Lots of goodies in this post, including an excerpt, a chance to win a whopping $50 book token and a chance to discover another author. My review of this tender short story is below. Spotlight on Love by Kristian Parker Book 3 in the Speak Its Name series - https://www.firstforromance.com/series/speak-its-name Add to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/61318698-spotlight-on-love Book... Continue Reading →
Lexington Black is on Kindle Unlimited!
Just sneaking in to tell you ... see above! Just thought I'd try it for a couple of months (and I'm really hoping for some reviews!) If you're a KU customer, this is your chance to grab a copy. Blurb below. That's it... I'll sneak away now... BLURB “When Rob lost control the first time,... Continue Reading →
Holby City: It was home
It was the end of an era on BBC1 last night. Here is Sue’s brilliant review of a show which will be sadly missed for its insight, its bravery and its sheer entertainment.
(Series 23, ep. 50 by Joe Ainsworth 29.3.22) I’ve gone all tearful about this episode over at Metro so please go and have a look. But first…
I can’t really believe this is the end of Holby City. This programme has meant so much to so many people’s lives. For me it turned from just being my favourite TV show to being the best job I’ve ever had when I wrote the Holby book. The weeks that I spent at the studio researching the book and talking to all the incredibly talented, kind and lovely people who make the show are memories I’ll treasure forever.
I actually got a small pay cheque from the BBC when I was invited to a script conference for series 16, so I think I can actually lay claim to being part of the story team. For an hour.
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Review – The Forest (A tale of old magic) by Julia Blake
A romance to get lost in, as this magical, lusty story weaves from century to century, due to the curse of a spurned and vengeful lover. Wykenwode is village out of time, where through the centuries, generations of friends have had their destinies forced upon them by an ancient curse. The story is told via... Continue Reading →
Review – The Thousand Year Divide by Catrin Russell (The Light of Darkness #6)
Every so often a series comes along which is so good, you are left without words. Still, I will try, as this series deserves all the words I can give to it. When I began with Power of Conviction (see my review here,) I said it was a great start to a promising series. This... Continue Reading →
A new release and a Black Friday event
Two things worth mentioning before I get back to reviewing books. First. I have a new book out! No Limits is the explosive sequel to Going Down, a dark, sexy M/M romance with a pansexual book boyfriend to die for. (I mean this. People do tend to die when he's around.) The two books are... Continue Reading →
Review – Meltdown by Max Marlow (Christopher Nicole)
It's wonderful to find a book you've been hunting for; like finding buried treasure. I tell the full story in my September newsletter, but for now, here's my review. I first read this in the early 1990's. In fact, I read it so much, the book disintegrated. It was THAT loved. Fast forward twenty years,... Continue Reading →
New Hot Deals page!
Now you can go straight to the Hot Deals page to find out whether any of my books are on sale when you visit. Right now I'm doing a Black Friday promotion on three of my titles, Going Down, Euphoria and Lexington Black. Each book is $0.99 until the 1st December, so you can buy... Continue Reading →
Welcome to my new site!
I'm learning as I go, so please be patient. Once I've figured out how to work this thing I can go back to writing books. The name is still the same, only the look has changed. In the meantime, here are some gorgeous photos I took during lockdown. We were blessed with fantastic weather in... Continue Reading →
Book review and Giveaway – Innovation (various) Queer Sci Fi 7th Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Genre: LGBTQIA Sci-Fi, Paranormal, Horror, FantasyQueer Sci Fi's sixth annual flash fiction anthology is here - "Innovation" - and there's a giveaway too!IN-NO-VA-TION (Noun)1) A new idea, method, or device.2) The introduction of something new.3) The application of better solutions to meet unarticulated needs.Three definitions to inspire writers around the world and an unlimited number... Continue Reading →