Dead chuffed to let you know that book six in the London Romance series, Made In London, is now out in audio! Hooray! Whether you’ve read the book or not, you’re in for a treat. Lucy Price-Lewis has done a stellar job of narrating the tale of Heidi and Eden, bringing a delicious extra dimension to their story of will-they, won’t-they romance. Listen now to luxuriate in their world today!
My new lesbian romance, Before You Say I Do, is due out on March 10th. It asks the question: what happens when you fall for your bridesmaid? Intrigued? You should be. Want to read the first chapter? Read on…
It’s nearly here! My new lesbian romance, Before You Say I Do, is due out on March 10th. Whoop! I can’t wait for you to read it. But in the meantime, here’s the gorgeous cover for you to feast your eyes on. Along with the blurb. Ready for it? Read on…
Series are hot. Everyone wants to write one. Series get readers invested in your writing. They also provide an obvious book path for readers to follow. So should you write one? Here are 12 things to consider… Continue reading » “Writing Books In A Series: 12 Things To Consider”
Welcome to episode 57 of the Lesbian Book Club where I have the pleasure of interviewing US author Max Ellendale. Max’s book Hart & Stocker blew up the lesfic charts last year, but she’s no overnight success, having been writing since she was 12, and publishing since 2014 – her other key book being Rabbit. Max writes across a few genres, but says: “I love the darkness. Writing crime and serial killers is my jam. But I also love tangling crime thrillers with romantic undertones.” Find her at: www.maxellendale.com
Clare also does a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK. She talks about what she’s been up to, including working on her next book, Before You Say I Do, due out in March. Clare is also currently writing her Christmas book for 2020, and bursting into a chorus of White Christmas with alarming regularity.
Join me next month when I’ll be interviewing Aussie author Selena Silcox.
Thanks to Denise at MyLesbianRadio for hosting & producing this podcast!
1 – Write a schedule.
I’ve done this already! First goal ticked off! Now I just need to remember to look at it and take action. Simple, right? I managed to do it last year, but it tailed off after August. The reason? I needed a break. More balance is needed this year so I don’t conk out part-way through 2020. Work consistently, maintain my physical health, and get help where it’s needed. I also plan to reassess my schedule every quarter, as well as writing down wins and where I could improve. I’ll bring myself a strong coffee to sweeten the deal.
Have you read my cult classic, The Long Weekend? If not, now’s the time to act because it’s currently on sale at Amazon for just 99p/99c – till the end of the year! So get your skates on and read my tale of secrets, lies, wine & romance. Who doesn’t love a little angst over the holidays?
Welcome to episode 56 of the Lesbian Book Club as I round up the final chart of the year for lesfic on Amazon UK & US, then give you a run down of how my year’s gone. The answer: it’s been my best year yet! I’m currently finishing off a first draft of my first book due in 2020. Tune it to find out my publishing plans for the year ahead.
I then pose a few questions to a seven lesbian fiction authors: Jae, Clare Ashton, Melissa Tereze, Lise Gold, Jen Silver, Jody Klaire and SR Silcox answer the following. First, favourite lesfic of the year. Second, favourite festive lesfic ever. Third, what they’re hoping for from Santa. Fourth, what they like to eat and drink at Christmas. Finally, their publishing plans for the year.
Thanks to Denise at The Lesbian Lounge for hosting and producing this podcast, it’s much appreciated!
Welcome to episode 55 of the Lesbian Book Club where I interview fellow UK author Claire Highton-Stevenson. Claire’s latest book, In Dyer Need, is an end-of-the-world romance that’ll have you on the edge of your seat. Claire writes detective stories as well as romance, and also won a Goldie award this year for her heartfelt book, The Promise. Claire talks about creating strong characters, writing sex scenes and how she’s an accidental writer. Her advice: decide what you want and go for it! Find her at: www.itsclastevofficial.com
I also do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK. Plus, I talk about what I’ve been up to, including working on my next, as yet untitled book, and berating myself for not writing a Christmas book this year. Next year, I promise I’ll write one. And the year after that too, just to make up for a lack of one for the past four years.