I hope to answer many commonly asked questions on this page in an effort to respond to many of your inquiries quicker since I’ve fallen behind on replying individually to everyone. I will be adding more questions as they come up.


Where have the Vamp Chronicles disappeared to? I can’t find them at any outlet.
The Vamp Chronicles was signed to a major publisher, however, I obtained the rights back to them at the end of 2017. They are being thoroughly edited, revised, re-written and expanded, with brand new content. It is the same story but with a better voice and better writing that showcases my growth as an author. I will be announcing release dates soon.

When will the Vamp Chronicles be re-released?
Unfortunately, I don’t have an exact set of dates to provide y’all with yet, and I refuse to provide a date until the work is done.

How many books in total do you plan to write in the Vamp Chronicles Series?
Seven, as of right now.

Will there be a spin-off or continuation of the series beyond that?
I’ll never say never, but at this point, I have no plans for one.

Will Lexi end up with Kellan or Kai? Do you have a preference?
My characters are an extension of me. They’re like family, and I love them all. I think both men compliment Lexi in some way and vice versa. For that reason, I don’t have a preference.

Are they going to make a Vamp Chronicles movie or TV show?
I think many authors write with the aspiration that their books will someday come to life in a visual format. As of right now, Hollywood hasn’t called. If the opportunity presented itself, then I would certainly consider it, but for now, I’m focused on (re)writing the series. I’ll be sure to let you know if anything comes along though.

When will the final book be released?
The short answer is, I’m not sure. I’m focused on the early parts of the series at the moment, however things outside of writing determine the speed at which I’m permitted to get it done at.

Why does iTunes take longer to release your titles?
All of my books are uploaded to iTunes/iBookstore the same day as Amazon, B&N, and the others but quality assurance and processing time varies with each e-store. Apple is literally the golden apple though. They close for the holidays, have very strict guidelines and are meticulous about what they make available. Subsequently, it often delays what is uploaded. I do check regularly in my back office with them and post purchase links as soon as they become available.


Will the Future Alphas series be published again?
Yes. This series was signed over to a major publisher, and I obtained the rights back to it at the end of 2017. I am editing and flushing out the first two titles in the series before moving on to write the third title. I will make an announcement when the titles are (re) released.

Do you plan to write more in the Future Alphas series?
Absolutely. I’ve already begun the third title in the series, tentatively titled Fierce and Fabulous.

Will all of your Future Alphas titles feature curvy girls?
At this point in time, yes. I’m not opposed to writing smaller girls, as we do come in all shapes and sizes. I write the characters how I see them in my head though, and thus far, they’ve all been curvy.

Do you plan to write any other young adult series?
I actually have a YA sci-fi trilogy that has been in the works for what feels like an eternity. I will be sharing more information on that once the manuscripts are close to completion.


Do you plan to write a sequel to Allure?
At one point I planned to, but those characters haven’t spoken to me in a while. Unless they do, there will be no sequel.

Do you plan to write a sequel to Curvosity?
Not at this point. If I did, it would focus on Donte finding a mate.

Do you plan to write more One Soldier titles?
No. This series was signed over to a major publisher who has the rights, so it will remain with only the four titles in the series.

Do you plan to write more titles for the Alpha Doms series?
Not currently. The Alpha Doms series is a short-story series, and I have moved into writing longer titles.

Are you planning to release more plus size heroine short stories?
Not currently. At one point, I thoroughly enjoyed writing these, however, I have come to appreciate the depth that can be revealed in a longer title. I’m not opposed to writing one though, should I be inspired.

Are you planning to write more plus size heroine novellas & novels?
Absolutely! Most of my adult books, short to full-length, feature full figured gals. Women of all shapes and sizes deserve to be loved, but it feels like most books these days still cater to what an ideal woman should look like: heroines barely break a size 6 in most of the books I’ve read. Even if I feature a smaller heroine, I always include a plus size woman in my cast somewhere. …I’ll wait while you check.


What is your writing process like?
Honestly, I don’t have one. There are two types of writers in the word: planners and pantsers. In school, they teach you to be a planner. They want outlines, a synopsis, rough drafts and all sorts of other things that drove me crazy because I am a pantser. Basically, I go in with a general idea, however, I allow the characters to write their own story. It doesn’t matter how I think their story should be, they deliver the details that mold the story to what it is. So, in one word, my writing process is chaotic. I write what comes to me, when it comes to me, and scenes are not always in order. I head jump, character jump and book jump many times as well because whoever is talking the loudest gets my attention. It’s not a perfect system, but it has helped me write what you’ve read.

