I’m so excited to announce today that I have signed a three-book contract with Choc Lit publishers! I can’t wait to work with these award-winning publishers to bring you my next three novels, and to join the Choc Lit family, which includes fabulous authors such as Lucy Keeling, Kirsty Ferry and Angela Britnell, to name … Continue reading Exciting news!
Now that I’ve finished my fourth novel, I’ve learned a few tricks to make my life easier. As a mum with an overactive toddler and another baby on the way, I’m extremely time poor. I don’t have time to waste, barely a moment to spare, so anything I can do to save time while writing … Continue reading Lessons learned
Being a romance writer, I go all gooey for a gorgeous love poem. Here are some of my favourites! Click on the links in the titles to see the full poem. Byron – She walks in Beauty I’ve always loved a bit of Byron and this is my favourite poem of his. When I was … Continue reading Love poems
It’s hard to believe that I started writing seriously about two years ago. I honestly never thought that I would complete one novel, yet here I am in July 2020, with four completed novels under my belt. It’s been a rollercoaster these past two years. Life has certainly kept me busy! I’ve been through IVF, … Continue reading The unending struggle of finding the time
I recently finished editing my second novel Falling Again (part of my new series) – with the help of fab editor Amanda Horan at Let’s get booked. A friend of mine also kindly proof-read the novel for me. It was a learning curve! Here are the top five things I discovered from the process: Head … Continue reading Lessons on editing
A few days ago, I finished the third draft of my third novel! I love the story, love the characters, and had a blast writing it. I’m so bloody chuffed with it that I feel giddy. But after the high must come the low. Now the book is written, I have to confront my least … Continue reading My least favourite part of writing
I realise I haven't updated the blog in a little while - it's been a busy time! I'm so excited by the things I'm currently working on and can't wait to share them. For the past few months I've been working hard on a series of three standalone contemporary romances, all with characters in the … Continue reading What now?
This was the week I had been waiting for. The week I officially became a published author! Star in the Shadows was published on Wednesday 30th October. Although the book itself is the culmination of about 18 month's of writing, editing and promoting, the dream that was realised by its publication actually came into being … Continue reading A dream come true
What a day! As well as looking after a slightly fractious seven month old, I was also delighted to be part of a book blog blitz, organised by Rachel's Random Resources (who I can't recommend highly enough). Here's who took part and what content they shared about Star in the Shadows. Q&A with me BforbookreviewDonnas … Continue reading Blog blitz round-up
The most obvious way to support an author is to buy their book, but that's not the only thing you can do! I know that lots of my friends and family want to help, but I'm also aware that Star in the Shadows won't be everyone's favourite genre, or that some people will be a … Continue reading Easy ways to help an author