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A Widow's Vow: Coming in September!      

  MY REVIEW A Ration Book Daughter is the fifth book in the Ration Book series but I promise this latest instalment can absolutely be read a...
When I decided to write a trilogy about three Victorian prostitutes living and working together in the city of Bath, England, the first thin...
  It's May Madness and my latest Giveaway is LIVE! For the very first time I am giving away a signed copy of A Widow's Vow and if th...
  Family sagas have been long-time favourites of readers, and we especially love them at Ulverscroft. In fact, we love them so much, we have...
I have been writing for 16 years now and in that time I have always wanted to write a book set (or partially set) on the Titanic. The traged...
  It’s been a kind of an escape this past year immersing myself in England’s romantic Regency age, something I’ve been doing for a while now...
One of my favourite things about writing historical romance (as well as all the delicious research!) is choosing where my heroes and heroine...
As I write this, we're just coming to the end of Women's History Month, which feels very relevant to me as I start the third book of...
  When I start writing a series the first thing I need to estalish is the series theme, from there I take into account the link that will ho...
    MY  REVIEW This is the first book I have read by Sheila Riley and I am so happy that it is the first book in a brand new series - I am l...
Books 1 & 2 in my latest historical series are now available for download with book 3 (the final instalment!) coming later this year! If...
  Enter today for the chance to WIN a signed copy of HER ONE TRUE LOVE and a £10/$10 Amazon Gift Certificate... Good Luck! http://www.raffle...
  Hi Colin, welcome to my blog! I am looking forward to learning more about you and your novel, Let's Dance In The Kitchen - let's k...
  Each time I start thinking about a new book or series, one of the first things I have to determine is the theme - what message do I want r...
  Gardens as inspiration   I’m lucky to have several properties with beautiful gardens within a short drive of where I live in East Kent. ...