I’m an aspiring writer/author, what advice do you have for me?
Keep writing. It’s the simplest answer and what seems like the simplest thing to do, yet once you get far enough in, you realize the challenge of it.
Writing is emotional, often fueled by our whims, by inspiration and motivation that tends to dwindle over time. I always have at least two books going at the same time. When I lose steam with one, I can switch to the other and keep going. I never work on a title unless I’m feeling fresh and inspired with it because you notice the difference. Force yourself to write something, then write what inspires you and compare the pieces. The flow, the harmony and especially the voice, will be completely opposite most times. It will reflect your voice in the moment, whether tense or passionate, because writing is a part of you; regardless of what you write, it reflects some part of you in those words, even if it is merely the mood of the piece.
So, keep writing; write with a light hand but a heavy heart and you will see the best of yourself.

I’m writing a book. Will you read what I have and give me feedback?
I mean this in the nicest way possible when I say it, but no. First and foremost, you should never give an unpublished, not yet copyrighted piece of work to any stranger. This is for your protection. This is your baby, your child, only leave it temporarily with someone you trust. There is too much piracy already in this world; protect what you can, your writing included.
Secondly, in all honesty, my feedback doesn’t determine the success or failure of your work, but criticism could destroy our relationship as author and reader. I treasure all of my readers and don’t want to lose a single one of you. With that being said, I’m reverting back to my original statement. This is your baby. While you may enjoy another author’s work – Lord knows I have a long list – they are still a stranger to you. Unless you take the time and develop a strong friendship with them in which respect is mutual and personal information is shared, I would advise you not to approach them on this matter. If you are still in school, English teachers/professors make excellent critics for these things. If you want help polishing the piece, contact an independent editor. If you want feedback on the idea, the book, the development of your characters or progression and flow of your story, look into a writers group or network. Romance Writers of America has a nominal fee, regular meetings and a slew of talent to share your story with. It works in this setting because by meeting with these people, you are committing to building a friendship with many of them. And, even if that is not your intent, by attending, you show you are committed to a networking relationship with them at the least.
I wish you the best of luck in your writing adventure! I hope you find the success you seek.

I’m looking to publish my book. Should I go indie or traditional?
In short, no one can tell you which route to take. Publishing is a personal preference. It’s you deciding which route feels best to you. Research the pros and cons of each before committing to either, because they each have their perks and their drawbacks.

I’m publishing a book. Can you give me some advice on the industry?
Be prepared. The publishing industry, being an author within this industry, is like being a part of any business: politics are always present. I do my best to keep to myself. There is little separation between public and private. Everything you say can be analyzed. Everything you do is before the world, whether you realize it or not. So my detailed advice would be to grow thick skin. (There isn’t a single book in the world that no one has disliked at some point.) Keep out of the politics and debates, network often, and focus on what’s important: writing, and those who read your writing.

Have a question that I didn’t cover here?
Feel free to e-mail me: christinlovell@gmail.com

60 thoughts on “FAQs

  1. wish i was lexi~jade says:

    is mel going to run into trouble when she vamps out because of lexi— if so what book willl it be in?

  2. wish i was lexi~jade says:

    oh and can you give us hints why lexi was crying for kellan did he get hurt,dead,or punished for something he didnt do ——> i just wanna know cause im not picking up another book till i read book for / not trying to sound mean or rush you its just im excited and i guess you are too

  3. wish i was lexi~jade says:

    when will you tell who the winner is for the dream person is OR

    *will u make us wait an read who it is.

    * if ur not going to make us wait ~ what date will the awnser be released

  4. Kylie says:

    I can’t wait for the next book in the Vamp Chronicles to come out. I was sooo anxious for the next book that i wrote a book called Vamp Chronicles: The Prophecy Continues (or VC:PC) but that book takes place 4 years after Hit the Road Jack. I sold it to all of my friends and they loved it. I can’t wait until book 4. SOOOOOOOO ANXIOUS.

  5. I love books says:

    Will you write more than 7 books, if everyone would like you too?
    When will you choose the person for the place as a book character?

  6. readisallicando says:

    I love the series its every teeens dream girls anyway I simply want to ask y did you make kia and kellen have a Jacob Edward type relationship. It does fit in well I just wanted to know y

    • christinlovell says:

      It felt natural. It also lends to some other plot sequences that you will see later in the series. Their love for her plays a big role in her life, in the prophecy and much more.

