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Category Archives: Kedgetown
Rainbow Snippets is a group who post 6 sentences each week from LTBTQ+ fiction or a book rec. Check out the FB page for more. #RainbowSnippets This week’s snippet is from Postscript. “That’s the bakery and definitely a place you … Continue reading
Postscript is now available to pre-order! Once it releases on the 7th February it will also be available through KU. #paranormal #psychicpowers #bookshop #smalltownromance #newzealandromance #mmromance #sweetwithheat #mystery #vampire #werewolf #supernatural #dualtimeline #thesleeplesscitysharedworld #PNR Kedgetown Book 1 A magical bookshop … Continue reading
All going to plan, this will be the last WIP post with this story as it will be formatted and ready to go this time next week. “Magic….” Elijah didn’t look happy. He moved closer to Mason. “You mean that … Continue reading
“Hey, Fi, how’s it going?” Mason hadn’t talked to his sister since he’d come to Kedgetown, although they’d kept in contact via text. “Hey, Mason, enjoying the weather?” Fiona sounded tired, although a hint of her usual bubbly personality still … Continue reading
#coverreveal Sharing my lovely cover for Postscript, courtesy of TL Bland. Coming 7th February! #paranormal #psychicpowers #bookshop #smalltownromance #newzealandromance #mmromance #sweetwithheat #vampire #werewolf #supernatural #dualtimeline #thesleeplesscitysharedworld Kedgetown Book 1 A magical bookshop holds the keys. When Mason Chynoweth inherits an … Continue reading
Just sent 2nd edits back, so on track for a February release. “The Lemon Tree hasn’t lost its touch. Their coffee is still as good as I remember it. Aunty A sent food for lunch she bought from there too, … Continue reading
As it’s New Year’s Eve here in NZ, I’m looking back on 2022, and all the best to you and yours for 2023. 2022 wasn’t a great year. I had a few health things going on, and I lost my … Continue reading
A moment later, Mason gasped for breath. “I saw… what….” He glanced around the table. “It’s a very old serving spoon,” Annalise said. “With a lot of history. It was a wedding present from an old friend. I’m not sure … Continue reading