If you loved Climbing Fear, I’d be super grateful if you showed your love by voting for it in the Better Reading Top 100 books of the year. Voting is open now. How to vote: Go to the Better Reading website (https://www.betterreading.com.au/news/enter-the-draw-to-win-australias-top-100-books/) and enter Climbing Fear and my name under the title and author. If you agree to Better Reading’s … Read More
I bought a new Christmas Tree this year. It was an extravagance I should probably not have splurged on given we have been hit this year by the Covid-effect of income decreases for months for my hubby and a loss of assessment and mentoring clients for me – as well as some paid opportunities on panels etc – due to … Read More
I’ve been invited to chat with amazing Australian author, Nicola Marsh and the lovely Craig and Phil from Happy Valley Books Read about our recent releases, writing rural romance and what inspires us.. Wednesday 25th November @ 6pm with romance.com.au Details in the pic below. Can’t wait! See you there.
Climbing Fear, the first novel in my rural romantic suspense CoalCliff Stud series is out and more readers have been sharing their pics of it out in the world – which is amazing given I can’t get out to see it myself. Thank you to every one of you who has posted a pic online or sent it to me. … Read More
With the release of Climbing Fear this week, I’ve had the opportunity to be a guest on a few blogs over the last couple of weeks. I’ve had the fun of chatting about Friends, the impact of Broken Heroes on my writing, shows to binge on and chatting about writing Climbing Fear with Mrs B of Mrs B’s Book Reviews. … Read More
Climbing Fear came out in stores on the 7th October – very exciting – and I’ve been answering lots of questions about it, so I thought I’d wrap them all up here with a post about what inspired me to write Nat and Reid’s story. Horsey Inspiration When I was a young girl, I was horse mad. I wanted my … Read More
I wrote an article for Romance.com.au about the show Friends and why people still love it so much after all these years – and why it’s finding a new audience (my 18 year old son watches it with me and particularly loves Chandler). It was so much fun revisiting my favourite episodes and scenes and I’m keen to see if … Read More