August 28, 2013

Welcome Joyee Flynn!

Resistant Omegas 12: Gideon

Trying to move forward from his forced film career, Gideon agrees to visit a pack in the Smoky Mountains mostly to avoid the island vacation he’s not in the mood for. But when the Alpha turns out to be crazy and other dangers pop up all around him, Gideon realizes his mistake… Except it brought him to the pack Betas who he likes.

Naill and Taye have a complicated relationship that sucks up all the energy around it and makes Gideon feel like an afterthought. That’s not the relationship he’s always dreamed of, but after years of abuse and getting noticed for all the wrong reasons, like his yoga moves in bed, it’s better than what he had with his last pack, and he should settle for that, right?

Once united with the Omegas, Gideon discovers the one he gave his heart to already, Ciro Wilson, finally paying him the attention he’s been desperate for. Mixed feelings, signals, and pure stubbornness add to the turmoil, yet things aren’t all they seem to be with the quartet and not even the other Omegas know what is going on.

Can the four of them find out why their emotions are in the way of making a life together, or will Gideon use his extreme control over his powers to make a home for one away from it all?


Q: Tell us about your writing routine.
A: I start off by rereading what I last wrote, get a solid 1500 words in, and handle something from the rest of my life and give my hands a rest. Normally it’s exciting, like dishes, laundry, feeding pup, or whatnot and that’s when I plot what I’m writing next and get back to it for another 1500 words. And I do that all day until I feel comfortable I’ve done the best I can with my characters or until my hands feel ready to fall off.

Q: Do you write with a sense of where big, interconnected series (for instance, The Marius Brothers/Beyond the Marius Brothers/The O’Hagen Way) are going to end up in terms of plot that develops from book to book, or do you just let it flow and see where it goes?
A: Both actually. I have a master plan for the world while adding new and interesting characters while matching up happy couples. There’s also a lot of times where I’m writing and go, “oh, wait, I so have to do it this way and let the chips fall where they may.” Writing is telling a story is always fluid and has to be adaptable.

Q: You’ve killed off some pretty nasty villains in your books. Are there any you wish you could have spared?
A: Nope, but there are some I wish I could kill all over again. Some I feel I let off too easily, but my favorite is still the guy Shea Mayer killed by ripping off his arms and beating him to death with them.

Q: What’s the most memorable sex scene from one of your books? Why?
A: If I’d have to pick it would be from Spencer’s Secret: Wolf Harem #2. For one, I wrote it after a couple of drinks and blushing. It’s four men, several world famous Portillo’s chocolate cakes, and dessert like I’ve never gotten to experience.

Q: You’ve written in a variety of subgenres. Which is your favorite?
A: That’s like picking my favorite family member. Just like any artist, I love all the mediums I use and ways I get to tell a story.

Q: What person, record, and book would you take with you to a desert island?
A: Yeah, I’m so cheating because I can’t pick just one. Jensen Ackles, Jay Ryan, and Ian Somerhalder would all be coming with me. I’m too eclectic of a music lover to pick just one, so my whole iPod would be coming and same with my reading addiction so my Kindle Fire as well.

Q: One of your books is going to be adapted into a film. Which one? And who plays the main characters?
A: Tristan: Resistant Omegas #1 & Chad Michael Murray. I have no idea really. That just popped into my head first. I guess I don’t dream that big.

Q: Obviously you have a ton of fun. What would be your ideal night out?
A: There would be some form of laws broken I’m sure so I don’t ever want to write it all down as evidence.

Q: Your humor is greatly appreciated among your readers. How do you know when the timing is right to add humor to your stories?

A: When things get too sad or real. But if things get too goofy I normally blow something up. A good story is like a roller coaster and if I haven’t made someone feel a range of emotions then I haven’t done my job as an author.


  1. I have loved this series since Tristan...I can't wait to read Gideon :)

  2. Hanging out to read this. Can't wait for it to be released in Epub version. :)


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