Exciting news – You’re My Kind has been translated into German and is out now, entitled Weil Es Immer Noch Liebe Ist! This is my fourth German translation done in conjunction with Ylva Publishing, and I’m as excited about this as I was about the first! If you loved Justine and Maddie in English, why not give them a whirl in German? Lesbian romance with lashings of cake and all the feels right here!
The first three months have been quite the trip, haven’t they? The pandemic carries on regardless, society is on the precipe of the next world war, and LGBT+ rights are being decimated around the globe. It’s hard to focus on the day to day, but truly, that’s all we have. I want to keep writing stories to combat the hate and prejudice in the world. Also, because I love it and it’s good to focus on that. With that in mind, how’s the first quarter gone? Read on for more…
I’m really chuffed to let you know that my first ever historical romance, Big London Dreams, has topped the IHL reader vote for Best Historical Fiction of 2021! Thanks so much if you voted, it really does mean the world.
Say a big hello to the cover for my upcoming German sapphic romance, Weil Es Immer Noch Liebe Ist. It’s the translation of my second-chance romance, You’re My Kind, which originally came out in 2019 and deals with three big topics: love, death and cake.
This is my fourth German translation, and it’s due to drop on May 5th in ebook & paperback. I can’t wait!
After the year that was 2021, I’m putting 2022 on cruise control. I know what I want to get done, but if it doesn’t get done, so be it. I think we could all benefit from a year of ‘whatever!’ In saying that though, I’m still a Virgo who likes order, so goals I shall make. Ready for them? Here goes…
It’s safe to say that 2021 was not the year we all thought it would be. At the start, I had dreams the pandemic would be done and dusted by the summer, and life would return to some form of normality. It didn’t. For me personally, it was also the year that family issues led to me not working as much as I intended. Life happens! However, in a year when many died and even more are still suffering viral after-effects, I consider getting through the past 12 months without getting covid a win. Plus, I still managed to get stuff done. If you’re interested to know what, here’s my 2021 wrap-up…
My upcoming lesbian romance, Change Of Heart, is out on October 26th. Woohoo! But if you can’t wait that long for my fake relationship romance that’s packed solid with damsels, desire, drams and drama-rama-rama, then you can read the first chapter right now to get you in the mood. I hope you’re excited for the story of Erin & Steph, set in the glorious Scottish Highlands. I know I am! Continue reading » “Change Of Heart: First Chapter Preview!”
Don’t want summer to end? Me neither. It’s not so simple to jump on a plane and chase the sun this year, but why not chase it in a book? I’ve got the perfect one. One Golden Summer is a lesbian romance set in the UK and features sun, sea, sand and sultry encounters under hot skies. Plus, for the next week, it’s on sale for just £2.99/$2.99! If you haven’t read this collaboration between myself and TB Markinson, pick it up for a steal today! I guarantee it will make your life sunnier.
Love a bargain? Well, have I got news for you! For a limited time only, my series starter & short stories boxset, Love Happens Here, is on sale for just 99p/99c. That’s two novels and two shorts for the princely sum of half a cup of coffee. It’s the best deal on the internet right now!
What do you get for your money? My debut novel and book one of the London Romance series, London Calling; along with my festive rom-com, All I Want For Christmas, book one of the All I Want series. On top of that, you also get my second-chance novella, Try Me Again, and an exclusive, not-available-anywhere-else short, World’s Greatest. 150,000 words, four lesbian romances, all for less than a quid.
It’s available wherever ebooks are sold: Amazon, Google, Apple, Kobo and B&N. Don’t delay, grab it today!
Big London Dreams was my 19th lesbian romance novel, but the first one set in any other time but the present day. Writing an historical novel scared me at first, but then I decided to do what scared me. I gave myself extra time to do the research and editing, and a little bit more to get over my publishing nerves. Now I’ve done it, what are my key takeaways?