I’m writing this at 5.45am. Normally, at this time, I’d be entertaining hot city slicker, Daniel, in an Icelandic hot tub–yep, that’s me in the picture (as per my characters in Ice Hot) or being adored by Sirs Lancelot, Parceval and Gawain – all at the same time (like lucky old Guinevere in The CurseContinue reading
When you first start to write, I would advise wide experimentation. Let me explain – I took the time when I first went to a writing class to write poems, memoir pieces, flash fiction, short stories and eventually several genres of novel, including historical, time slip and contemporary. I am so grateful for this experienceContinue reading “Author, Morton Gray, whose new Christmas romance is out soon, gives her tips on how to achieve publication”
Following the recent release of her new romantic novel, Sunny Days at The Beach, Morton S. Gray joins me to discuss all things books, including how she got into writing, where she finds inspiration for her characters and what we can look forward to seeing from her next. Hi Morton, thanks so much for joiningContinue reading “Interview with Author Morton S. Gray”
There are few things more exciting about being an author than when your book goes into the spoken word. My new release, Little Village of Second Chances, has now been made into an audiobook thanks to Isis Audio, and is available on Amazon Audible https://adbl.co/2CyfDfD. Isis Audio interviewed me ahead of the release, and hereContinue reading “A quick piece of news”
Claire Sheldon’s debut novel, Perfect Lie, is released on Choc Lit TODAY, and to help celebrate the launch of her book, here is a Q and A with Clair
Probably the best way to give you a flavour is to share the blurb. Here it is…
If I remind myself why I read and why a lot of other people read – it’s to get away from all of that – escape, relax and enjoy, even if it’s just for the length of time we’re immersed in those beautiful pages.
I’m celebrating their second anniversary with the launch of this trailer. Even two years on, they’re still getting up to all sorts!
Apocalyptic it was not, but it did admittedly turn the world rather orange for a day
Publishers will often say there is no format when it comes to writing in this genre, which is often criticised for being formulaic. Is that the truth?