  7. Hope Carter says:

    Hi. I don’t know where else to ask this question, but it bothers me. Some other reviewers on amazon have said the same thing, but could you check into the formatting of “Hit the Road Jack?” Around the time Lexi and Kellan get around to reading the prophecy together (chap 3?) it just… messes up. Chunks of paragraphs are missing and you cant quite tell what’s going on. Somehow, they go to the mall and back in a page. It goes on like that for a while and then straightens itself out, but i really wanted to read the quatrains of the prophecy in specific, and i don’t truly know what all I’ve missed. Other reviewers don’t seem to have a problem, so maybe it’s random in distribution or something; i don’t know. I’m sure for those like me, we’d greatly appreciate it if you could look into it when you have the time (i know, it’s not much!). Thanks a bunch, and keep it up!

  8. Katherine says:

    Are you going to put a Future Alpha section on this page because I have so many questions and I’m sure that once this book has been on the market for a while other people will to?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    • christinlovell says:

      Lexi gets her fair share of reprimanding in the series and goes through her fair share of “karma,” per se. She is hard on herself and recognizes her faults as well. I don’t think she gets away with much.

  9. Katherine says:

    Hey Christin!!!!!!!!
    Hope your writing is going well!!!!!! I had a quick question… Now I know I’m thinking into the future a bit but… Are you even considering writing a new YA series after Vampire Chronicles is over??? I was saddened the other day just thinking about the series coming to an end in less than a year, but then I kind of got excited at the thought of another series being released!!!!!!!! Answer me if you can, I know you’re busy!!!!!!!!!!!

    • christinlovell says:

      I have started writing a new YA series. It will be a trilogy actually. However, it is VERY different from VCs. My writing style takes a 180-degree turn in the new series. It’s heavier and far more into the sci-fi/fantasy genre. For those not as into that, I have the Future Alphas series, and will be introducing a Future Beta series as well 🙂

  10. S. Whitaker says:

    What do you personally imagine Kai (From vamp chronicles) to look like? Not based on something, like when you wrote about him what did he look like to you?

    • christinlovell says:

      The next book will be Vigilante, Mel’s Story. I have two books that I’m working on right now, then that one is up for completion. My fingers are crossed for an April release 🙂

  11. Meg says:

    I love your books I’m reading vamp versus vamp right now (just to let you know) =) I have two questions. 1. How old is Kellan ? 2. Who is truly responsible for Lexi’s parents death? From what it looks like Jack seems responsible and was let off the hook too easy for all of the trouble and damage he caused and yet its as if all he had done never happened and was swept under the carpet and ends up with Gabi….. That was very confusing lol. I’m not sure if it will be revealed later on who is truly responsible or if it was never covered.

    • christinlovell says:

      Kellan is 18. As for Lexi’s parents deaths, it was eluded that a group of rebellers, those who weren’t pleased with the works she was doing in bringing vamps together, killed her mother in retaliation, basically, to send a strong message to her. However, I will say that The Break of Dawn will fill in many gaps in the series. In the end, it will all come together, I promise! 🙂

      • Kathryn says:

        I absolutely love vamp chronicles. I was wondering if you could recommend any books like yours. Im all into twilight and vamp chronicles. I am currently rereading your series i do plan on reading it a third time 🙂 i can not wait for break of dawn to come out. Thank you for writing this series.

  12. Diane orcino says:

    Can you give us an idea on “Cade’s” book of the alpha doms series for a release date or title so I can watch for it?

    • christinlovell says:

      I’m sorry, but, unfortunately, this title has taken me far longer than I expected. It has been far more emotionally draining than any other. There are so many loose ends to tie up, and, in general, it’s difficult to say good-bye to these characters. I promise to announce a solid release date once the book is finished and it passes through my editor. Thanks for your patience.

  13. Briana says:

    I can’t believe I actually like reading now!! I was so bored so deviced to look for books to read & I found the first book to the vamp chronicles & I’ve been hooked ever since! I didn’t know there were more books in the series until 1 week ago & I’ve read all of them in that time period!! I can’t wait until the break of dawn comes out! Do you know when that will be released because I can’t wait !! You’re books have really inspired me & made me find something that I didn’t know about my self.. I love to read!! But I thank you for creating such a wonderful series can’t wait til the break of dawn!

    • christinlovell says:

      And I thank you for reading the series! I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed them, and to have read them in such quick succession…you are definitely a black belt reader! I hope you enjoy the series through the final page 🙂

  14. Emily says:

    Um… Did you take the Vampeen Chronicles off of Amazon and the other websites? I really hope that it just a mistake and your novels will be put back on to buy! Please, don’t listen to the bad comments about your book! I understand that you might be taking awhile writing the last book, but please do not take your books off Amazon and other sites! Don’t let some nay-sayers destroy the series for the rest of the fans!!!!! I love your books!

  15. Ally says:

    Hello! do you suggest that your readers repurchase and re read all the vamp chronicle books again as you publish them?Ive previously read them all but the final one. Will it matter if we reread the new ones or how different are they?

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