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How a group of authors became friends and inspired each other #amwriting #authorsontheedge

Sometimes writing can be a lonely business. The only people you meet are the characters inside your head, and the only exciting things that happen are the ones you dream up. 910 more words

Five Photos ... with Lizzie Lamb

My guest today is the lovely Lizzie Lamb. Lizzie was the first author I ever got in touch with, and she very kindly answered my questions with great patience. 1,396 more words

Questioning the Happily Ever After in Romance in 2018

I’ve only written one romance,¬†Been Searching for You, but there is a romantic element to everything I write, so I do (sometimes reluctantly) identify as a romance author. 1,067 more words



Great news.

Back in December, I posted a quick blog about my friend’s first novel being published.
Read about it here.

I’m happy to announce that he has now been nominated for a ‘Joan Hessayon Award’ by the Romantic Novelists Assosciation. 45 more words

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Romantic Novelists' Association Thank You Giveaway

A few weeks ago I received a top secret email telling me I had been short-listed for The Romantic Novelists’ Association¬†Industry Awards Media Star Award. 817 more words

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A sad post with a happy ending by one of my favourite book bloggers, Linda Hill. Linda is very generously running a giveaway of an Amazon gift card as a thanks for her recent award from the Romantic Novelists' Association. Congratulations, Linda!

Welcome M W Arnold, The Season for Love @rararesources @mick859

I don’t often invite authors onto my blog but I’ve made an exception for M W Arnold as Mick is a stalwart member of my street team, Team Sue Moorcroft. 1,212 more words


Mick Arnold - A Man in a Woman's World

The USP for Mick Arnold’s debut festive novel is his gender.¬† The Season for Love is a Christmas romance and, unusually for a romance author, Mick is a man. 742 more words