Seeing your covert art can be a breath-holding moment if you’ve got a definite idea in your head about what it should look like. It could even be disappointing if the end product isn’t what you envisaged.
I wasn’t sure whether a publisher would accept it as it is rather on the racy side to say the least
It really perked me up last week when I received an email from the Ulverscroft Group saying they’d like to make one of my books into large print. As one of the leading worldwide publishers of large print, this was a great privilege, and it’s nice to know that one of my manuscripts will be…
Belfast is a great choice when you only have a weekend at your disposal
The stories are diverse in theme and category, and come with a ‘kink’ rating so readers have an idea of what’s in store!
No-one thinks Martina Cole goes around torturing people or JK Rowling can actually perform magic. It’s fiction. Get over it and write it all down.
Some of the stories he told were extremely creepy so although I’m really excited about seeing the play, I’m seriously considering taking a cushion to hide behind.
As I haven’t done a book review for ages I thought it about time I got on with one. I read loads of romance but love a good thriller and gobble up anything to do with psychology in business, so this round of recommendations has one of each! Sweet romanceJane Lovering’s Little Teashop of Horrors…
The Curse of Camelot is very ‘out there’ in terms of story line and heat levels. That is, it’s extremely graphic. If you like a bit of a romp, you’re in luck!
Melanie looked up into the brownest eyes she’d ever seen. Wow! She wasn’t expecting him.