I always loved writing stories during school, but I never imagined making a career out of it. I didn’t start writing seriously until I was in my late 20s.
Depends on the series. I had three books planned for Fake Boyfriend which turned into five books. The plot and plan changed so much that originally I had paired a main character from book five with a main character from book three, but after learning more about each of them, I realized they wouldn’t have made a good couple.
I have a YA werewolf story that is sitting completed and edited on my computer. It will never see the light of day.
Usually, my selection process is very detailed and long. It consists of only one requirement: Hot men.
I usually get hit with plot bunnies out of nowhere. It can be triggered by the most mundane things.
Favorite couple? That’s so hard to choose! The one couple I relate mostly to is Brody and Anders from Unspoken Vow.
Depends on the book. I’ve written drafts in as little as 2 weeks to my longest which has been 2 years. On average, I usually take about two months to draft a book with cooperative characters.
Romance. Doesn’t matter which pairings or sexual orientation. I just crave that HEA.
I would love to see any of my books on the big screen, but I think the series that would be awesome to see is my upcoming Mike Bravo books. They’re about an ex-military black ops team and has a lot of action scenes.
Eden Finley is an Australian author who’s made up of coffee and snark. She’s been published for six years and strives to give all her readers the HEA her characters deserve.