One month on…

Falling for Her Captor has been out for a month now and I’d like to say a huge than you to everyone who has taken the time to review or let me know what you think if the book. It’s been a busy month with guest blog posts, interviews and trying to keep on topContinue reading “One month on…”

A History of writing in One Object

This is my writing notebook, though it hasn’t always been that. It started life with a much more serious purpose. Not long after starting on my second manuscript I realised I was on a much tighter time frame than first time around and had better try organise myself. There had to be a lot lessContinue reading “A History of writing in One Object”

Casting the roles

Back long before I ever thought I’d get published I made a Facebook page for the book and amused myself by deciding who I would like to play the parts. For a bit of a distraction on a wet, gloomy Sunday afternoon here is the album. Hugh alternates between being Richard Armitage and Tom EllisContinue reading “Casting the roles”

Excerpt Wednesday

Falling for Her Captor has been out for two weeks now and has already received some lovely reviews so I decided I’d celebrate with an excerpt. It was late before the Duke allowed Aline to return to her chamber. In a daze she barely registered the fact that the door was unguarded and unlocked. WalkingContinue reading “Excerpt Wednesday”

Amazon delivery issues and alternative places to buy – a story with a moral!

An update on this post. Apparently Amazon had a slight hitch with the ordering data so didn’t order enough copies (I guess that means Richard Armitage didn’t buy them all up after all). They have now resolved this so should be able to dispatch copies soon. Thank you to everyone who has been patiently waitingContinue reading “Amazon delivery issues and alternative places to buy – a story with a moral!”

Features roundup

I’ve been featured on a few blogs over the past couple of weeks and have finally got round to collating them (now I can breath after publication date has passed). Today I’m on Unusual Historicals. http://unusualhistoricals.blogspot.co.uk There’s a giveaway for readers in the US who leave comments so pop over and have a look andContinue reading “Features roundup”

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