Love letter to my readers,
I’ve been publishing since early 2004. I’ve been writing even longer than that. In 2004 I started publishing books in the following areas/genres:
Paranormal romance with just about every sub-genre
Sci-fi romance with just about every sub-genre
Futuristic romance with just about every sub-genre
Fantasy romance with just about every sub-genre
And even one that qualified as a historical
Included in these have been:
Shifter /Non-Shifter special ops (DNA manipulation, genetic engineering)
Gods and goddesses
Shifters: wolf, cat, bear, rat, bird, horse, dragon, gator, gorilla, duckbilled platypus, shark, omnimorpheleon (I invented them), kraken, dolphin, and even more! Pretty much if you can dream it shifting, I’ve written about it shifting. LOL
Hell most of these books/genres/sub-genre books started releasing back in 2004 even. I was on a writing high and released so many books/genres then that I didn’t think about branding or over saturating my name or anything of the sort. I just wrote whatever came to mind.
Much to my shock and delight, you bought it all. You didn’t tell me to stop.
So thank you, readers, for taking this wild ride with me. Thank you to those who have embraced my blending of genres, my pioneering of new frontiers, and taking things that shouldn’t be put together and making a romance book from it.
Thank you for never judging me, for always trusting me to deliver a great story, and for spending your hard-earned cash on me. Y’all kick major ass!
NY Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Mandy M. Roth is a self-proclaimed Goonie, loves 80s music and movies and wishes leg warmers would come back into fashion. She also thinks the movie The Breakfast Club should be mandatory viewing for…okay, everyone. When she’s not dancing around her office to the sounds of the 80s, she’s busy writing sexy paranormal operatives. Mandy lives in Oxford, Mississippi with her husband and three boys. She has sold well over 1 million ebooks. Mandy has published with Harlequin, Random House/ Virgin Books, and has had a wildly successful indie career in addition to publishing with more than one small press.