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Category Archives: Hidden Places
I’m at Grace R. Duncan’s today blogging about Cat’s Quill as part of her Throwback Thursday series. Thanks for hosting me! You can read the post here. Advertisements
I’m over at C.S. Poe’s as part of her Monday Feature. Thanks for hosting me. Check out my interview, and some inside information – and a photo – about my writing space here.
I have a gorgeous cover by Anne Cain for One Word, and a release date: 6th November. I’m very much looking forward to being able to share with you.
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews for my regular monthly post. This month’s topic is fantasy. I’d love to know your favourites and what draws you to the genre.
Come join the The Romance Reviews Year End Splash Party 1-31 March! Play games, join the fun and win prizes. Don’t forget to register so you can play the game. It’s free and easy. I’m giving away an ebook copy … Continue reading
Want to read how Tomas and Cathal first met in Cat’s Quill? I’m over at Delighted Reader today as part of their Great Pick Up Line promotion. Check out the post here
I’ve signed a contract with Dreamspinner Press for One Word – projected release date November/December 2017. This story is a side novel to Cat’s Quill and is a contemporary romance with just enough fantasy to connect it to the rest … Continue reading
I’m in a Hidden Places frame of mind at present so continuing on from last week with another Rainbow Snippet from Magic’s Muse. “I dream, Cat.” Will looked down. “I’m torn between wanting the dreams and yet not, because I … Continue reading
My Rainbow Snippet for this week is from Magic’s Muse: His breathing grew heavier. HIs surroundings spun, his vision blurring. He gritted his teeth, trying to get his bearings. The inn was an outline in the distance. The tree seemed … Continue reading