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 the only Historical hero in the contest so if you loved the character, the book, or just have a soft spot for Historicals (or blacksmiths) please show your support and vote him through.
Vote for Hal Danby
I’m slowly getting to grips with technology though I should confess that for a long time I thought this was Paul Hollywood from Great British Bake Off.
Clicking on the pic should take you to the contest page where you can vote for Sir Hugh. If you want a reason why he should win check out what readers have said in their Reviews for Falling for Her Captor
Every vote is gratefully received.
Today is the first anniversary of the publication of Falling for Her Captor. It’s been a fabulous year since release. The book has received some amazingly positive reviews. I had a second book released in July, my third is with my editor and I’ve started writing the fourth.
Today was always going to be a celebration of that but it turned out there were multiple reasons.
I found out that Hugh, hero of Falling for Her Captor has made it into Harlequin’s Hero of the Year contest. There are sixteen heroes to choose from who will be narrowed down until only one remains. He’s currently in Region 3 up against a straight laced District Attorney and needs your support to make it through to the next round!
Vote for Hugh here
You can vote daily so remember to go back tomorrow (and the day after…and the day after…)
Falling for her Captor is also released in French today. If you always meant to brush up your language skills there can’t be a better way than trying to get your tongue round this. It’s available on Amazon.
Book things aside, the most important thing that happens today is that my son is 10. Ten. Double figures. Closer to adulthood than birth. This makes me feel all kinds of strange (and old). He’s currently doing musical things I don’t understand with electronics that alarm me for the number of dials and jacks. I miss the days of Duplo but he’s turning into such a lovely, grown up boy and I love him loads.