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Category Archives: Sleepless City
I have asked Dreamspinner Press for the rights back for all of my books with them. I was very excited when they gave me a contract for my first book, and a home for my others, but I’ve been wondering … Continue reading
Family and Reflection is on sale at Dreamspinner Press during May as part of their 12th anniversary. Pick up the ebook for $1.20 US.
Dreamspinner Press is having a wonderfully titled sale called Appreciate a Dragon. Selected dragon books – including my A Knight to Remember are on sale from 16th – 21st January for $1.50. There’s also 35% off shifter titles which includes … Continue reading
Clare London has a Halloween page on her website until 30th November. On it you can find a range of short stories to novels for the season – paranormal, ghostly, horror, romance, and humour. Check out the page here. I … Continue reading
I’m taking part in TRR Year End Splash Party which runs from 1-30 November. I’ll be giving away an ebook copy of Shades of Sepia. More details to follow closer to the date. Meanwhile go check out the site!
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 Amber Kell’s joining in her birthday bash with a short story featuring Simon and Ben from The Sleepless City, and the chance to win an ebook from my backlist. The celebration is running all month – check it … Continue reading
I haven’t posted in Rainbow Snippets for a while as I’ve been busy with deadlines, so it’s great to be back. I’m in the mood for vampires today so this week’s snippet is from Shades of Sepia. I need more … Continue reading
I’m taking part in this – looking forward to it. Lou Hoffmann/Lou Sylvre and I will have booths on 10th, 13th and 16th October, and I’ll be blogging about The Protaganist’s Journey on Authors Speak on the 30th September. Virtual … Continue reading