About Dead Boyfriend
I started Dead Boyfriend just for fun, after my other projects just failed to hold my interest. With that in mind, the primary function of this story is to be fun. I'm sure it's riddled with all kind of nitty-gritty errors, especially with commas as I suck massively at those. But that's okay. The purpose of this story is to be fun to write, and to entertain its readers. It was never intended to be a perfectly written narrative.
If you happen to stumble across an error, by all means let me know. I'm enough of a perfectionist not to be mad at you. Some people on the web call people that point out mistakes things like "grammar Nazi." I never will. Promise. I encourage my readers to point out ways the story could be better.
Secondly, this is not a novel. That may seem self-evident, but keep in mind writing for the web is different than writing for print. I have to hold the readers' interest week after week. As such, it is far more important to me that I have an update that is interesting and engaging each week, rather than follow "perfect" novel-like pacing. Plot-lines that might be over within a few chapters in a print novel may very well go on for some time online. Conversely, something you might be used to seeing as an over-arching plot in a book may be nothing more than a side-line spectacle in Dead Boyfriend. Again, perfection is not the objective here.
My third point brings us to the sex and violence. I expect there to be plenty of both. As we start to explore more of the world other than the parts that humanity resides in, the amount of both of these things will likely increase. Keep that in mind.
Vampires are not humans, and I have no interest in writing them as such. That may seem a bit contradictory at the present time, as Ira appears to be pretty mild mannered. I promise that this, too, will change. Everyone acts slightly differently depending on company. Just something to think about.
With those things said, I like very much to please the audience. Nothing makes me happier than the crowd going wild, so to speak. So if you'd like to see less/more of something, feel free to speak up. I won't necessarily write to appease you, but it's good information for an author to have nonetheless.
Now that I've rambled, if you're still interested then please, read on.