I’ve gotten a few questions around the Training to Love It series of books, through Twitter and email, so I figured I’d consolidate them into one post, and add a few new things. But please, if you’ve got more questions, leave them in the comments and I will do my best to answer.
Also, if you haven’t done so, it’s available for preorder now on Amazon, with a release on September 30.
How many books are in this series, and will there be cliffhangers?
Training to Love It follows the adventures of Tom and Erin Smith over three books. However, this isn’t one long story arc broken into three parts. While each book is designed to be read together and many of the events bleed into one another, they each have their own story to tell.
What are the release dates?
Book 1 will be out on September 30 (and is available now for pre-order on Amazon). I’m planning to release Book 2 on October 31, but please don’t hold me to that. I’m working as hard as I can, but don’t want to give you a book that’s not up to your standards. That said, I’m making some last minute edits to Book 2 as I write this, so I should be on track.
Is this your take on female-led hotwifing?
Not exactly. This series pre-dates the “female-led hotwife” thread by over a year. If anything, this is more of my exploration into what a “Kenny Wright” cuckold story could be. Please note that this isn’t a “hard” cuckold story. There aren’t creampies or outright humiliation. But if there’s a spectrum between “hotwife” and “cuckold” (which I firmly believe that there is), then this book is the closest I’ve written yet in the “cuckold” direction.
What does this series have to do with the Forbidden series?
One of the central characters in Training to Love It is AJ, from Nothing Forbidden. He’s a guy we love to hate. Several years have passed since his time with Katie Callahan, and he’s grown a little (emphasis on little). And this time, we see him through the eyes of the husband, rather than wife.
What about Katie and Max? Any appearances?
I want to set expectations here. Not in Book 1, for sure. I don’t want to force them into the story, but if they fit, they fit.
You mentioned cuckoldry. Is this a “Kenny Wright” book?
The problem about defining genres and subgenres is that it limits the scope in which we can write. I know that I touch on a small subset of themes in the vast ocean of erotica. I’m fine with that. I write what I like to read. I write stories that turn me on, and at the end of the day, stories that make me feel something for the characters. Training to Love It is no different. The couple’s relationship is still the heart of this entire tale. With three books, I have more room to stretch, though, and more room to push boundaries.
But yes, the short answer is that I believe it’s a Kenny Wright book. I wrote it, after all. Is it different than, say, Dreaming of Another? Yes, absolutely.
Other than buying your books, what’s the best way to get you to write more?
Leave reviews. Let people know about me. As an indie author, I rely so much on word-of-mouth recommendations, reviews on Amazon (and other book markets), and referrals. But even beyond that, just drop me an email: kennywright.writer (at) gmail.com. I respond to everyone, and love hearing from fans who enjoy the books.