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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Two new Manga titles for July!

Manga Magic I am so excited! I absolutely love the Japanese manga editions of my books – they have a special place on my bookshelf – but it’s always a joy to see them translated into English by Harlequin Comics. The first is The Bachelor’s Baby. This is the story of Amaryllis (Amy) Jones and…

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Do you jigsaw?

Beach Hut Surprise hit Amazon on Tuesday and “Being Anne” invited us over to her fabulous  blog to chat about how we put together this anthology. Definitely worth a read! And, just for fun, you can have a go and this online jigsaw of the cover! I hope you all managed to catch the fleeting…

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Free book

If the Shoe Fits – formerly published as The Bridesmaid’s Royal Bodyguard – is free to download this weekend on June 30 and July 1.

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What I’ve been doing in lockdown…

The novella… First, I have been writing. My novella “Past Echoes” was finally finished mid-May and will be published in this anthology by Liberta Books at the end of June, along with stories by Sarah Mallory, Lesley Cookman, Sophie Weston, Joanna Maitland and Louise Allen. Who’s there? Lovers, vampires… A body? Little Piddling is a…

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Absent Without Leave…

January I’ve been absent from my blog this spring. There are several reasons for this, none to do with Covid19. At least I don’t think so. January was lost mostly to coughing. It was that dry, exhausting cough that was going around just before and after Christmas and it got me. I spent an entire…

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We have a jubilee!

Sixty years ago, a group of romantic novelists got together and set up an organisation to raise the status of their art. Since then, the Romantic Novelists’ Association has worked tirelessly to support not just established authors, but new writers, with their amazing New Writers’ Scheme which, over the years, has helped a huge number…

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