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To celebrate, I thought I’d share 8 random facts about Devils Inc.!
1. The inspiration for Devils Inc. came from an article I read!
The article was about a café that added six months community service into their Wi-Fi T&C as a joke! I thought it would be funny if Lucifer did the same!
2. Josie and the Four Horsemen came first!
In Devils Inc., Josie (Rachel’s best friend) gets a job behind the bar of Apocalypse, only to find out that its four devilishly hot co-founders are the actual Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse! BUT, the club, Apocalypse, originally appeared in another book I started writing called ‘The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (and me)!’.
The story didn’t quite work out, and, after about 10k words, I ended up scrapping it. When I started writing Devils Inc., I realized I'd found the perfect new location for Apocalypse and its Devilish co-founders!
3. There is a Cupid’s Match easter egg in Devils Inc.!
Some of you may have noticed that Devils Inc. (Lucifer’s soul trading company) is based in downtown Los Angeles, just like the Cupids Matchmaking Service! Did you also notice that as Crow is driving Rachel to Devils Inc., a bright red Lamborghini races past? This is, of course, Cal’s car!
4. Adalind’s surname is Gardiner!
I think this is quite funny! If you’ve read it, you may appreciate the joke!
5. There is a reason for the Devils Inc. meeting room names!
The meeting rooms in Devils Inc. are seemingly random strings of numbers. The numbers are actually referencing passages in the Bible!
6. Lucifer's elevator features in another of my stories!
My short horror story, The Elevator, is about a girl who is trapped in an elevator that is constantly moving down. I liked the concept of a creepy elevator, so I added one into Devils Inc.! Lucifer arrives in it from Hell!
7. I think that Devils Inc. is better than Cupid’s Match!
Out of all my books, Cupid’s Match gets the most attention. I love them both, but in my opinion, Devils Inc. is a stronger book! Devils Inc. is very similar in terms of tone, pacing, and general silliness to Cupid’s Match, but I wrote it when I was a more experienced writer. I was able to use take all the things I’d learned from Cupid’s Match and all the things I wish I’d done better, and apply them to Devils Inc. when I wrote it!
What do you think? Which do you prefer?
8. Devils Inc. is a Kindle Monthly Deal this month!
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LAUREN PALPHREYMAN is a writer based in London. She is the author of Cupid's Match, Devils Inc., and A Circus of Ink. She writes books full of magic and romance, and her serial fiction has accumulated over 70 million views online. Find her on Instagram @LaurenPalphreyman and on Twitter @LEPalphreyman.
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