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Category Archives: guest blogging
I’m been visiting virtually this week. I had a lovely chat with an old friend, Andy Gallo, Comment on the post and be in to win an ebook of Shadowboxing, which is a great chance to get started on that … Continue reading
Lou Sylvre and I are over at The Blogger Girls talking about our adventures co-writing The Harp and the Sea as part of our tour with IndiGo Marketing & Design. Check out the post here
I’m revisiting Pencarrow with my co-author Lou Sylvre as part of our re-release of Sunset at Pencarrow from JMS Books. You can read the post at Andy Gallo’s here
I’m over at Because Two Men Are Better Than One talking about Sunset at Pencarrow (co-written with Lou Sylvre) and Kiwi Slang. You can read the post here
I’m over at Nic Starr’s for her #friendlyfriday talking about writing Sunset at Pencarrow with Lou Sylvre and the fun we had setting the story in New Zealand. Thanks for hosting, Nic ❤ You can read the post here
I’m at Grace R. Duncan’s today blogging about why I wrote On Wings of Song as part of her Throwback Thursday series. Thanks again, Grace, for hosting me. You can read the post here.
I’m blogging about how time flies, looking at the past month and the next few at Love Bytes this month. There’s also the last chance to win an audio code for Prelude to Love.
I’m at fellow NZRRW author Jamie Sands’ blogging about why I write historicals. Thanks for hosting me. You can check out the post here.
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews for February is about Spreading the Word AKA Why I Review. Thanks for hosting me. You can read the post here
My first monthly Love Bytes Reviews Post is about my great start to the year. Not. And what I’m looking forward to in 2018. Thanks for hosting me! You can read the post here.