A: A is for Alex - background on the series’ MC Alex Crocker
B: B is for Brothers - background on Alex’s brothers, Levi and Dave Crocker
C: Creating a Creator - explanation of the Creator, Creator’s Day
D: “D” is Daring - background on Darian, Rectinatti Regan
E: Elusive - some background on Ellie Jamison, a new character in Unveiled
F: Feeding Your Soul - explanation of feeding and essence
G: Grounded for a Lifetime (Or Two) - background on Rocky
H: Humor Me - using humor in writing
I: Interview With a Seer - character interview with Alex Crocker
J: Jammin’ - my writing playlists
K: Knowing Can Be the Battle - background on Sage & explanation of Knowers
L: Longevity, Not Immortality - an explanation of one variation from traditional vampire lore
M: Mr. Right - background on Markus
N: What’s in a Name? - how characters’ names were chosen
O: Outtakes & Outlets - an extra chapter from the series
P: Problematic Parents - background on Alex’s parents
Q: Queen of More Than Her Own Castle - background on Sarah
R: Rectinatti - background on the Rectinatti coven
S: Seer of a Different Sort - explanation of Seers
T: Tools of the Trade - the research that goes into writing
U: Unveiled - teaser, trailer, and links to first chapter from book 2 of the series
V: Vengatti - background on the baddies in the books
W: Warriors, or The Appeal of the Alpha Male - an explanation of warriors and why women love them
X: X-rated or Perfectly PG? - writing for adults
Y: Yesteryear - an extra scene of backstory from the series
Z: Zero Hour - wrapping up the challenge and counting down to Unveiled’s release
Most of what has been cut from the books was done so for very good reasons. That said, there are a few scenes that I hated to scrap, even if they were flawed or didn’t fit. Here are a few I think readers of the series might enjoy.
The prologue that wasn’t meant to be.
You can’t send a male to do a female’s job.
From Unveiled: (No major spoilers, but read at your own risk!)
Her gift had become a curse.
“I will not be babysat by my own warriors.”
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