Giveaway

Sorry, I usually only write one blog each month, but this is a little supplementary to let you know that I’m giving away a stash of goodies over on Facebook this week to celebrate reaching the fabulous number of 15 million books sold. I’ll be drawing the prize on Saturday 13th, so you’ve just time to…

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Liz’s October

The big event for me this month is on 6th October at ASDA in Crawley (and authors and editors at other ASDAs all over the country) when Mills and Boon team up with their “Tickled Pink” campaign to raise money for breast cancer research

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Liz’s September

There is so much happening this month on both the home and writing fronts. I’ve been painting my bedroom (with the help of my lovely daughter) but still struggling to find homes for  piles of books, boxes and “stuff”. You would not believe how much “stuff” I have. Just the six years of accumulated accounts…

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Liz’s August

I’m a bit late with my August blog, but the month has  been both stressful and exciting. First, though, I need to give you a catch up on July. As you’ll know if you’ve been following me anywhere, I’ve been waiting for my house sale/purchase to be finalised so that I can move to West…

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Liz’s July

July is going to be crazy. so before I forget, some of my books are free at Smashwords this month so help yourself! So, here’s my month. First I have a book to deliver by the 31st. I’m half way through at the moment so doing pretty well but I’m not a fast writer so…

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Location, location, location

  When Sophie Weston, Jessica Hart (Pamela Hartshorne), Anne McAllister and I looked around for a setting for our fictional Cotswold village for our Invitation to a Royal Wedding quartet, I immediately  thought of Castle Combe – the prettiest village in England. Allegedly. (Other villages are also extremely pretty!) I’d had lunch at the Manor…

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My bottom drawer book

I guess most authors have a book in the bottom drawer that, for one reason or another didn’t get published. There are as many reasons for this as there are books. The first, the big reason, is that for some reason your editor didn’t quite take to it. As an inexperienced author you think she…

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