Mpreg Obsession: Tell us about yourself.
Aria: I'm Aria Grace and I've been writing since 2012. I started off with an editing business and eventually decided to give writing a try. It's been a journey ever since. Outside of writing, I live in California with my hubby and 2 teenage boys. We have lots of dogs and cats because I've never met a rescue animal I didn't love.
Mpreg Obsession: What inspired you to write in the Mpreg sub genre?
Aria: I started reading Mpreg a few years ago and really loved it. It took some time but I decided to give writing it a try.
Mpreg Obsession: What inspired you to write this story?
Aria: I love the Vale Valley world and wanted to be a part of it. I was in the middle of writing Omega Worth Keeping and "Crewe" was leaving town for a road trip. I just had to send the single wolf shifter on a detour through Vale Valley.
Mpreg Obsession: What are you planning to write next?
Aria: Next week, Lorelei and I have a book coming out. Omega Served is about Ike, an alpha who owns a craft brewery. He hires an intern who is also a recent hookup and assumes the omega is stalking him. Despite wanting to keep things professional, their connection is strong and they're drawn together. It's a cute story that I'm excited to share.
Mpreg Obsession: What author would you like to co-author with? Why?
Aria: Lorelei M. Hart and I have been writing together for a while and have had so much fun. We have different styles that play off each other well, and the stories I write with her are always so much more interesting than what I would have done on my own.
Mpreg Obsession: Are you a plotter or fly by the seat of your pants kind of writer?
Aria: I've always been a "pantser" but I've recently started to outline just a bit. With co-writing, it does help us keep the story moving if we know in advance what we want to write. But the outlines are usually just a sentence or two per scene and they often change dramatically from the initial outline to the what gets published. But, it's a evolving process that works one way one day and another way the next.
Mpreg Obsession: What advice do you have for aspiring writers?
Aria: Don't wait until it's perfect. It's never perfect. Just start writing. After you get that first manuscript finished, the rest are much easier.
Mpreg Obsession: Does music dictate or help you connect with your characters? If so what kind music?
Aria: I don't have specific playlists while I'm writing but MANY of my books are inspired by song lyrics. I'll often be listening to a song and then I picture it in my head and create a whole storyline from just a sentence or two. Those usually end up being my favorite books.
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