Ignore that title, it’s a fib. This isn’t really a post about how I wrote a book because no author really writes a book. They build a book, layer on layer, putting in, taking out, kneading disjointed scenes and chapters back together
So excited to reveal the cover of my second novel Meet Me at the Lighthouse!
Meet Me at the Lighthouse, a romantic comedy seton the Yorkshire coast, is due to be published by HarperImpulse on 30th June 2017. Read the first chapter.
With its cast of sexy film producers, glamorous actors and no-holds-barred journalists, The Honey Trap is the perfect read for Academy Awards season. That’s why the With Love for Books blog is holding an international giveaway that will get you
A conversation at work yesterday reminded me of this extract from my yet-to-be-edited quiz team WIP. While setting up for their annual camping trip, the team reflect on the significance of cafetieres. They are not fans. Some strong language. …
Over the moon to announce that I’ve signed a two-book deal with my lovely publisher Harper Impulse for a couple of gorgeous (though I say so myself!) romcoms, coming this year! The team at HI were wonderful in bringing my
Lakeland folk should keep an eye out for my spine-tingling “Tail of the unexpected” in Cumbria magazine this December. When unpleasant Derek Turner shuts out a stray mongrel one snowy Nevadale Christmas Eve, he little suspects the poetic justice awaiting him next day…
An extract from my NaNoWriMo project for 2016. Lana Donati runs a medieval-themed tapas restaurant in the Yorkshire Dales, Here Be Flagons, with her brother Tom. In this section, temperamental chef Deano (currently my favourite character) is preparing for a
Lovely shiny paperbacks of my debut novel The Honey Trap are out today!
I’m proud to announced that The Honey Trap will be going on a blog tour on 4th-11th November, to celebrate the release of the paperback edition on 3rd November. This is the line-up. Thanks so much to all those wonderful