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Monthly Archives: March 2013
From ‘Shades of Sepia’. Current word count: 28,164. “It reminded me of you.” “Of me?” Simon hoped his voice didn’t sound too strained. He felt a chill crawl up his spine. “What did the man look like, Ben?”
A big welcome to Augusta Li on my LJ today. Augusta is sharing her thoughts on characterisation and sharing an excerpt from her new book Ice and Embers.
As I have now a nice shiny contract and a projected publication date for ‘A Knight to Remember’, I’ve added it to the Bliblography page and given it a page of its own under One Shots, complete with a blurb … Continue reading
A huge welcome to fellow Dreamspinner author, and friend, Elizabeth Noble on my LJ today 🙂 Elizabeth is my partner-in-crime for the urban fantasy series The Sleepless City. She’s sharing with us some insight into her Sentries series, and an excerpt … Continue reading
I came from from work tonight to find a contract in my inbox from Dreamspinner Press for my novel ‘A Knight to Remember’, publication date June/July. This is the quest for the sword with dragons story. Woot
I was asked by a fellow m/m author, and friend, Charlie Cochrane, to answer a couple of questions: Can ‘Happy Ever Afters’ work in m/m Historical fiction and whether too many of them – as is often said – are … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed by Cate Ashwood Drop by, leave a comment, and explore Cate’s site. As well as the interview, there’s an excerpt from ‘A Knight to Remember’. With a dragon
Sue Brown is celebrating cover art this week, and Magic’s Muse and Shadowboxing are both featured. Go check out all the covers and leave a comment. There are some gorgeous covers out there and I love the idea of celebrating … Continue reading
Lex Chase is blogging at my LJ today, talking about the 80s and sharing an excerpt from her new release Pawn Takes Rook. Pop over and say hi.
Nessa L Warin is guest blogging on my LJ today promoting her new release, Storm Season. She’s written an alternative perspective on the first meeting between her characters. Come on over, read, and leave her a comment.