It’s nearly here, and I’m officially EXCITED! The wait is nearly over & my new lesbian romance, Nothing To Lose, is due out on June 15th! I’m thrilled to be able to share the cover with you today, along with the blurb, below. It’s been an emotional book to write, and I’m excited to see it fly into the world and would love to get your thoughts after you’ve read it. Put the date in your diary – June 15th! In the meantime, check out the blurb…
Really thrilled to announce that my new lesbian romance, Nothing To Lose, is almost ready to launch! The book is with my proof-reader and the cover is nearly done, so I hope to have my new lesbian fiction novel for sale by the end of June. To get you in the mood, here’s a first chapter reveal – hope you enjoy! Continue reading » “Nothing To Lose: First Chapter Preview!”
This year, I’ve dedicated a fair chunk of my time to writing the story of Tori & Holly, and I’m three books down in this lesbian romance series – phew! I’ve loved writing these characters, and there are three more books to come this year, so stay tuned. But if you haven’t caught up with Tori & Holly yet, I’ve packaged up the first three books into a boxset featuring All I Want For Christmas, All I Want For Valentine’s and All I Want For Spring. Want to know more? Read on…
Today, I thought I’d do a little blog about me. 25 things about me to be precise. Things you might not know about me, things that make up the very core of who I am. Ready? Continue reading » “25 Things About Me”
This year’s LFest at Uttoxeter Racecourse had it all – sunshine, women, books & song. Really, what more is there in life? By day, I soaked up some rays, got cultured in the Arts Tent and ate some of the largest ice creams ever imagined. By night I whooped to the likes of Stooshe & Lucy Spraggan, drank lager out of plastic cups and wore a cowboy hat with some style. Nearly.
This was an LFest awash with love and positivity, the highlight being the Indie Author Panel hosted by me (of course!). Despite some mic issues at the start, the readings were varied, the audience fantastic and it was fabulous fun to be a part of – watch the video above, my reading from This London Love is towards the end (around 1:01). I can’t wait for next year’s LFest already!
I’m now well into my summer stride – the light and fluffy duvet’s on, the BBQ has been used at least once and I’ve even sat in my garden to have breakfast. It’s like I live in LA or summat. You know what else summer’s about? Drinking beer in fields and getting all dreamy at festivals, that’s what! Over the next two weeks, I’ll be appearing at a couple of venues, so if you’re in the UK and coming along to either LFest or Brighton Pride, do stop by and say hi! Continue reading » “Summer Readings!”
Welcome to Episode 9! In this episode of the Lesbian Book Club, I interview international smash-hit author Jae, whose latest books include Damage Control, Next Of Kin and Under A Falling Star. Jae talks about her writing life, the psychology of being a writer, her huge catalogue of work and how she keeps writing hit after hit. A must-listen for all her fans and for any writer who wants to know more about the secret of writing success!
Plus, I also do a run-down of the Lesbian Charts in the US & UK, a recap of this year’s fantastic London Pride, as well as giving an update on my new book This London Love which is out now! Fill up your ears today!
A week ahead of schedule, I’m thrilled to announce that my third novel, This London Love, has been released – whoop whoop! The story of designer Kate Carter and florist Meg Harding, it combines romance, flowers, hiccups and oodles of lesbians, along with family drama and great cake, set in the UK’s capital city.
I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing it. If you haven’t got it yet and want to get your hands on it, click on one of the links below to buy it on Amazon, Kobo or Smashwords – iTunes and Barnes & Noble are immiment.
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In the latest Lesbian Book Club podcast, I get to interview international smash-hit author Eliza Lentzski of ‘Winter Jacket’ and ‘Don’t Call Me Hero’ fame. Eliza discusses living in the Milwaukee and her love of cheese, her writing journey from fanfiction to No.1 best-seller, as well as the ongoing success of her Winter Jacket series and why she owes it all to Judy Blume and Jane Austen.
I also do a run-down of the Lesbian Romance charts, speak about appearing at this year’s LFest and Brighton Pride and finally, read from my upcoming novel, This London Love.
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