The paperback version of ‘Friendship, Love and Sangria’ is now available on Amazon!
I hadn’t planned on releasing the sequel to ‘Friendship, Love and Apple Tea‘ as a paperback through Amazon for another month yet as it has been available to purchase direct from me since mid-June. I love sending them straight to readers as it means I can sign them if asked, and I personally post every copy. But, although I’ve shared the website link and let people know, I’ve still been inundated with emails and messages asking when it’s out on Amazon. So, here it is… Continue reading “Paperback available on Amazon…”
‘Friendship, Love and Sangria’ has only been out four days as an e-book but the first reviews are already in, which is amazing! Thank you, thank you, thank you…
Reviews are so valuable for an author, whether good or ‘developmental’ (you can tell I’m a trainer…), and can truly make all the difference. Plus, I’m always touched that someone has actually gone out of their way and spent their time and effort to talk about my book. It’s the same when readers email me, or message me on Facebook. I appreciate it so much. Whatever form of communication it can often be the only way a writer knows if what we do is working or if we should do things differently. So, thank you… Continue reading “The photos behind the story…”
So, the day is nearly here! The sequel to my first novel is due for release early June and sees the return of Lou Granger, wanting to be back in Marmaris but finding herself in sunny Spain.
‘Friendship, Love and Sangria’… here’s the blurb: Continue reading “Title [Tick] Book cover [Tick] Blurb [Tick]… all set for release early June!”
I can’t quite believe it’s October already but, although sad to see the Summer go, I must say I’m starting to love Autumn the older I get. I think it’s the colours and sunshine, it’s so pretty. I find writing in Autumn and Winter easier too as there are less distractions, such as sitting in the sunny garden with loved ones, BBQs, holidays… Actually, most things distract me easily from writing and I have so many mega deadlines to meet. Hence the lack of blog posts these last few weeks. Or months. Oh, it is actually months… sorry! Continue reading “Why I Love Being an Indie Author…”
I can’t believe it’s June already and we’re half way through 2016. In fact, I do believe it, as my Dad sends us regular messages similar to: ‘this time in 8 months it will be Christmas Day’, ‘this time in 7 months it will be Christmas Eve’, etc etc… but still, it’s whizzing past. Continue reading “Writing, Pigeons and the Fatty Fudge…”
Well, firstly, my promise to publish a blog post every week has gone a bit off target. Ok, not a bit, a lot. Why? Well, actually, I don’t even have a really good excuse, it’s just that the start of this year has flown by and I’ve had lots of little things going on that have all merged together to form a big thing. Continue reading “March 2016 news…”
I find it really difficult to get motivated to write on days like today. It’s a grey, mild, January, Sunday evening and my brain doesn’t want to come out to play. I took it out to the cinema this afternoon, so you’d think it would be a bit grateful and meet me half way. But no… it’s decided to stay full of cotton wool. So, I’m going to read about writing instead as at least that’s moving forward, albeit not in quite the direction I should be if I’m going to keep on schedule to get book number 3 finished (well, started… oops). Continue reading “My favourite books on ‘writing’…”