Last Saturday, 4th May, I was thrilled to be taking part in the formal, ‘in real life’ launch of the wonderful anthology, Grant Me the Carving of My Name, in York Library. The setting was absolutely gorgeous, one of the nicest rooms I’ve ever read in, and it was brilliant to see it so full … More Book launch for Grant Me the Carving of My Name
Are you going to be in York on the 4th May? Do you love short stories? Are you a Ricardian? Well then, read on… When: Saturday 4 May, 2–3.30 pm Where: York Explore, Library Square, York YO1 7DS Six authors inspired by England’s last Plantagenet King, Richard III, are launching an anthology of short fiction … More Launch event for Grant Me the Carving of My Name
Well, it’s nearly here… The fourth chapter in the Kindred Spirits adventures, and heading northward, to York. Have you pre-ordered your copy, or are you waiting to take part in the online launch tomorrow? This time around, I’ve not had a formal, physical launch ‘IRL’ as it were, but I did manage to head to … More Kindred Spirits: York – One day to go!
I can’t believe it! One week until Kindred Spirits: York hit the electronic shelves… Have you already pre-ordered your copy? If not, there’s still time, and still time too, to get involved in the online launch, planned for the afternoon and evening of the 31st January 2019. We will have virtual food, drink, games and … More Kindred Spirits: York – One week to go!
It sounds mad to write this, but in just four weeks’ time, the fourth of my Kindred Spirits series, Kindred Spirits: York, will be released by the fabulous Crooked Cat Books. And I’d love for you to join in the fun, by joining me at the online launch. Just click here and head over to … More Kindred Spirits: York – Online launch
It’s time for a great new release from Ocelot Press, just in time for Christmas! Do you need to curl up and get immersed in a fun #romantic comedy to de-stress from Christmas preparations? Let Luke and Rhia from Monogamy Twist embroil you in the mystery of Greywood Hall! Blurb: When Luke Salieri inherits a … More Spotlight: Nancy Jardine, Monogamy Twist
Today on the blog, I’m thrilled to be sharing an excerpt from Judith Arnopp’s latest release, Sisters of Arden, out next Monday. Enjoy! England 1536: For almost four hundred years Arden Priory remains unchanged until a nameless child is abandoned at the gatehouse door; the nuns take her in and raise her as one of their … More Spotlight: Judith Arnopp, Sisters of Arden
Today on the blog, I’m delighted to welcome Nicola Slade, to tell us about her newest release, out today: Happy Publication Day, Nicola! And to celebrate, we have a recipe to try… The Convalescent Corpse A story of Family, Rationing and Inconvenient Corpses. Life in 1918 has brought loss, grief and hardship to the three … More Spotlight: Nicola Slade, The Convalescent Corpse
This time last year, I was nervously checking Amazon to make sure all the buttons, links and images on the page for The Last Plantagenet? had gone live properly. My first adventure into self-publishing, and I was terrified and thrilled in equal parts, and very much looking forward to sharing a glass of fizz with friends … More The Re-launched Plantagenet!
I am so proud to be a member of Elementary Sisterhood, a women writers’ collective, who are launching our first collection this Saturday (tomorrow!) at the Old Low Lights Heritage Centre, North Shields. There are still tickets available, so come along and listen to some fantastic tales of female friendship and solidarity… ‘Sisterhood’ is a collection … More Launching the Sisterhood!