Monday, 2 May 2022
Thursday, 7 April 2022
I'll be throwing one of my books into the spotlight each month during 2022 and next up is The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts
Thursday, 10 March 2022
I'll be throwing one of my books into the spotlight each month during 2022 and next up is the second book in the Beginner's Guide series, A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do.
Ruth can’t quite believe she’s managed to snag The One but when he proposes, she can finally accept that she’s found her happily ever after. But when Ruth finds herself booking her dream church for just six weeks away, she starts to panic. You can’t plan a whole wedding at such short notice. Can you?
Trina has only just walked down the aisle, but she’s already starting to question whether they can make their marriage work. Will they survive the honeymoon period, or have they just made a very big – and very expensive – mistake?
Erin has somehow found herself agreeing to be a bridesmaid for the tackiest wedding known to man. With drunk hens, ridiculous outfits and a terrifying wedding planner, just what has Erin signed up for?
Thursday, 3 March 2022
Did you know that you can read eight of my romantic comedies for free with Kindle Unlimited?
The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea
A Beginner's Guide To Salad
A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do
A Beginner's Guide To Family Life
Everything Changes But You
The Wedding Date
The 12 Christmases of You & Me
The Perfect Winter Weekend
Monday, 7 February 2022
Wednesday, 2 February 2022
I'll be throwing one of my books into the spotlight each month during 2022 and next up is The Accidental Life Swap
Monday, 17 January 2022
Last week, I shared my writing goals for 2022 and I thought I'd follow that up with five writing tips that I've learned along the way while writing 15 books, which I'm sure I'll be putting into practice over the next year!
I hope you find my writing tips useful. If you have any tips of your own, feel free to share them in the comments below :)
Friday, 14 January 2022
There was a lot of fear the first time I filled in Amazon's KDP sections to self-publish my first novel, A Beginner's Guide To Salad. What if I'd messed up the ebook formatting and people bought a mushed-up mess of a book? Worse, what if I hadn't messed up the formatting and people read the book but hated it. Even worse than that: what if nobody bought the book at all?
Mixed in with The Fear was The Self-Doubt, which was pointing out - rather loudly - that I'd be better off not putting myself out there at all. I feared failing as a writer, but there would be no chance of failing if I didn't publish my book.
But there would also be no chance of success. Nobody could read the book and Ruth's story would have to be shelved and I really, really wanted her story to be out there. I'd loved writing the book. Loved getting to know the characters. And I wanted others to love them too, and they wouldn't if they remained stuck on my laptop forever.
So I published the book. Six people bought copies that first day. I thought that would probably be it, but slowly, the numbers rose. People left reviews and while not every book is going to hit every reader, the feedback suggested they'd enjoyed it on the whole. It's eight years to the day since I tapped on the publish button and there are 142 ratings on Amazon, with 87% being five or four stars. I've since published the paperback as well as releasing two more books in the Beginner's Guide series. And my writing hasn't stopped there: I've been published by HarperCollins and have self-published two more books outside of the Beginner's Guide series plus a short story compilation. I'm currently working on Book 15.
There are days when there is still the fear and the self-doubt about my writing, but I don't let them win and I definitely don't feel like a failure.
Monday, 10 January 2022
Last year, I set myself 5 writing goals for the year and it went so well, I've decided to set myself five more for this year.
Have you set yourself any writing or reading goals this year? Let us know in the comments.
Monday, 3 January 2022
I'll be throwing one of my books into the spotlight each month during 2022 and first up is my debut novel, A Beginner's Guide To Salad.
Bullied at school for being overweight, Ruth’s first reaction is to rip the invitation into a million pieces. But then Ruth hatches a plan. She’ll lose the weight and arrive at the reunion looking gorgeous and glamorous, leaving her old classmates in awe. Especially her former crush, Zack O’Connell.
With the help of her friends and a new, unbelievably hot colleague, Ruth begins her transformation. With six months until the reunion, losing weight will be a piece of cake, right?