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A Brutal Gem

A Brutal Gem

I’m reading a lot of YA at the moment. I think it’s because the genre pushes so many boundaries and isn’t so set in its ways (for want of a better term) compared with...

How do you see yourself?

Doesn’t matter if you’re male or female, there’s invariably a huge disconnect between the way we see ourselves, and the way others see us. I guess this wouldn’t...

Top Romance Free Books on iTunes

Sorry about the blatant self-promotion — and there’s a part of me that’s cringing at doing this. But the part of me that’s worked my butt off as a writer (and...
The Dayamari Seers are unleashed

The Dayamari Seers are unleashed

So y’all probably know that within the romance genre as a whole I’ve written stories in a range of genres, right? Sexy paranormal romance (The Crystal Warriors Series),...

Breaking out on iTunes

If you’ve been following this blog you’ll already know I have a couple of freebie eBooks available at a variety of eBook stores right now. (So feel free to ignore the following...

Dance like no one is watching

I haven’t been to a dance class in far too long (for a variety of reasons I won’t bore you with). So I’m living vicariously through YouTube videos — as you do...

Seer’s Choice – excerpt

Aaaand finally, another nice long excerpt from Seer’s Choice: Seer’s Choice (Book Three of The Seer Trilogy) – Excerpt Prologue He was so deep in thought he didn’t...

Seer’s Promise – excerpt

Aaaand another nice long excerpt from Seer’s Promise: Seer’s Promise (Book Two of The Seer Trilogy) – Excerpt Something pointy and hard dug into her back. Hope dragged...