Marc Nobbs – Intelligent Passionate Captivating

Marc Nobbs – Intelligent. Passionate. Captivating.

Marc Nobbs is one of the few men successfully writing and publishing Erotic Romance. As a proud and passionate Brit, Marc’s novels and short stories all have that unique British flavour at their core, as well as something else almost unique in the genre – a male point of view.

Marc’s erotic romance novels have heart, soul, passion and intelligence. Captivating plots, fascinating, complex characters and steamy, graphic sex scenes combine to give the reader and experience they will remember for a long time.

Marc pays no attention to the ‘rules’ of Romantic fiction. He offers something different. A refreshing change from the norm. His characters are ‘real’. Strong independent women and hard-working, honest, noble men. And his plots have intelligence and passion in spades.Gritty, down to earth slices of British live mixed with that element of sexual fantasy and escapism that we all love.

 

Prepare to cry, to laugh and to be swept along on a torrent of emotion that you’d never would have expected from this happily married father of two–all interlaced with steamy love scenes that will set your insides on fire.

Experience the highs and the lows of his captivating plots as his novels take you on winding journey towards the most breathtaking climaxes – in every sense of the word.

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To Sequel or Not To Sequel

Right now, The Lies We Lead is around the 60,000 word mark, putting it firmly in the “Novel” category, although if I were to wrap up the first draft in, say, 10,000 words, it would make it the shortest novel I’ve written in a few years.

Kissed by a Rose, Eternally & Evermore and A Good Man were all around 90,000, whereas A Tortured Soul was 120,000 words.

But, as seems to have been the case with this book ever since I set out to write a short story of less than 10,000 words, the story has grown and a new aspect seems to be emerging to it. And if I follow this emerging plot line through I could well end up with the longest book I’ve written in recent years.

And it would be a book where the second half is a different animal to the first half.

The first half—that is, what I’ve written so far—is primarily about secrets, lies, more secrets and then all those secrets finally coming out. The second half would be much more focused on the perils my core group of characters face as they forge ahead with their new careers, and in particular the challenge they have set themselves.

Which made me think. Isn’t the second half of this story actually a second book? A sequel?

The more I consider it, the more I think that is what I’m going to do with this story and these characters. Not only does it let me move away from the theme and tone of the first book into something different with the same characters, but it will also give me the scope to introduce new characters just for the second book.

This is something I did with A Good Man / A Tortured Soul. The tone of the two books was markedly different, and the second book had a much larger ‘cast list’ than the core group of the first book.

Of course, the other advantage of this approach is that it allows me to release the first book sooner—The Lies We Lead can be ‘out there’ for everyone to enjoy while I’m busy working on the second book, which at this point I think may even have a title for—The Truths We Live.

What do you all think of this idea? Do you prefer books that wrap up the story in one hit, or do you like to see sequels (or even multiple sequels?). Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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