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!”
Thrilled to be able to let you know I’ve added a new way to buy my lesbian romance online! My imprint, Custard Books, is now selling my catalogue via Ylva Publishing. I’m a great believer in having my books available in as many places as possible, so it’s great to team up with another fantastic queer company in Ylva Publishing and offer my novels via them, too.
All my other channels are still open for sale – selling direct from my Web Shop, as well as via Kindle, Apple, Kobo, Google, B&N and Bella Books. I’ve just added one more option to give you more choice of where to purchase.
For more on all my titles and where to buy them in ebook, audio & print, click here.
Loading a mobi file onto your Kindle isn’t hard. At least, not when you know how. So, how do you do it? Take my hand as I show you, step by step… Continue reading » “Send Mobi Files To Your Kindle”
It’s been a long time in the making, but my second-chance lesbian romance, You’re My Kind, is finally out and in the world. Rejoice!
You’re going to love this book because:
1. It’s a gorgeous second-chance romance.
2. The lead character runs a cake school. Who doesn’t love cake?
3. It deals with love & grief, so you might need a tissue.
4. It’s flecked with British wit & charm
5. It’s my most emotional book yet. I guarantee it’ll give you ALL THE FEELS.
It’s time to make a hot chocolate, settle back in your favourite armchair, cut a slice of cake and lose yourself in You’re My Kind!
I put my heart and soul into this one, and I hope you enjoy reading the story of Justine & Maddie. Do let me know what you think. You can read the full blurb here.
For this week only until September 24th, my second novel The Long Weekend is on sale in the UK, US, Canada & Australia at Kindle, iTunes and Kobo. Buy it now for just 99p or 99c!
Here’s the story:
When nine old friends reunite for a weekend at the charming English seaside, their complicated personal lives lead to laughs as well as drama. Can the women all find the happy endings they deserve? A captivating novel about friendship and love.
If you fancy grabbing your copy, here are the links:
Happy reading and thanks for your support!
Happy Monday to you! And being it’s the start of another week, I have news of a sale to lift your spirits. From today through until midnight on Wednesday – three whole days – my debut lesbian romance London Calling is on sale in the UK & US Kindle stores for just 99p or 99 cents! Less than a dollar or a pound for a whole, juicy, delicious novel. Now that’s what I call a bargain… Continue reading » “London Calling On Sale In UK & US!”
This week I’ve mostly lived up to my female stereotype. No, I haven’t been baking scones or screaming at children in supermarket aisles, rather I’ve been multi-tasking like a wizened ninja. Monday was admin; Tuesday & Friday were music; and on Wednesday and Thursday I went along to The London Book Fair ready to immerse myself in its soft, papery underbelly… Continue reading » “Review: The London Book Fair 2014”
Today is nearly two weeks since I gently pushed my debut novel London Calling out into the world and watched it take its first breath. The past 12 days have been exciting, tiring, liberating and exhilarating. But most of all, it’s been an absolute blast to watch my book climbing the charts in the US & Oz, to hit No.1 in the UK & Canada and then yesterday, to hold it in my hands for the very first time… Continue reading » “The Debut Novel Whirl”
My first novel, London Calling, is coming out this month and now I’m down to the nitty-gritty of getting it primed for Kindle & all that schizzle I’ve come to the conclusion that writing it was the easy part – it’s the rest that causes pain. For instance, what exactly do you write on a copyright page? Where do you get an ISBN number? And crucially, who should I dedicate the book to without sounding like a complete sap? Continue reading » “How To Write A Book Dedication”