Meet Roger- cover reveal

I love getting covers through. There’s always a slight anxiety that the model or scene won’t resemble anything in the book but so far (Saxon’s black hair aside) I’ve been very pleased with mine. The cover for Redeeming the Rogue Knight was particularly important because it was my first book that was linked to aContinue reading “Meet Roger- cover reveal”

Romance on the Road

‘I’m glad I caught you, Elisabeth.  I’ve got a proposal for you…’ Words to stir anyone’s heart.  In this case not from Tom Hiddleston (I keep hoping) but the librarian at Macclesfield Library where I do my Tuesday morning writing session.  She asked me if I would be interested in taking part in the RomanceContinue reading “Romance on the Road”

Dance the night away.

>An older post updated to include the scene from Redeeming the Rogue Knight.< It’s party season and I’m looking forward to getting out on Friday night for a dance with my colleagues so I thought I’d share some of the scenes from my books involving dancing. I love dancing and don’t get to do itContinue reading “Dance the night away.”

Harlequin hero of the Year

I’m delighted to announce that my Blacksmith hero Hal has made it into the first round of Harlequin Hero of the Year Each week, the top heroes will go head-to-head for your votes to move on to the next round. Voting for the first round is open now with three days to go. Hal is theContinue reading “Harlequin hero of the Year”

Sneak peek

With less than a week to go until the release of The Blacksmith’s Wife I thought I’d share a snippet.  This is the first meeting between Hal and Joanna.  Joanna has talked her way into the tournament grounds, hoping to find Sir Roger, the knight she is in love with. Joanna made her way to the courtyardContinue reading “Sneak peek”

Giveaway time

I received my author copies of The Blacksmith’s Wife so am running a giveaway via Goodreads to win copy. Enter here The giveaway is open to readers in the UK, North America, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Europe (any further afield and the postage kills me). Nearer release date I’ll be doing guest posts onContinue reading “Giveaway time”

Cover Reveal

I’ve received the cover art for The Blacksmith’s Wife and I have to say it’s certainly eye catching! Obviously the big difference between this and my other books is having more than one person and a change of composition.  I love my single ladies on Falling for Her Captor and A Wager for the WidowContinue reading “Cover Reveal”

Belated New Year greetings

Happy New Year.  I feel there should be a statute of limitations (or perhaps a statue of limitations) on saying that.  It’s been a hectic time, as I’m sure it has been for everyone.  My plan to write at least two chapters of m WIP over my Christmas break didn’t go according to plan, thoughContinue reading “Belated New Year greetings”

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