Positive Erotica

The stories are diverse in theme and category, and come with a ‘kink’ rating so readers have an idea of what’s in store!

How to write sex scenes – top 10 tips

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.

Dead Interesting

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.

Coming soon…The Curse of Camelot

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!

On the shelf

Soooo happy today that Saving Alice, my Pocket Novel for My Weekly, has hit the shelves today! They bring a new one out every two weeks, so it won’t be out for long. They’re stocked by bigger stores such as WH Smiths and supermarkets. I’m hoping there’ll still be a copy in the shops when…

An ambition realised – well, two!

It’s been a good week in my writing calendar. When you’re busily trying to write your next book, it comes as a wonderful surprise when you get a copy of your last book through the post – all front covered and ready to read! Saving Alice has been published by the same people who create…

My Weekly Pocket Novel accepted!

What a brilliant start to the new year – on Friday I heard that my 50k word submission to My Weekly Pocket Novels has been accepted! It’s a real privilege to be published by My Weekly as they’re such a long-standing, reputable company, and they’re publishing my book – YESSSSSS! Obviously I’m made up about…

Release date – tomorrow!

The time has finally come for my latest book to be released – whoopee!! Secrets of the East Wing is my third book – and naughtiest to date!  It’s my second erotic short story this year, and it’s out tomorrow.  As it’s a short story it’s available as e-book only  It’s about a young English…

Why authors like rejections

Yes, it really is true that writers enjoy receiving a rejection.  Okay, kind of true.  A rejection is not as good as an acceptance, clearly, but it is certainly preferable to the usual alternative, which is being completely, entirely and categorically ignored. Most writers, if they’ve stuck around long enough to send out several of…

Just Imogen

A short cosy story with a happy end…   Imogen went to open the dishwasher to put her empty cereal bowl in, then remembered she didn’t have a dishwasher anymore.  The six-bedroom house she’d lived in, and loved, for the last twenty years during her marriage to George had all the modcons.  But since his…