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I’ve been writing for publication since childhood, with varying success. Over the last forty years I have published quite a few short s...
My latest book A SHOP GIRL AT SEA releases a week tomorrow (April 9th) and its biggest inspiration was my wish to one day write a book set o...
This month saw the publication of my sixth historical romance, Daniel’s Daughter. I had never considered myself a saga writer until this...
Amazon UK Amazon US This month's book review is for The Princess Plan by Julia London. This is book 1 in Julia's latest se...
My  thanks to Rachel for having me, it’s lovely to be here. I write gritty northern historicals for Transworld, Penguin Random Ho...
The richest man aboard the Titanic was John Jacob Astor IV whose wealth was an estimated $2 billion dollars in today's money. He was...
Readers often ask where authors get their ideas from, or how a book came to be written. The origin of my ninth novel, HIDDEN proves the o...
Writing about an Edwardian department store has meant that I have had to immerse myself in the fashions of the era and, to be perfectly h...
Happy Saga Saturday, everyone, and a big thank you to Rachel Brimble for featuring me on her blog today. I took up writing fiction aft...
The giveaway fun continues in March! The grand prize for my new Regency Romance Giveaway is a signed copy of CHRISTMAS AT PENNINGTON&#...
Woohoo!! I am so happy the time has FINALLY arrived that I can officially reveal the cover for my next book A SHOP GIRL AT SEA (Penningto...
I've been self-published since 2011. When I first started I thought I had one book which I needed to write, but it turned out tha...
Amazon UK This month's review is for The Break by Marian Keyes... I have been a huge Marian Keyes' fan for YEARS and have b...
Confidence is a funny thing isn’t it. You can look at someone and think, ‘Yep, they’ve got their stuff together, they know exactly ...