Monday, 24 December 2012

Happy Christmas (and some entertainment!)

I hope you all have a very lovely Christmas and everything you're hoping for in the new year.

As a little Christmas entertainment I've added a funny video with an unexpected ending (I promise no dogs were harmed in the making of this video!)

Saturday, 22 December 2012


Blaze is going to be FREE to download this weekend, so if you haven't snapped it up yet this is your chance.
Pass the message on, we like to be generous with our firemen, we're quite happy to share ;-)
So if you fancy some free holiday reading head over to Amazon and Amazon UK and enjoy x

Friday, 30 November 2012

Exciting news

Today feels like Christmas morning. Seeing my name on the Minx anthology cover has me all hyped up and trying to resist the urge to tell random strangers to look at my book cover on Amazon!

I'm not sure anyone can remember who first suggested the idea but late night Minxy skype chats evolved, quite naturally, into er, chatting about firemen and that evolved into...Blaze


Friday, 20 July 2012

Minx report

I'm blogging over at the Minxes of Romance site today, reporting my feedback from the RNA Penrith Conference 2012 and posting a few photos (all flattering I promise :-) including one of the Minx bag I made specially for Minx attendees.

Thursday, 5 April 2012

Easter treat

If you fancy a free read over Easter (and what have you got to lose, it's FREE :-) download Sally Clements' "Bound to Love". Be quick though, it's only only free Good Friday and Easter Saturday so click on the link asap -

Friday, 24 February 2012

Blogging today...

over at the Minxes of Romance site - When words become enemies.

Saturday, 21 January 2012


It seems I'm famous for the wrong reasons though. I had an online supermarket delivery this week and a woman who normally works in the office was the driver. She said "Oh, didn't you used to live in..." and cited my last address. Warily I said I did and it turns out I am well known in supermarket circles for being, amongst other mishaps, the woman who ordered 77 bananas and recently 146 packets of crisps. Both by mistakes I hasten to add.
"You must have thought I had a crisp fetish." Was all I could think to say.
"Yes, we did." Was the alarming reply.

Oh well, at least I'm keeping them all in gossip.

Two good writing friends on the other hand I'm hoping will become famous for entirely different reasons - huge congrats to Joanne Pibworth and Jackie Ashenden on their recent Entangled pitch successes :-)