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Monthly Archives: December 2013
As it’s already 2014 here in New Zealand…. Happy New Year to everyone and I hope 2014 brings everything you want and need. As I tend to do on New Years’ day, I’m looking back on 2013, and also looking … Continue reading
Every Friday in December, Milo James Fowler is hosting ‘Tis More Blessed which is a chance to win books and giveaways. I’m taking part this Friday 27th with a copy of A Knight to Remember up for grabs. Visit In … Continue reading
I have a release date for Shades of Sepia – 31st January 2014. That means I should have the hardcopies by my birthday which makes me happy. In other writing news, 65K into Winter Duet and by my reckoning, if … Continue reading
As it’s Christmas Day here… Happy Christmas and Happy Holidays. Wishing you all a restful and peaceful time over this holiday season. Enjoying the sun here, and the time off the day job, and the return of my Kaylee from … Continue reading
A Knight to Remember is a nominee in this years’ Goodreads’ MM Romance Readers Choice Awards
I’m taking part in Brita Addams‘ Advent Calendar celebrations. There’s a free short Christmas story Under the Mistletoe for Cat and Tomas from Hidden Places, a recipe for Russian Fudge, and my thoughts on what Christmas means to me. I’m … Continue reading
I’m taking part in the Queer Town Abbey Christmas Blog Hop, chatting about Christmas and sharing a recipe for Christmas mince muffins. Pop over to my LJ to read more, and for directions as to how to enter the blog … Continue reading
I’m blogging today at Kim Fielding’s on Kiwi slang and also sharing an excerpt from my upcoming release Shades of Sepia. This is part of a series Kim’s hosting on local customs. Pop over, say hi, and explore
A big welcome to Jamie Lynn Miller on my LJ today. Jamie is sharing an excerpt of her new book, and blogging about a topic dear to my heart – hurt/comfort.