August is drawing to a close and I can hardly believe summer is almost over already. Another month means another Round Robin, and another topic to challenge us :) This month our topic comes from author Victoria Chatham. Our characters often have some kind of psychological, spiritual or physical wounds. The process of healing forms the character’s arc. What mental, physical or spiritual…… Continue reading Why we love a tortured hero(ine)
Today I’m on fellow RNA member Rachel Brimble’s blog. Rachel asks some great questions, so I thought I’d reblog her post here. Hope you enjoy! ******* Welcome fellow RNA member, Helena Fairfax… Hi Helena! So thrilled to have you here – looking forward to learning more about you and your work :) Wishing you much…… Continue reading My favourite thing about myself, and other impossible questions
Today I’m taking part in another Round Robin, and this month’s topic is “a favourite food or meal.” Well, since I live very close to Bradford…three guesses what meal I’m going to choose! Those who don’t live in the UK may not get the answer straightaway, but the rest will probably know that Bradford is…… Continue reading Going for a Ruby, or why I love the curry capital of Britain
Today my contemporary romance, A Way from Heart to Heart, is released by Accent Press – hooray! After all the hours of planning and thinking and agonising about my characters, I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to see my heroine and hero finally come alive as living and breathing creatures. Now A Way…… Continue reading My contemporary romance A Way from Heart to Heart is released…today!