Nightmare In Aus Blog Hop

I was never really afraid of the supernatural as a kid; what I was afraid of was someone hurting my parents. That, I couldn’t handle. One night, my eight-year-old self was lying in bed, awake, trying as hard as I could to fall asleep. I’d counted sheep, I’d taken deep, meditative breaths–I’d even had a…

Happy release day: Kiya 2

Today is the day that the second book in the Kiya trilogy releases; Kiya: Mother of a King. You can find book one, Kiya: Hope of a Pharaoh HERE To celebrate, Katie has opened up the comments on her blog for you to ask what you want to know about the series. And yes, book…

Cover Reveal: Welcome to Sugartown

I’m so excited to reveal the hot new cover for Welcome to Sugartown with you. I had the privilege of editing this book for the lovely Carmen Jenner, and I just know y’all are gonna love this book! But now…without further ado…   Book Title: Welcome to Sugartown Author: Carmen Jenner Publisher: Independent Genre: Contemporary…

CriTiki Lounge: Where Cocktails & Critiques Come Together

I am very excited to be a part of CriTiki Lounge, where tropical cocktails (BYO) and critiques (provided by the organisers!) come together. Created by the two tropical-island loving geniuses behind Thursday’s Children, CriTiki Lounge lets unpublished authors submit items for critique and feedback from a host of published authors, editors and even some agents;…

Finding Home goes on tour!

Sorry to spam you all with this book thing I’m releasing, but I wanted to let you know I’m taking¬†Finding Home on tour! I’ll be out and about with my book over the next fortnight, visiting some great blogs and offering some great prizes, so if you want to know things about my writing journey,…

Tom Clancy: the passing of a good author

It saddened me greatly to learn that bestselling author Tom Clancy passed away this week.¬†At the relatively young age of 66, he died in hospital for as yet unclear reasons. I’ve loved Clancy’s work for around seventeen years. His were some of the first ‘grown-up’ books I ever read at the ripe old age of…