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Category Archives: Slow Dreaming
My Q&A is up for the Romance Reviews Sizzling Summer Reads Party. Check out the question here, choose the right multi-choice answer and be in to win an ebook copy of Slow Dreaming my other NZ set story. Advertisements
Come join The Romance Reviews Sizzling Summer Reads Party 1-30th June! Play games, join the fun and win prizes. Don’t forget to register so you can play the game. It’s free and easy. Lots of prizes to be won! I’ll … 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
I’m taking part in Joyfully Jay’s Beach Read Bonanza. I’ve blogged about Wellington Beaches and Slow Dreaming. There’s a big giveaway to be won at part of the event. Check it out here.
I’m blogging at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words today about the Kiwi connection in my books. This is part of Down Under Showcase month – I’m giving away an ebook from my backlist and there’s a rafflecopter prize for the … Continue reading
I’m blogging over at Charlie Cochet’s The Purple Rose Tea House about a Kiwi in the US. While I haven’t been to there myself I have written several American characters and a Kiwi character there. It wasn’t the stuff I … Continue reading
I’ve updated the site, and revamped it a bit to show forthcoming books in series, and also what I’m working on. I’ve also added a free read Slice of Heaven, which is a follow up to Slow Dreaming. You can … Continue reading
My interview with Blak Rayne is up at her site today. Interesting questions, one of which I got Jason from Slow Dreaming to answer, and an excerpt from that story