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Category Archives: love bytes reviews
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. Advertisements
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews sharing an exclusive excerpt for Prelude to Love. Thanks for hosting me! Read the post here and don’t forget to enter the rafflecopter giveaway.
My monthly post at Love Bytes takes its title from the lyrics of ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as I look back at the year that is coming to a close.
My November monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews is about writing and music, and is in part inspired by the orchestra concert I played in last night.
I’m at Love Bytes Reviews with my cover reveal for Prelude to Love from Dreamspinner Press. I also have a giveaway of my other Wellington set story, Slow Dreaming up for grabs to one lucky commenter. Thanks for hosting me!
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews sharing an exclusive except from One Word. I’m also at the Dreamreaders of Dreamspinner Press’s FB group sharing my top 5 places to go to in Wellington. Thanks for hosting me!
Welcome to the blog tour for One Word – book 3 of my Hidden Places series. Dreamspinner Press also have the ebooks for Cat’s Quill (book1), and Magic’s Muse (book 2) on sale for 75% off on 6th November as … Continue reading
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews is about forks in the road. Read the full post here.
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews today with my cover reveal for One Word which is now on pre-order from Dreamspinner Press. Check out the gorgeous cover by Anne Cain, and thank you, Dani Elle Maas for hosting me! Leave … Continue reading
My monthly blog post at Love Bytes is all about food, and fiction. Or should that be fiction, and food? Check out the post here.