This is just a quick post to say our new anthology, Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium, is out now in paperback and for Kindle. The anthology is free on Kindle Unlimited – and look at the lovely paperback! I was really chuffed when my copy arrived and I could add it to the other…… Continue reading Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium is out now!
It’s been an exciting week for the nine of us authors who make up Authors on the Edge. On 21st June we’ll be releasing the third in our series of anthologies around the character of Miss Moonshine and her Wonderful Emporium in the fabulous town of Haven Bridge. Our new anthology is called Midsummer Magic…… Continue reading A new Miss Moonshine anthology! And news of a brilliant book auction for vaccines worldwide
Sometimes writing can be a lonely business. The only people you meet are the characters inside your head, and the only exciting things that happen are the ones you dream up. You are not friends with these interesting people you’re writing about, and these momentous events aren’t happening to you – you are, in fact,…… Continue reading How a group of authors became friends and inspired each other #amwriting #authorsontheedge
It’s less than a week until release of Felicity at the Cross Hotel – hooray! Felicity at the Cross Hotel is a feel good romance – a cheerful summer read – and so really I should be in a relaxed mood, but I’m actually quite nervous about release! Still, at least my hero and heroine will have…… Continue reading Ten great books set in hotels
A few days ago my niece told me of a great Icelandic tradition called the “Jólabókaflóð” – literally, the Christmas Book Flood. Apparently Icelanders love books perhaps more than any other nation in the world, and every Christmas everyone will find at least one book under their Christmas tree. In fact, it’s a tradition in…… Continue reading Happy “Jólabókaflóð” – an Icelandic tradition for book lovers at Christmas!
For the past few weeks I’ve been running a series of posts featuring authors’ favourite holiday recipes…and I can’t believe this is now my last author recipe before Christmas Day! During the course of this run of posts I’ve sometimes had to “translate” ingredients as we don’t always use the same terminology around the world,…… Continue reading Author Helen Pollard’s #recipe for Christmas oat cookies, and a sweet romance
Today I’m introducing an author I’ve met in real life. In fact, Helen Pollard and I met up again just last Saturday, along with a lovely group of authors who all live in t’north of England, and a fabulous time we had, talking about writing and all things romance. Helen’s a lovely person to be…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Helen Pollard