Things that aren’t romantic.

My husband and I have an ongoing debate about whether certain things are romantic or not (buying flowers, meals out, taking your own wine glass to the kitchen at bedtime…) One of our occasional disagreements is over the Roy Orbison song ‘Drove All Night’. For anyone who doesn’t know the song it’s about a blokeContinue reading “Things that aren’t romantic.”

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”

The Saxon Outlaw’s Cover reveal

The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge is out in November in print and ebook in December and I can finally share the cover art and blurb. At the mercy of her enemy!  Abducted by Saxon outlaws, Constance Arnaud comes face-to-face with Aelric, a Saxon boy she once loved. He’s now her enemy, but Constance must reach out toContinue reading “The Saxon Outlaw’s Cover reveal”

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”

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”

A very eventful day and a new contest!

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 aContinue reading “A very eventful day and a new contest!”

Shameless self-promo

Harlequin are running a contest to find the Harlequin Hero of the year.  The hero has to appear in a book published between October 2014 and September 2015 which means both Hugh and Will are eligible.  The top sixteen heroes will face off to find hero of the year (and who wouldn’t want to watchContinue reading “Shameless self-promo”

Sam Vimes -Alpha Male

If you’re reading this post because you follow the blog and are expecting to read about historical romance or Mills & Boon then be aware- this post is different. It’s only fair to warn you now that this isn’t going to be very coherent because after hearing about Terry Pratchett’s death on Thursday I’m stillContinue reading “Sam Vimes -Alpha Male”

I’ve got mail

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”

Celebrating

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”

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