So, summer’s officially over, and the nights are drawing in again. I can’t believe how dark it was when I had to get up this morning! But even though it’s September, the sun’s still shining here, and the roses are still in bloom, so we’re not giving up on summer yet :) And I also…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Angela Britnell
A few months ago I took part in a book tour with Brook Cottage Books for my contemporary women’s fiction novel, A Way from Heart to Heart. It was good fun and a great experience, and I’m happy to say there were lots of great reviews. One interesting point came up when one of the…… Continue reading Can you judge a book by its cover?
To celebrate release of my new novella, Palace of Deception, I’m making my contemporary romance novel The Antique Love *FREE* to download for Kindle for a limited time, from today until 23rd July 2015. I hope you’ll go ahead and download a copy, and enjoy! The Antique Love won an award last year for “Most…… Continue reading Contemporary romance The Antique Love – #FREE on Kindle. (Plus some real antiques I love!)
It’s a great pleasure to welcome author Emma Davies today. We’re both just back from the RNA conference in that London. Lovely to be home from the hurly burly of the big city, and sitting down to a quiet chat. Biscuits and a large pot of tea at the ready! Where do you live, Emma?…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Emma Davies
I’m absolutely delighted to introduce today’s author, Julie Stock. I’ve met Julie in real life (not just drinking tea in my virtual garden, like my usual interviews :) ) as we were roomed in the same corridor at the Romantic Novelists’ Association conference last year. As you can guess from her photo, Julie has a…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Julie Stock
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
Another cold and frosty morning here in Yorkshire today, but it’s turned the sky a lovely glossy blue. My guest Jenny Kane has travelled almost the length of England to be with me, and I have the perfect treat to offer her on this chilly morning: a plateful of scones with cream and jam, and…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Jenny Kane