates literally every one of you who read it, but that's kind of fun.
2. I didn't kill him off, I simply alluded to the fact that he is dead. That doesn't mean he is but that wasn't where I was going with this. I did it because I wanted a killer (hehe) cliffhanger. But also because I wanted people to understand that the illness Ares has is unpredictable, and even with medication it doesn't mean the symptoms are all gone. Ares is weak, especially for Mason, real or fake. It's also a reminder to anyone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts that your actions have consequences. If Ares died that day, he would be leaving his partner alone, a man who already has suffered enough; he would be leaving his brother who had his own partner die, the death of his brother would leave him unable to function, he would shut down and kill himself wasting away. He would be leaving his best friend, Isaiah, who is already surrounded by death and violence; if Ares died Isaiah would lose yet another piece of humanity and turn him into a cold-hearted murderer.
Let me ask you a question, who would you leave behind if you killed yourself? Your parents, your boyfriend/girlfriend, pets, family, and friends. You would be subjecting all of them to something they shouldn't have to deal with. Suicide is a real problem, it's one of the top 10 leading causes of death. And although it may seem like the most viable option, it just isn't. Even if you don't have a family or friends, someone would be crushed if you killed yourself. It's just a permanent solution to a temporary issue. Yeah, I said that. Don't kill yourselves, work through it and even if it doesn't seem like it, it will make you stronger. Ha! When did I turn into a writing PSA? Just don't do it, if you need someone to talk to, talk to me. Hell, I won't be much of a help but trust me, talking about it is nice.
4. How could you? Will you write an epilogue/sequel?
I did it because I can, and because of what I said above.
No, I will not write an epilogue, nor will I write a sequel. And no, I'm not giving a good explanation as to why because I'm not getting into that. If I tried to explain everything, this FAQ would turn into a ten page report as to why I wrote the book the way I did and why I refuse to write about the aftermath.
These are the questions I get often, I don't remember anymore at this moment but if I notice others I will add them. Also, feel free to post any questions you have. I will do my best to answer any you have. Thank you for reading.