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At last, Spring is here! I am slowly coming out of hibernation, although I have to say I didn’t get out too much last week since we were being battered by gale force winds and horizontal rain. Pretty foul, but it was good reading weather!

Today, however, the sun is out, the daffodils are bobbing and the birds singing and displaying like crazy, trying to attract a mate. It’s all energizing stuff, the result of which resulted in my having a massive spring clean over the weekend. Continue Reading March 2019: Coming out of hibernation…

Well, hello spring!

After what seems to have been the longest winter EVER, the sun is finally out, blossom blooming, and the birds are nesting.  The only drawback when the weather cheers up is that I’d rather be outside than in, so sitting at my computer becomes a bit of an effort. Today, for example, I’ve been out all morning, notebook in hand, and as usual when I’m walking, I’ve returned bursting with more ideas for my stand-alone.

Continue Reading May 2018: Hello, spring!

Yippee! The eBook for Know Me Now is now out! And so far the reviews have been great, so I’m really pleased. It’s always a bit of a harrowing time until you get some feedback on a new book, and the relief at all those 4 and 5 star reviews has been massive, believe me.

Continue Reading December 2017: Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? Here are my top book picks…

Fancy getting ahead of the game? Grabbing a free, pre-publication copy of my new book Know Me Now?

Just go to NetGalley and in return for your free copy all you have to do is give it an honest review.  It doesn’t have to be an essay – I know how busy everyone is – but a line or two and a rating would be fantastic. I’d love to know what you think!

Continue Reading November 2017: Even villains like a bit of Christmas pudding…

Where did the month go?! It feels like yesterday that I last blogged but it’s been four weeks! What on earth has been going on?!

My time seems to have been gobbled up by firstly, the copy-edit of Know Me Now, where we try and make sure the story’s continuity is absolutely unassailable along with checking and double-checking that any facts quoted are correct, for example that an old Land Rover’s windows slide open rather than being wound down with a handle.

Continue Reading October 2017: Inspiration and interviews…