A Pound of Flesh by Sophie Jackson, is the latest in a long line of Twilight fan fiction to be published. Jackson’s reason for creating Twilight fanfic alone makes you want to read this book because, let’s be honest, we are all guilty of creating new scenarios in our head and imagining an entirely different story. I’ve done it with so many of my favourite romance books, albeit with a starring role from yours truly.
Sophie has this to say about dipping her toe into the heady world of Fan Fiction.
“When I finished reading them (the Twilight series) the second time, I knew I needed more. I wanted to learn more about the characters, to see them in different situations and following different storylines. That’s when I happened upon FanFiction.net.
The talent in the fanfiction world is truly incredible, and I spent weeks falling down the ‘Twifiction’ rabbit hole, while falling more in love with the idea of writing my own. I was inspired.
I’m a hopeless romantic and a sucker for a love story, which is what I decided to write.”
A Pound of Flesh is part of a series and I can’t wait to read them!
A Pound of Flesh Series : Book 1
by Sophie Jackson
The first in a compelling, emotional and sexy series about the ultimate forbidden romance…
Lose your heart to your new bad boy book boyfriend. Wes Carter – sexy, edgy, behind bars, with emotional scars as permanent as the ink on his skin, just waiting to be healed by love…
Fans of Samantha Young, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Jamie McGuire, Katy Evans and Prison Break will find this powerful love story utterly addictive and unforgettable.
Can true love heal the deepest scars?
Wes Carter: Dangerous, brooding and behind bars, Carter’s more…
About the Author
Sophie Jackson is an English teacher from Chorley. Although she read and wrote furiously as a child, she first started writing as an adult, to scratch the creative itch, for the website FanFiction.net, after reading the Twilight series in 2008. She wrote and posted a number of Twilight fanfics, chapter by chapter, and built up an impressive readership.