Among the thorny topics facing our heroines in this episode, the one that was right in my wheelhouse was "BDSM scenes gone wrong."
Melissa Blue’s writing career started on a typewriter one month after her son was
born. This would have been an idyllic situation for a writer if it had been 1985, not
2004. She penned that first contemporary romance, upgraded to a computer and
hasn’t looked back since. Her published works include the Under The Kilt and Dirty
Sexy Geeks series, among many others. Outside of writing, Blue is a mother of two
rambunctious children. She lives in California where the wine is good and, despite
popular belief, is not always sunny. TheMelissaBlue.com. @mel_thegreat.
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This is the 6th episode in the first season of Geek, Actually, a 13-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode written by Cecilia Tan.
If you’ve never rage-quit a game, then you don’t know what it means to be alive.
Writing this episode there were three moments where I suddenly connected to a character in my gut when I didn't necessarily expect to. Those are the moments I live for as a writer.
I’m a romance writer first and foremost. I live for situations like this—meeting someone who just might change your life.
This is the 3rd episode in the first season of Geek, Actually, a 13-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode written by Melissa Blue.
I love the title for episode two because there’s more than one invisible woman.
Now, the moment of truth. We launch… and hope that this fun, crazy, important, sexy, silly, representative thing that we’ve spent over a year getting to the page is received the way we dreamed it would be, by people who get it, and get us.
In honor of International Women's Day we wanted to share that our next serial will be all about friendship, feminism, and fandom!