On a desert island with author, Michelle Douglas

It all started with a koala… Making up stories of her own has always been one of Michelle’s passions. She received her first rejection letter at the age of ten for Keri the Koala Baby, and has been writing ever since. A love of literature led her to major in English at the University of…

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Australian Romance Readers Association awards nominations….

…and yes, I’m on the list! I’m completely over the moon to announce that Christmas Reunion in Paris is in the Members Choice category of Favourite Christmas or Holiday Romances. This was the first book in a mini series based around the Harrington Park Hotel, and I’m doubly delighted, that James’ sister, Sally Harrington –…

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Christmas week kindle deal for US readers!

This is just a fly-by post to let you know that Christmas Reunion in Paris is on a special offer from 21-27 December in the US.  Perfect timing to treat yourself. Here’s a reminder of a few of the things people have said about this book – “..this was a story packed with emotion, with…

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Deck the halls…

…well maybe not the halls… My holiday decorating has shrunk a little from the days when I had the big family house, with an impressive hall, in the wilds of Wales.  Then I decked the beams, wound lights and garlands around the stairs and had a big tree loaded with decorations collected over many years.…

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So, you’re stranded on a desert island, Susan Meier…

Forget Desert Island Discs – we’re all about the books! In the second of my occasional series of Desert Island Books blogs, I have enormous pleasure in introducing US author, Susan Meier. Susan, born in Pennsylvania, comes from a large family and puts that down to her understanding about sharing, and how love encompasses more…

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A weekend in Paris? It would be rude not to…

Read all about it! I’m blogging over at the Mills and Boon website this week about my weekend in Paris. Here’s a link = A weekend in Paris!

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Christmas Reunion in Paris – a second chance love story

And you can download it today in Australia! It would be so much easier if English language editions of a book came out on the same day everywhere. But no. If you are in the UK or North America, you could have read this two weeks ago, but it’s finally available in the southern hemisphere…

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Lockdown has kept us all closer to home…

…and I’ve been reading a lot more! …and, if we’re lucky, given us a little more time to read. Like many romance authors, because of the fear of inadvertently picking up phrases from other books, I read very ittle romance in my own genre. IFor relaxation, I love crime novels, but the ones that are…

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What Music was I Listening to When I Wrote Christmas Reunion in Paris? Here’s my playlist

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Liz’s December

Well, golly, December has gone by in a flash. I don’t send a lot of cards – the money went to a homeless charitiy this year – but the  presents are wrapped, I’ve been to the local pantomime with the family, and my nails are sparkly and since, this year, the celebrations are at my…

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