Wednesday, May 19, 2010

I finally have 'Anna in the Middle'

My paperback copies of Anna in the Middle arrived today. Yippee. I have placed one copy on the bookshelf along with my other books and I can see them everytime I turn my head. Ahhh. My hundreds and hundreds of books are not very organised and I noticed I've managed to slot the ones I've written between Lord of the Rings - which I haven't read and 1,000 places to see before you die which I've dipped into.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Snow Play releases 15th June

Newsflash! My Quickie for Ellora's Cave comes out on the 15th June.

So I can write stories less than 100,000 words. Yippee!!!!!

Monday, May 10, 2010

Plotting hell

I used to think I was an organised type of person. I make lists before I go shopping - even though that activity is as rare as I can make it. I like to plan holidays carefully so I don't miss anything special. I think out my bookclub questions before I get there. Can I plot my stories in advance?
Consequently, I'm writing myself further and further into trouble. I know I am and I still can't do anything about it. I finally managed to get the goodies and the baddies in the same room and they're still messing me about.
I have a friend on Critique Circle who has this amazing ability to actually plan her stories out chapter by chapter. I am in serious awe. Every line I write is a surprise to me. Such a surprise that when I reread, I can't remember writing it. Ha ha. I was asked in an interview for a few of my favorite lines. Apart from the fact that I daresay I haven't written anything memorable, I just can't remember any of them. But I know the the ones I'm dying to write for the current story -

Friday, May 7, 2010

Another interview

Amanda Young - an old crit partner and author extraordinaire has interviewed me on her blog

Thanks, Amanda

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Snow Play - coming soon

Snow Play - an EC Quickie

Single on a couples’ getaway? Not the way to spend a vacation skiing the Alps.

Allie, the odd woman out, leaves the couples behind as she takes a tour under a glacier and ends up trapped in the dark. Cold and alone, she resigns herself to a night of misery. But when Zach finds unclaimed skis after the mountain has closed, he follows his instincts and charges to the rescue, bringing more than a helping hand.

He brings enough heat to melt the polar icecaps and change her life forever.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Another interview

I'm interviewed again
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