Elisabeth Rose talks to me about her new novel, A Light in the Dark and how she got published.
Today on my blog I have the pleasure of welcoming back fellow Aussie author, Renée Dahlia. Like me, Renée loves romance. Her rural-set novels are full of feisty heroines and strong, intelligent men, wound through with her love of the country, horse racing industry and accompanied by her signature dark humour. Renée has a science degree in physics and in … Read More
Today I have Madeline Ash as a guest blogger. Madeline is a pocket-sized powerhouse who writes stories that are real and have sweet sizzle. I’ve enjoyed her other books and am looking forward to reading her latest, Love & Other Lies. Madeline’s new heroine is an interesting mix of sweet, sexy and flawed. I love a flawed character and so … Read More
I can’t believe it’s almost Christmas again – this year has gone way too fast, right? One of my favourite things about Christmas time (apart from the time with family and friends, the decorations, the tree, the anticipation and celebration, the food I never eat at any other time, the making of gifts and sending of cards and the general … Read More
I’m a guest over at SE Gilchrist‘s Blog where I talk Trick or Treating, Halloween mythology and why I set Dark Moon’s climax on All Hallow’s Eve/Samhain. I’d love you to visit and leave a comment.
Hey all, The lovely Nicole Murphy who guested right here last week has me as a guest on her blog right now. I’m talking about my call story and Dark Moon and I’d love you to drop on by. Check it out her: Nicole Murphy’s Blog Hope to see you there. 🙂
It’s been a tough week for me, with terrible headaches that culminated in a migraine that struck me at work on Wednesday and sent me off to hospital. Blch! So it’s been a week of no computer for me. Luckily I pre-published Daniel DeLorne’s guest blog with me on Thursday (check it out here) and I had already organised this … Read More
I’m over on Book Babe today promoting Dark Moon and having a general chat about something I’ve not talked about much before. Tara at Book Babe asked me about how my acting influenced my writing, a question a few people have been interested in, but I’ve never been asked to write an entire blog about it. So, I began to … Read More
I’m a bit hot in the cheeks having been a guest over on the Steamy Puddings blog talking about Dark Moon and things I’d much prefer not think about when I’m reading fiction. If you haven’t been over to Steamy Puddings, it’s worth a visit – particularly if you feel like a little bit of a visit on the naughty side. … Read More
I’m really thrilled to have Georgina Penney on my blog today. Not only has Georgina written a funny, witty and different new Chic Lit novel, Irrepressible You, but she has lived most of her fascinating life overseas in places that many romance books are set. Funnily enough, the setting of her new novel is Australia – I guess the grass … Read More
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