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Category Archives: prelude to love
I’m blogging about my writing plans for 2022 at Love Bytes Reviews this month. And don’t forget January’s sale book! #timetravel #newzealandromance #undercoveragent #hurtcomfort #mmromance Slow Dreaming A Tempus Institute Story. Should he change the past for love? As an … Continue reading
From Prelude to Love: “Hmm.” Joel took a bite of toast and chewed thoughtfully. “I think the pieces are coming together well, but what you said has possibilities. If Toni takes my orchestra rehearsal at the school one evening, I … Continue reading
From Prelude to Love. The road was slow going with several speed humps, and a stream ran alongside it. Small families of ducks swam together, although one loner had gone ahead. In the distance Joel could hear shouting and cheering … Continue reading
From Prelude to Love: A trumpet blared, jarring Marcus from his thoughts. Joel lowered his baton, and although most of the orchestra stopped, the kid playing the trumpet didn’t seem to notice. “Quentin!” Joel called, and the kid suddenly stopped … Continue reading
From Prelude to Love: He grabbed his trolley and headed into the supermarket, a sale on chocolate catching his eye. Chocolate was made with vegetables, right? He could totally justify a couple of blocks. He paused, trying to decide between … Continue reading
Working on edits for Prelude to Love: Marcus followed Isabel’s directions and pulled up in front of the one-storey duplex she’d indicated. Grey-and-white birds cooed outside, busying themselves finding food in the grass under the large pōhutukawa trees lining the … Continue reading
From Prelude to Love, which has just gone off to betas: “You should take the cable car up to Kelburn if you haven’t already,” Bernadette added. “Keith and I used to do that before we were married. We’d walk down … Continue reading
On the second draft of Prelude to Love, then onto betas: By the time Joel reached the house he was wet through. He dived through the door, dripping puddles onto the mat. He shook out the sweatshirt he’d held over … Continue reading
Ten pages to go and I’ve finished the first draft of the 2nd edition of Prelude to Love “Want me to take my usual spot?” Marcus didn’t want to distract Joel too much. “Yeah, if that works. Sorry, there isn’t … Continue reading