sweet romance

There’s a meeting point between Regency romance and fantasy.

Regency romance, since the days of its invention by the amazing Georgette Heyer, is frothy, light and humorous, set in the times of the King Georges of England, and involves feisty, often impoverished damsels and the dukes and earls who love them. Fantasy is big and sprawling and can be anything from elves to robots, […]

Book Reviews – May 2016

I’ve missed a few months of book reviews – not that I haven’t been reading books, its more that I’ve been too slack to write the reviews! Actually, I think I’ve probably posted a few on Amazon and Goodreads in the past few months, but here are three that I definitely read in May: If […]

Update: The Quiet One

It’s been a wonderfully hectic few weeks. I’ve been working to get my novel, The Quiet One, organised for publication on 31 March 2016. Squee! I’m so excited to finally have one of my works out in the public eye! I decided to self-publish my contemporary romance novel series, and pitch my historical novel to […]

Loving Louise

This is just a little taster for you of the world of provincial pre-revolutionary France, where my upcoming novel, The Hidden Duchess is set. 3900 words Louise sighed, irritated with herself. She had just daydreamed away a good half an hour – thinking about Francois again, of course.  The always-present-but-completely-unattainable Francois. She pulled her puckering […]

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