Back in the days before authors began publishing Mpreg novellas and novels on Amazon, the wider internet was the place to go for Mpreg stories.
As a romance subgenre that arose, in part, from fanfiction (especially slash fiction), it wasn’t until recently that Mpreg became mainstream enough to show up in online bookstores. Now, though, you can find Mpreg not only in fanfiction sites—and in forums on its own sites, like http://mpregcentral.net —but also in virtually every bookstore that sells ebooks.
In my last blog post, I discussed why Mpreg matters as part of developing a culture that accepts masculine emotion and gentleness.
That significance is, I think, why Mpreg needs to be even more available—readers need to be able to find Mpreg stories on websites, in bookstores, and in reading apps.
That’s why I’ve recently started taking my Mpreg fiction wide—each book will be available in KU for several months, and then it’ll be available in other formats. And as part of that move, I’ve started putting my Mpreg books up on the Radish Fiction app. You can download the app for free and start reading immediately!
So far, I’ve started loading Mated by the Mountain Lion and Alpha Hunter onto the Radish Fiction app—and both of those stories are getting makeovers so we can spend more time with the omegas while they’re pregnant and with the babies after they’re born! And I’m delighted to see that other authors are doing the same—we’re working to make Mpreg mainstream!
So tell me in the comments: What is your favorite kind of Mpreg? What platform do you use to read most of your Mpreg stories?
Coyote Starr is the pseudonym of a New York Times bestselling author whose love of M/M and Mpreg stories couldn’t be contained by just one pen-name.