The countdown to the launch of my new book All I Want For Christmas is well and truly on: the launch date is now officially October 31st. A slice of Christmas on Halloween? Why the heck not! To get you in the mood, here’s the new cover in all its festive glory, plus a bit of the first chapter to whet your appetite. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading » “All I Want For Christmas: First Chapter Preview!”
My new book All I Want For Christmas is due out October 31st and my excitement levels are so off the festive scale, I even went out and bought some mince pies to celebrate. Yes, that rock ‘n’ roll! Above is the cover for the new book, which I’m thrilled with. The story is a Christmas lesbian romance, and to tempt you more, here’s the blurb:
Christmas without a girlfriend sucks: no love, no presents, no sex. So Tori Hammond gives herself one month to find that special lady by December 25th. She’s got a dating app and she’s a woman on a mission.
However, Tori’s dates come with their own complications, and when her first love strolls back into her life, her world is sent into freefall. Will Tori land on her feet and find the woman of her dreams? And if she does, will it be who she expected?
From the author of Amazon best-sellers London Calling, This London Love and The Long Weekend, Clare Lydon has created another page-turner bursting with seasonal attitude and wit. If you’re a fan of romantic comedies, prepare to be swept off your festive feet.
I’ll be giving you a sneak-peek of the first chapter of All I Want For Christmas next week, so watch this space.
If you fancy a signed copy of either of my books – The Long Weekend or London Calling – simply mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll arrange for it to happen! They cost £9.99 + p&p. A fab Christmas present for yourself or someone you love!
I heart Christmas – for me, it really is the most wonderful time of the year. So to celebrate, I’ve written a blog on the very things that make Christmas great, those special elements that elevate it from being just another chilly couple of days off into the cheery festival of excess we’ve all come to love & expect. Here are ten fantabulous reasons to love Christmas… Continue reading » “Why I Love Christmas!”
Autumn is my favourite time of the year with its vivid colours, sunshine, closing nights and fireworks galore. Plus, it has the run-up to Christmas which as everyone knows is far & away the most exciting time of the year! But what exacty make this such a thrilling time in the calendar of life? Well, these ten for starters… Continue reading » “Top Ten Things About Autumn”
Hello and welcome to the Most Depressing Day Of The Year ™. Until the next one that is. But for now, it’s time to revel in today’s utter depressingness, sink back into its soft underbelly of misery, rub your face in its dark, downy despair. Ready to join me in a tip-top January funk? Continue reading » “The Most Depressing Day Of The Year”
As the glitterball known as 2013 performs its final turn, it’s time to assess the previous 12 months and ponder whether you’re happy to see the back of them or if you’re clinging on for dear life. How was the year for you? Continue reading » “2013: How Was It For You?”
Twas the night before Christmas and all over the land people were scurrying about their kitchen trying to find that spare roll of sellotape to wrap those final presents. Everyone apart from me that is. Why? Because I’m too busy having the perfect Christmas Eve and you could too with a few key adjustments. Here’s how…
I heart Christmas: the lights, smells, food, drink, friends, family & films – what’s not to love? So I thought I’d write a blog on the very things that make Christmas great, those special elements that elevate it from being just another dull Christian ritual into the cheering festival of excess we’ve all come to love & expect. Ready? Continue reading » “Top Ten Things About Christmas”