De Volta Para Voce is the Brazilian-Portuguese version of You’re My Kind. If you read in Portuguese and love sapphic second-chance romance, this is for you. You’re My Kind was a smash-hit in English, and deals with life’s big topics: love, death and cake. Best read by a pool with a caipirinha, obvs!
To read the Brazilian blurb, check out the cover and buy the book, click here!
One of my goals for this year was to get more of my books translated into other languages. I’m thrilled to say I’ve done just that with Before You Say I Do. It’s already out in German, and it’s now out in Brazilian Portuguese, with the title Antes Que Voce Diga Sim!
It’s fabulous to see the book flourish in another country – it’s currently number one in the Brazilian lesbian romance chart four weeks after release! I think the cover is a smash, and I’m thrilled with the response from readers across the globe.
Fingers crossed this will be the first foray into the Brazilian market, and more of my books can get translated soon. In the meantime, if you read in Brazilian Portuguese, why not give it a try?
Read the blurb by clicking here!
As England left the pitch last night after their near-perfect display of mistimed tackles, flapping about and poor first touches, I got to thinking about who I should support now. After all, it’s still the World Cup and I still spent a good chunk of last night cheering on Japan, safe in the knowledge that Columbia were through so nobody was going to get shot. Bitten maybe, but not shot. So now England have limped out, who to support next? For me, it’s all about the players left, who has the best food and where you’ve had the best time… Continue reading » “World Cup 2014: Who To Support Next?”
So after nine fretful games it all comes down to tonight: England vs Poland at Wembley stadium and the chance for the lads to crack out their best samba routines next summer at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The last time we needed a win to qualify I was at the game – England vs Croatia in 2007 with Euro 2008 beckoning. The rain tipped down in great galloping buckets, Scott Carson had a night to forget, Steve McClaren introduced us to his big brolly and his England team fell at the final hurdle into a damp, depressing heap. Lightning can’t strike twice though, right? Well, at least it’s not forecast for rain… Continue reading » “England vs Poland: Brazil Beckons…”