4 thoughts on “Lesbian Adventure Club Book 8 Released

  1. Hi, Rosalyn. I just finished book 8. I was excited when you said it was the longest but it didn’t feel longer, I still had to read cover to cover in one sitting.

    If it’s okay, I wanted to ask you something (and try not to spoil it for anyone else in the process)…

    You gave us a really big piece of Kate this time. It explains SO MUCH about her. Stuff that goes all the way back to the beginning. I keep thinking I should have known, I missed something or maybe I just should have wondered more why she is the way she is. Did you know that about her way back at the beginning, or do you add things about them as things come up in the new books?

    And are we ever going to hear the story about how Kate and Claudia met? The whole nerd and the cheerleader thing? I wondered about that before but now I REALLY wonder about it because of what happened to her.

    Anyway, if it’s not okay to ask, I’m sorry. Feel free to delete the message. And thanks! Keep writing!

    • I swear: It’s okay to ask! And as long as I’m not spoiling anything, I’ll do my best to answer.

      To be honest, when I wrote Scavengers, I did not know I was beginning a series. It was actually in the hands of my publisher when I realized I liked the group of them enough to want to find out what happens next. They held off on publishing while I wrote Ledge Walkers, simply a sequel, still not a series. Savages finally cemented it in my head that I was writing a series. That being said… I had rather elaborate character sketches/histories of them all for Scavengers, because I had to make sure each of the ten was distinct. So, a lot of what unravels I knew from the beginning. Some of it, though, I learn about them as I go.

      Yes, there was a big piece of Kate in Book 8, and, yes, I knew that from the beginning. I don’t think you missed anything, though. The military father reference was in Scavengers, but there weren’t clues to big piece that I planted along the way. Kate referred to it as a sore that only bleeds around Christmas time, which is why it came up in the last book, as it should have. She also said it was a “secret a few of them kept,” and she is rather trustworthy with secrets, including her own. You didn’t miss anything; she kept her own secret. The effects of it were there all along, but certainly not clues to what it actually was.

      The Nerd and the Cheerleader… I’ve wondered about that story myself, and this new piece of info does put a heftier spin on it. At this point, I honestly don’t know if/when it will come up, but I do know it’s there. And now I know you’re curiosity is there, as well.

  2. Thanks for answering. She is good at keeping secrets. I think half the fun of the books is trying to figure things out that she won’t admit or doesn’t even see. Especially in Scraps I spent more time yelling at her than I did paying attention to things.

  3. That’s funny, Jamie. I admit I’ve prodded her along a few times. She is a tough mountain to move.

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