I absolutely loved the Women’s World Cup. The teams striving against the odds, the host countries excelling, the superb quality of football, the gigantic world spectacle. I’m going to leave the Spanish federation outrage aside in this roundup, and focus on lessons we can learn as creatives from the world’s female footballers. Here are ten writing lessons for you to take away… Continue reading » “Writing Lessons From The Women’s World Cup”
Indie publishing (or self publishing) has come a long way since I launched my first book nine years ago. But there are some things that remain constant. Whether you’re just starting out on this career, or you’re thigh-deep in backlist, there are some nuggets here for you… Continue reading » “Top Ten Indie Publishing Tips”
This Pride Month, Amazon asked me for my five sapphic book recommendations. I’m honoured to follow in the footsteps of celebrities like Paris Hilton, Emily Henry and Colleen Hoover. Somehow, I snuck in, too! Want to know the books I picked? Check out the feature by clicking on the image above…
Want to buy my new sapphic football romance before it goes to Kindle & KU exclusively next week? You’re in luck! Hotshot is up for a special pre-sale as an ebook on my web shop for one week from today. Pre-sale ends Thursday, April 13th. If you’re Amazon-averse or prefer to buy direct, this is your chance. Download to your Kindle, iPhone or ereader now! It goes to Kindle, KU and print next week, so don’t delay.
Plus, when you buy direct, you get 25% off any other standalone novel in my shop for the whole week.
However, if you’d prefer to wait until it’s released on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited, that’s fab too. I appreciate however you want to buy and read. Your support whatever way you choose means the world.
Hotshot out on Kindle & Kindle Unlimited: April 17th.
Hotshot out in print: April 17th.
Click here to see the full cover & blurb and buy direct.
This Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d recommend a bunch of sapphic books that made me all warm and fuzzy. The ones that really grabbed my heart. It’s true what they say – you always remember how a story makes you feel, and this lot left me deep in a barrel of lurve. Ready for my mushy-smushy Valentine’s Day recommendations? Here goes… Continue reading » “Sapphic Books To Make You Swoon!”
You’ve written a book. Congratulations! You’ve done an amazing thing. Pop some fizz, soak up the applause, and then turn your attention to the next conundrum. How do you launch it? Getting attention on the various bookseller platforms isn’t easy, but here are some things you can do… Continue reading » “Top Tips: How To Launch A Book”
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.
Print books and audiobooks are available across most other channels, but Ylva are just for my lesfic ebooks. Find Custard Books on Ylva’s website here.
For more on all my titles and where to buy them in ebook, audio & print, click here.
All I Want For Christmas is the first lesbian romance where I truly embraced farce. It’s a romantic comedy at heart – my favourite genre – but it’s also where I stepped up the cringe-worthy farce factor, putting Tori Hammond through the wringer on her way to finding love. I defy you read the book and not laugh out loud, but also cringe out loud!
Continue reading » “All I Want For Christmas Hits USA Today!”
October 11th is National Coming Out Day – happy coming out day! All of which made me think about my coming out. About how scary it was and still can be; and about how it never ends, how life is an ever-rolling series of coming out to new people, who mostly assume my partner is a man. Can it get tiresome? Yes. Is it necessary? Absolutely. Here’s my coming out story…
Continue reading » “National Coming Out Day: My Story”