Talking Travel

One of the nice things about being a writer is the interaction you have with bloggers, and this week I got to chat all about travel with the fabulous Karen King. She has a feature on her blog every Thursday when she chats to different authors about how the places showcased in their books and…

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Being interviewed by The Blossom Twins

I’ve been a fan of the fabulous Blossom Twins, Lucy and Kelly, for a couple of years now, and their blog ‘Sweet Is Always In Style’. They, and their individual accounts, on Instagram are really fun and inspirational as they chat about books, health, fitness, beauty, food and general lifestyle. If you’re interested in any of…

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Getting Ready For Release – And Reviews!

Yes! In just eleven days time, ‘The Christmas Project’, my second book with HQ (formerly Carina), a digital imprint of Harper Collins will be released into the world! (For more details and all the goss on Kate and Michael, hop over to the ‘Books’ tab at the top of the page). It’s incredibly exciting to have…

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Keeping Track Of What I Read

I read. A lot. Still not as much as I’d like, or as much as some other people. But quite a lot. And over the last few years, I’ve started keeping a list of the books I’ve read, just for my own interest. It also helps me see if I’ve read more or less than…

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Playlist for ‘Winter’s Fairytale’

You’ve got the book, now get the soundtrack! Fancy listening to some tunes whilst you get those last minute tasks done? Well, I have the perfect playlist for you! Those lovely people at Carina UK asked me to put together a playlist for my book, ‘Winter’s Fairytale’. And then they did clever things and made it into…

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Why I’m enchanted by ‘Enchanted’

If you’re looking for a bit of romantic escapism, then one of my top recommendations has to be Disney’s ‘Enchanted’.  With a great cast – you can hardly go wrong when you have Amy Adams, Susan Sarandon and Timothy Spall all in the same place – this is one of those movies that is, ostensibly,…

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