a way from heart to heart

My favourite thing about myself, and other impossible questions

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

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Writing a novel: why research is vital in stories

This month the subject of our Round Robin is research. How much do we do as writers? Does it bother us if we come across inaccuracies in a novel? My novels are all set in the present day, but they still involve a lot of research. If I make a mistake about something that’s current,…… Continue reading Writing a novel: why research is vital in stories

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How to make use of Goodreads as an author, plus a romance novel giveaway for Valentine’s

Goodreads Book Giveaway A Way from Heart to Heart by Helena Fairfax Giveaway ends March 13, 2015. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win Last weekend saw the online Romance Festival organised by Harper Collins and Harlequin. Like last year’s festival, it was an interesting, fun and useful event, and I picked up…… Continue reading How to make use of Goodreads as an author, plus a romance novel giveaway for Valentine’s

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A Way from Heart to Heart: a contemporary romance #MFRWbookhooks

  I’m taking part in something different today. It’s called Book Hooks and is organised by the brilliant group Marketing for Romance Writers. What I have to do is give a few lines from my latest release, plus the blurb, and then there’s a link where you can check out other authors who are also…… Continue reading A Way from Heart to Heart: a contemporary romance #MFRWbookhooks

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Going for a Ruby, or why I love the curry capital of Britain

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

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Meet my character blog tour

Today I’m taking part in a “Meet my character” blog tour. Thanks so much to author friend Marsha West for inviting me. You can read all about the heroine of one of Marsha’s delicious suspenses here on her own blog, as part of the tour. Marsha’s given me a few questions to answer, so here…… Continue reading Meet my character blog tour