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A Wager for the Widow cover reveal and excerpt

I’m excited to reveal the cover for my July release, A Wager for the Widow.  Although I’d been not-too-secretly hoping for my gorgeous hero Will (looking like a cross between Alexander Skasgard and Chris Hemsworth) I’m really pleased with the result. The model’s shade of hair is exactly right for my feisty widow Eleanor.  It’s aContinue reading “A Wager for the Widow cover reveal and excerpt”

A visit and a video

When I signed my second contract my editor Julia invited me to visit the Harlequin office and go out for lunch which I was really looking forward to (despite being a gibbering wreck about meeting real people).  I’ll freely own up to being ridiculously nervous about being unmasked as a complete fraud in front ofContinue reading “A visit and a video”

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Yesterday I was gloomy owing to my day job. Today I’m not so I want to share the title for my next book. It’s the story of Eleanor and Will and is called A Wager for the Widow which I think has a great alliterative ring to it. It comes out in July (just inContinue reading “Title reveal!”

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One of the best things about this writing business is getting boxes of books through the post. Who doesn’t like getting parcels, and filled with books. What could be better. Oh yes, getting a parcel filled with books with my name on them! These turned up today completely out of the blue which makes itContinue reading “I’ve got mail”

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A very short post because it’s been a long week. In my other job I’ve had a lesson observation and am in the throes of rehearsals for the Christmas play (insert all the traditional cliches about 5 year olds in Nativities- they’re all true). On my non-school days (I hesitate to call them days off)Continue reading “Celebrating”

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”

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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”

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