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

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

Wednesday’s Child

The day's of the week series continues with Wednesday and Liam's story. Liam is one of three (his twin Niamh is Thursday's Child, and his older brother Patrick is Friday's Child.) Liam is an English teacher and is tired of being teased about that, so I wouldn't try it. Wednesday's Child grieves for his soul... … Continue reading Wednesday’s Child

Tuesday’s Child

Since it's Tuesday... here's a little about Tuesday's Child before we jump into blurbs and extracts. Adeline was a challenge from the get go as she's deaf. Which means she won't hear thunder or rain, or people walking up behind her... or serial killers for that matter. But she does have a cute dog and … Continue reading Tuesday’s Child

Monday’s Child.

This week, you'll get one blog a day as I work my way through Monday's Child - the series. First a little series background. Monday’s Child must hide for protection, Tuesday’s Child tenders direction Wednesday’s Child grieves for his soul Thursday’s Child chases the whole Friday's Child is a man obsessed Saturday’s Child might be … Continue reading Monday’s Child.

Season for Miracles

This is the book that started it all. Contracted back in April 2010 and published in November the same year. Yes, this year marks 10 years as a published author. A Killer lurks in Headley Cross… …And Holly Carmichael is the only woman to survive his attack. Now she lives in fear, searching for normalcy … Continue reading Season for Miracles

The Slayer postcards book 4

The Slayer sends his last two postcards to Isabel. Only one is cryptically labeled I.C.1   When we were kids we always said that the 11th commandment was Thou shalt not get caught. Isabel, obviously heard the same thing and even adds a 12th commandment at some point when she takes exception to the nasty … Continue reading The Slayer postcards book 4