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.
So let’s get this out of the way first: 2020. Crikey bananas, what a year. I went into it full of optimism, but after March, things took a decided turn for the worst. But for all the terrible things around the world, business-wise at least, 2020 was my best year yet. I know. I’m not going to dwell on the pandemic, divisive politics and racism: 2020 had them all. This blog entry is going to see how 2020 was for me professionally. Did I hit my goals? Did I publish books? Did I survive? If you want to know the sticky details, read on… Continue reading » “My Goals For 2020: How Did I Do?”
Lesbians Who Write is a weekly podcast I co-host with my friend and fellow author, TB Markinson. Every week, we discuss the good, the bad and the ugly about being a full-time writer, drawing back the curtain on the writer’s life. In 2020, after over 70 podcasts, we’ve given the podcast a fresh look, and I love it. Now, when you come to the website, we’re bright and yellow, make no mistake! I hope you like the new look, too. If you haven’t listened to the podcast yet, why not give it a try? We combine writerly advice with snark & humour. Fill up your ears with lesbians today!
Thrilled to let you know that One Golden Summer, my brand-new lesbian romance, is out now!
You’re going to love this book because:
1. It’s got sun, sea & steam. Steamy, steamy steam.
2. It’s an age-gap romance pulsing with emotion.
3. It’s got hot movie stars on bikes. In leather. I know.
4. It’s set in a scorching UK summer.
5. It features wine, ice cream and iced buns. Hmmm, buns.
One Golden Summer was co-written with my friend and podcast host, TB Markinson, and we both loved writing this captivating love story with all the feels. I hope you enjoy reading the story of Kirsty & Saffron. Do let me know what you think.
My new co-written lesbian romance, One Golden Summer, is due out on June 16th. It asks the question: would you trade fame for love? Want to read the first chapter? Read on…
It’s nearly here! My new co-written lesbian romance, One Golden Summer, is due out on June 16th. Whoop! I can’t wait for you to read it. But in the meantime, here’s the gorgeous cover for you to feast your eyes on. Along with the blurb. Ready for it? Read on…
Welcome to episode 60 of the Lesbian Book Club where I interview US author Anna Burke. Anna writes a crossover of fantasy and sci-fi, and more recently has turned her hand to romance. Her award-winning debut, Compass Rose, had lesbian pirates, and her latest, Nottingham, is a queer retelling of Robin Hood. Is there a strong theme throughout her books? Anna says: “I like to write strong female characters. Ones that you want to have sex with, but ones who might also kill you.”
I also do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK. My new book, a co-write with TB Markinson, is due out on June 16th – title and cover reveal coming soon.
If you fancy going to the South Coast Lesfic Hangout and meeting a ton of UK lesfic authors on Sept 12th, go here: https://sclho.wordpress.com/
This summer, I’ve teamed up with best-selling lesfic authors TB Markinson and Harper Bliss to bring you a blockbuster lesbian romance trilogy. It’s got drama, heat, tension and so much English country charm, you’ll be speaking like the queen in no time. But how did the idea come about? Read on to find out more…
Hello from London Town where I bring you far better news than any mainstream broadcaster will: my latest book, A Taste Of Love, is out now! Unfurl the bunting, grab your favourite drink, get comfy in your hammock and let’s get reading!
You’re going to love this book because: