LOVE OVER KPOP by Marilyn Vix and Meet the Author #Books #Vella

It’s the first Vella story I host (that’s not mine, that is), and I love and thank Marilyn for the great explanation of what Vella is, and how it works. because of this, I’ll open the post with that explanation.

What is Vella? A Rundown of the New Platform for Readers

by Marilyn Vix

What is Vella? It’s a new reading platform by Amazon available through their website or the Kindle iOS app. It works very similar to other online serial platforms like Wattpad and Radish, with a coin or token pay system to unlock episodes. Each story has 3 FREE episodes to get the flavor of the story, and then can be unlocked further after purchasing tokens. The tokens can be purchased in different packages, with more given for the more expensive bundles.

Paid episodes are priced by word count. For example, 3500 words in an episode would be 35 tokens. The word limit on Vella per episode is 600 to 5,000 words. So, no episode can be more than 50 tokens or at the very least, 6 tokens. When logging into Amazon’s website or through the iOS app, you can get 200 free tokens to start reading. You can follow stories and like individual episodes. After purchasing your first bundle of tokens, you are awarded a weekly “Fav” which you can bestow on your favorite story you’ve read that week. The likes, favs and follows all help stories become more visible in the system like many other platforms.

The fastest and easiest way to find stories are to follow direct links to them. Each story is assigned an ASIN, but I have found that search abilities on Vella can be hard to isolate. The easiest way to find Vella stories by your favorite author is by doing a search with their author name, a combination of their story title and their author name, or just the story name. Seaching for just Vella doesn’t seem to bring up much yet. But the system is still new, and things are being sorted out daily as the platform gets more use.

LOVE OVER KPOP by Marilyn Vix released September 8th in the Rockstar (Kpop) Romance genre.

Trish Russo has just started a job at an agency in LA that is paired with a Korean agency to help with managing the band, Friends5, in the States. But the finicky Woo In-ho won’t come out of his trailer to film the current music video. Trish is asked, as the new assistant, to talk to him. She tries to talk to him like a regular person. He responds to the normal treatment, but on one condition. She needs to help out and be in the video. What is a girl to do when a gorgeous K-pop Idol asks you to be in his video? Then, she reads the scene she is to appear in. There’s a scripted kiss. Will it all just be acting? Or will she let her feelings get entangled with In-ho threatening her new career?

To find “Love Over Kpop” by Marilyn Vix:

•        Search for Marilyn Vix, Love Over Kpop Marilyn Vix, or Love Over Kpop

•        Use the direct story link (over the synopsis)

•        Pick up your 200 FREE TOKENS!


•        Follow and “Fav” to stay on top of new episodes posted weekly.

Because this book is only available via Vella, no excerpts can be provided.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Marilyn is a paranormal romance novelist. She enjoys the characters that just don’t fit in. From witches to time traveling researchers, she is letting her imagination soar to explore new worlds and write all the details down. Marilyn has traveled to Paris, London, Sydney, and Munich. She loves to include these in her settings as much as can allow. Best of all is letting her reader enjoy them through the perspective of a character. Here love for K-pop has produced her current rock star/K-pop romance project, Love Over Kpop, available on Kindle Vella. She currently lives in Northern California with her husband and cat. The cat, of course, is the center of attention.


Twitter: @MarilynVix



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  1. Thank you for posting about my new Vella story. I’ll be happy to answer any questions and respond to comments about my story, the Vella platform on Amazon, and just talk Kpop in general. My fav bands: SS501, 2PM, Shinee, SuperM, Blackpink, Twice, Red Velvet, and just discovered Boyfriend and 9Muses.

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    • That graphic just embodied what I felt my Kpop idol looked like and the colors of the genre. Upbeat and awesome looking. I’m getting a lot of positive likes for it. It’s good to know I made the right choice. Thank you for commenting.

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