Monthly Archives: September 2014

Interviewed by Charlie Cochrane

I’ve been interviewed by Charlie Cochrane today. Fun questions about writing, reading, and publishing, and I’m sharing a secret. Advertisements

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Welcome Tempeste O’Riley

I’m hosting Tempeste O’Riley today on my LJ. Tempeste is blogging about her new release Temptations of Desire There’s also a Rafflecopter giveaway

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New Reviews for The Sleepless City

It’s all go this week. Both Shades of Sepia and Electric Candle were reviewed by Gay List Book Reviews. You can read the review for Shades of Sepia here, and the review for Electric Candle here.

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Rainbow Awards Honourable Mentions

Shades of Sepia and Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle have both received honourable mentions in this years’ Rainbow Awards. You can read the judge’s comments for Shades of Sepia here, and Electric Candle here.

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Blogging at Charlie Cochet’s

I’m blogging at Charlie Cochet‘s today about Winter Duet and the use of code in music.

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TRR Q&A up

Come join the TRR Fall Into Love Party in September! Play games, join the fun and win prizes! There’s a chance to win an ebook copy of Shadowboxing today – check it out here Great timing with the sequel Winter … Continue reading

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Blogging at Nic Starr’s

I’m blogging over at Nic Starr‘s today about locations in my upcoming release, Winter Duet

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Shades of Sepia audiobook!

Now it’s official, I can share. Shades of Sepia is going to be an audiobook! I don’t have a release date but am expecting it late this year 🙂

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Review – The Key of Behliseth by Lou Hoffmann

A Harmony Ink YA book. I’ve read a lot of YA fantasy over the years, having got hooked into the genre through authors such as Susan Cooper and Ursula Le Guin. Reading The Key of Behliseth reminds me of why … Continue reading

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Welcome Louise Lyons

I’m hosting Louise Lyons today on my LJ. Louise is sharing an excerpt from her new release Conflicted

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