Book trailers for Christmas 2020

Not long now until these three books release. All are slated for a Dec 1 date. They are all up for preorder now. The links go to Amazon UK. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Streets-Shineth-Prayer-Whodunit-Thriller-ebook/dp/B08KSJNC3J https://www.amazon.co.uk/Christmastime-London-Town-Passport-Romance-ebook/dp/B08KSKW5RB/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/Virtually-Yours-Christmas-Holiday-Extravaganza-ebook/dp/B08KSJX9KN/ I have made a book trailer for each one, with the music commissioned and written for them. dark streets -- https://youtu.be/RZoqBXU75vE london town … Continue reading Book trailers for Christmas 2020

Lockdown2, Nanowrimo, and a poem

Cast for new book So here we stand on the verge of another lockdown, and depending which cabinet minister you believe it's a month or until next year! But it's also November and thus nanowrimo time. This year I'm being ridiculous and doing three things at once. Maybe four. So I have a main doc … Continue reading Lockdown2, Nanowrimo, and a poem

Long time no blog.

Well, it's all changed here since I last posted. And I know July was a little while ago, but seriously, nothing is in the same place. I really don't know why sites have to mess with formatting when everything works pretty well in the first instance. Anyway, the reason for the long absence is writing... … Continue reading Long time no blog.

An Aussie Christmas Angel

So this story is unlike any other I've written. It all really happened. Well, most of it. We always teased my brother that Miss Right lived in Australia. Turns out she did. I used their story with permission, changed the timeline from 5 months to a few weeks, and maybe invented their thoughts... But the … Continue reading An Aussie Christmas Angel

A Mummy For Christmas

So I know I said these were going in chronological order... I decided to go alphabetically instead. So here's today's Christmas in July offering.   Blurb: Stan Fuller juggles a full time job as an airline pilot, along with being a single father to eight year old Haley Jo. When he becomes a reluctant Father … Continue reading A Mummy For Christmas

Two new book contracts

  Yesterday I signed a contract for Two new books. Both Christmas ones and both with Pelican Book Group. They will be out in December as part of the extravaganza. Christmastime in London Town, part of the passport to romance line, should also be out later in the year. The photo is my desk... yes, … Continue reading Two new book contracts

Christmas in July…

Well why not? And the way the year has been going, it ought to be December by now, right? Anyway, this month will just be spotlighting my Christmas stories. And there are lots of them. As a teaser, today's post will be lots of pictures. I've made these for most of my books now and … Continue reading Christmas in July…

Sunday’s Child

And almost 2 weeks later, here's Sunday's Child. Sunday’s Child on life seas is tossed, awaiting the lifeboat that rescues the lost… Hattie Steele feels like the world is passing her by. Her entire life revolves around the guest house she runs in Headley Cross with her overbearing twin brother. He even attempts to undermine … Continue reading Sunday’s Child

We interrupt the book posts…

So I had the Sunday's Child post all ready to go. It still is, and it should have gone up yesterday, but somehow after the weekend it doesn't seem right. Reading today is a town in mourning following Saturday's terrorist attack. My hometown. Where I trained, qualified, met, married, had kids, still live. We had … Continue reading We interrupt the book posts…

Saturday’s Child

Naming the character joke continued with this book. After all, we have Liam Page the English teacher so why not Aaron Field the farmer. That's where the jokes end as this is probably the darkest book I've ever written or am likely to write. Like I said in an earlier blog post, I started this … Continue reading Saturday’s Child