New Book Contract

I had a nice email last night - a contract for Blue Christmas. This one is set in Cornwall and entirely my editors fault. She sent me a photo and the phrase Blue Christmas as inspiration... and this book is the result. Here's the cast photo. And the working blurb. This may well change slightly … Continue reading New Book Contract

Long time no post

I do apologise. I had no idea it had been half a year since my last post on here. In a way, nothing has happened, but then again it has. So book news. I have signed contracts for two new books. One will be out this Christmas as part of the extravaganza, probably in December. … Continue reading Long time no post

Release Day – Christmastime in London Town

cast list And before anyone says anything about posting pics of cute kids... they be my kids and said kids will prob kill me now as they are 26 and 25.... Anyway, a little background for you. If you've read my previous series, Signal Me, Staci will need no introduction. She's now grown up, with … Continue reading Release Day – Christmastime in London Town

Release Day – Virtually Yours at Christmas

cast list. Well this one wasn't meant to happen at all lol. I'd subbed Dark Streets, then lockdown 1 happened. I was standing in a supermarket queue, the sixth one of the day, just trying to get the basics. And my muse wanted to know what a lockdown Christmas would look like. So I wrote … Continue reading Release Day – Virtually Yours at Christmas

It’s release day! Dark Streets Shineth.

Today sees the launch of the Pelican Book Group Christmas Extravaganza. And the release of my three offerings. As I promised here's a look at each book, with a sneak preview and a cast pic for good measure. OK, having just fought this page for half an hour, trying to get all the photos in … Continue reading It’s release day! Dark Streets Shineth.

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

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

Friday’s Child

Today we have Friday's Child. Patrick's story. Or Pi. Or Agent 3.14 as his brother and sister call him. Friday's Child is a man obsessed... MI-5 agent Patrick Page is on the trail of a drug smuggler. He doesn't have time to revisit his past when he reconnects with the girl who got away--his girlfriend … Continue reading Friday’s Child

Thursday’s Child

Forgot what day of the week it was for a moment. Either lockdown brain or a senior moment. Or a blonde moment. Any will do 😉 So, on to Thursday's Child. Again lots of action and daring rescues and a firefighter for a hero. His name is easy. Jared. The heroine is Niamh. That's Neeve, … Continue reading Thursday’s Child