My Goals For 2021

It’s January! It’s 2021! I want to run up to this new year and give it a kiss, but I can’t. Social distancing and all that. So while this fresh start feels like groundhog day, I’m banking on there being light at the end of the tunnel. With that in mind, 2021 is all about keeping the faith and writing some books. Ready to read my plans? Here they are… Continue reading » “My Goals For 2021”

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My Goals For 2020: How Did I Do?

So let’s get this out of the way first: 2020. Crikey bananas, what a year. I went into it full of optimism, but after March, things took a decided turn for the worst. But for all the terrible things around the world, business-wise at least, 2020 was my best year yet. I know. I’m not going to dwell on the pandemic, divisive politics and racism: 2020 had them all. This blog entry is going to see how 2020 was for me professionally. Did I hit my goals? Did I publish books? Did I survive? If you want to know the sticky details, read on… Continue reading » “My Goals For 2020: How Did I Do?”

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Best Lesbian Christmas Books!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Sort of. I mean, 2020 is testing us all. But there is still mulled wine, chocolates and twinkly lights. So let’s run with it. I adore the run-up to Christmas: late November and all of December are my absolute faves, and the thing I love most are Christmas movies. Unexpected snow storm? Tick. Stuck in a picturesque cabin with an impossibly good-looking stranger? Tick. Been summoned home to deal with a family crisis, and whaddayaknow, you bump into your first love? Tick, tickety, tick!

But much as I love Christmas movies, what I wouldn’t give for a few more with two women in the starring romantic roles – and that’s where queer Christmas books come in! Festive stories abound this time of year, so if you want your fix of yuletide love with some women at the helm, step this way. Here are my picks for a lesbian Christmas tale, best served with mulled wine and a Lindt Santa…

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The Lesbian Book Club Festive Special!

Welcome to episode 66 of the Lesbian Book Club where I bring you a bumper festive special to end the year! In it, I quiz seven authors about their writing year, their festive plans and their hopes for 2021. Interviewed are: AL Brooks, HP Munro, Cara Malone, Rosy Dee, Harper Bliss, Kris Bryant and Monica McCallan.

As usual, I also do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as talking about what I’ve been up to. If you want to know what  all the authors want from Santa, listen now!

Happy holidays to you, and see you next year for more Lesbian Book Club Podcasts!

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Before You Say I Do Available Everywhere!

2020 has been a phenomenal year for my ebook sales, led by the huge breakout success of Before You Say I Do. Up until early December, the ebook was only available to buy or rent on Kindle or Kindle Unlimited. However, at the start of the month I put the romance for sale wide across all platforms. That means that however you read, you can now buy Before You Say I Do around the world! Continue reading » “Before You Say I Do Available Everywhere!”

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The Lesbian Book Club With Haley Cass

Welcome to episode 65 of the Lesbian Book Club where I interview US author Haley Cass. Haley’s debut novel Those Who Wait took the lesbian fiction world by storm this year, along with its follow-up Forever And A Day. Her new book, When You Least Expect It is currently thrilling lesbian romance readers around the world, too.

She talks about how her debut started life as a Game Of Thrones fanfic, and how blown away she still is by the reaction from readers. She also talks about how her favourite part of writing is the angst – when characters truly have to face their fears: “Break-ups and their aftermath are the first things that go in my outline. I’m always ready to write those.”

As usual I do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK. My new book, Christmas In Mistletoe, is riding high in the charts alongside Haley’s, which is perfect timing!

Enjoy the podcast, and I’ll be back with a festive special before Christmas!

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Christmas In Mistletoe Out Now!

I come bearing jingly-jangly news: Christmas In Mistletoe, my brand-new festive lesbian romance, is out now!

You’re going to love this book because:

1. It’s set in a village called Mistletoe & features a Christmas tree farm. I know!

2. The story is a gorgeous enemies-to-lovers romance.

3. It’s got a hot singer, delicious simmering attraction, plus a scorching first kiss.

4. There are snowball fights, mulled wine and twinkly lights, plus a sparkling array of locals.

5. The story is gift-wrapped with emotion, and guaranteed to give you the Christmas feels. All of them. Proper head-to-toe tingles.

It’s been five years since my last Christmas romance, and I’ve got my fingers crossed that this one was worth the wait. I hope you enjoy the story of Fran and Ruby! Do let me know what you think.

Buy Christmas In Mistletoe by clicking here!

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Christmas In Mistletoe: First Chapter Preview!

My new festive lesbian romance, Christmas In Mistletoe, is out on November 24th. Hooray! In it, you can expect a Christmas-loving singer, a festive curmudgeon, a growly dog, a Christmas Tree farm, mulled wine, twinkly lights, love, romance, angst and a nail-biting finale. All this, set in Mistletoe, with an eccentric cast of characters! If you love Christmas movies but have been longing for one with two female leads, this book is for you. Here’s the first chapter to get you in the festive mood…

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Before You Say I Do: Now In German!

I’ve been talking about getting my books into different languages for quite some time, but it’s finally come true! My best-selling lesbian romance, Before You Say I Do – or should I say, Bevor Du Sagst Ich Will – is out now in German. Wunderbar! Continue reading » “Before You Say I Do: Now In German!”

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The Lesbian Book Club With Erin Zak

This month on The Lesbian Book Club podcast, I chat to US author, Erin Zak, famed for her books The Road Home and Breaking Down Her Walls. A two-time Lammy finalist, Erin has spent most of the last four years writing as much as possible. She talks about taking 12 years to pen her first novel, her love of Vegas and Chicago, writing as therapy, and how she fits in so much to her packed schedule.⁠

All this, plus I do the usual run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as talking about what I’ve been up to. Mainly, penning my upcoming Christmas romance, Christmas In Mistletoe, out in November. Plus, launching the audiobook of Before You Say I Do. ⁠

Fill up your ears with lesbian goodness today! Head to my website and click on Podcasts. Link in bio! ⁠

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