Fate Of Eros
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Date of Publication: March 10, 2013
Number of pages: 100 pages
Word Count: About 30,000
Cover Artist: Calista Taylor
Pandora was created to be the perfect woman. She has the beauty of Aphrodite, the intelligence of Athena, and the gentleness of Hera.
As the first and only woman to exist, Pandora is the center of attention everywhere. Men lust after her, even vow to start wars over her. She's a good girl, so she keeps her distance.
The problem is Prometheus. He's Pandora's box. He's ripped to shreds and killed every day as punishment from Zeus, but he never repents for being a bad boy.
Zeus has warned everyone to stay away from Prometheus, but she's curious. He's handsome and she desires him.
If she opens the box of her desire, it will unleash Prometheus' inner demons.
Should she risking losing everything she cares about for one night of lust?
E.B. Black is the annoying author who lives in the head of a nerdy housewife named Elizabeth. Elizabeth tries to live out her days by walking her dog, spending time with her husband, doing housework, and watching television, but E.B. Black makes her drop everything to type out weird fantasy stories. Elizabeth is asking anyone who read this to please send help.
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Please welcome Pandora’s Mistake author E.B. Black to Diane’s Book Blog.
How long did it take you to write Pandora’s Mistake?
I don’t remember the exact length of time, but it was shorter than most books I write. Partly because it’s a novella, so it only took me about 6 months of writing and editing to complete.
If you were stranded on a desert island which of your characters do you want by your side?
Definitely Bright. He’s a nice person. He wants the best for humanity. He’s also a god that can create anything with just a thought and he can teleport. He’d be able to get me off the island easily.
If you could be best friends with one of your characters, who would it be?
Medusa—she’s a good person and she’s real. She’s been through a lot, yet she’s strong.
How do you overcome writer’s block?
I don’t believe in writer’s block. I just keep writing whenever I need to. Sometimes the words come out terrible when I’m having trouble writing, but it’s easier to edit words than fix a blank page. I just keep writing until the inspiration hits me again.
The more you power through the difficult times, the easier it gets to write. After awhile, you can force your brain to be inspired sometimes. It sounds weird, but it’s true.
What book are you reading now?
I have trouble just reading one book at a time. I read a whole bunch of books at once. Right now, I am reading a Viking Romance, a romance about a porn star, an anthology of romantic werewolf stories (I’m almost done with that one, I’m reading the bonus material now), two erotica novels (one a historical erotica), and a drama about greek gods.
Plus, I just joined Wattpad and started reading some stories on there, too. One is based on greek mythology and the other is science fiction. I read a lot of the same things that I write.
What do you prefer paperback, hardcover, or ebooks?
I love all of them! I don’t read hardcover very much though because I have only a little bit of money for books every month and one hardcover book would take all of it.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
I want to write books that you will enjoy reading, so any feedback—positive or negative is welcome. I have a thick skin and likely can take whatever you have to say.
I read my reviews and I change the way I write because of some of them. Your opinions always matter to me.
Also, don’t be afraid to friend, follow, or chat with me on social media. I love connecting with people.
If you like one of my books, don’t be afraid to send me an e-mail about it. You’ll make my day!
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