Join Leisl Leighton, Maria Lewis, Daniel deLorne and Clare Connelly as they discuss the role of sex in modern day romances.
I am appearing at the Williamstown Literary Festival on a panel on Sunday 16th June from 3pm at the Croquet Club, with the amazing Ebony McKenna and E.B Tait to discuss what we can learn from the romance genre about ourselves and our culture. It’s going to be a fascinating discussion served up with High Tea and we’d love you … 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
It’s been a bit of a big weekend for me. Yesterday, after having many things over the holidays upset my writing schedule, I actually managed to finish the final draft of Blood Moon – hooray! I thought I wasn’t going to get it done before the end of January. But I got some time yesterday and just went to it … Read More
I’m over on Darkside Downunder today featured in their Magic Thursday blog talking about what I love about being creative and how it works for me in my writing and acting and how that affected how Dark Moon became a Paranormal Romance. I’d love you to visit and comment and let me know what in your life is magic for … Read More
Today it’s my pleasure to do a blog swap with fellow RWA author and paranormal romance lover, Nicole Murphy. While she is multi-published, I thought it would be interesting to hear a little about her call story with a twist. Take it away, Nicole. My call story – I never got a phone call. Whenever I read other people’s call … Read More
The last few months have been a bit of a blur in regards to all the guest posts I’ve written for Dark Moon. It’s been fun looking at my novel and characters in different ways and answering a whole heap of questions about my process and where my ideas come from, but they are all a bit of a scramble … Read More