Tuesday, January 24, 2012


Thanks to lovely Heather from We Write Romance, my web site is at last updated with  all my news.

You'll find the covers of both the USA and UK editions of The Devil and Miss Jones and an extract from the beginning of the book. And there are the details of the  By Request Collection,  His Suitable Bride which contains  my book Cordero's Forced Bride  (which is also oiut in a Kindle Edition if you'd rather have an ebook.)

And most importsntly for those of you who are interested in coming to any of my workshops  there's now the full details  you need to book the workshop in Brigg, Lincolnshire  and the link to the page with the day workshop in Nottingham  in May.

The Brigg  workshop is on Valentine's Day

  • Dates: 14th February 2012 

  • Time: 1:30pm to 4:30pm

  • Location:  The Ballroom The Angel  Brigg Lincolnshire
    Tickets cost £7 per person and are available in advance from Ashby, Brigg and Scunthorpe libraries.
    Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
    The event is for adults aged 16 and over. To book a place contact Emma Prideaux at North Lincolnshire Central Library on 01724 860161 or email  library.enquiries@northlincs.gov.uk.

  • I'm busy working on the Romance Writing weekend course in Fishguard next month (February 17th - 19th). The course is well booked already but we've had a couple of  cancellations from people whose circumstances have changed so they can't attend this time - so there's still time to book if you'd like to come along.  Booking forms and details are on the Writers' Holiday web site.

    And of course then there's a week long course in Tuscany . . .   details coming up. . .


    Maria from 'gaelikaa's diary' said...

    Will be looking out for 'The Devil and Miss Jones' and the new collection too if it comes out over here....

    TashNz said...

    LOVE the cover! I think I may have mentioned before that we dont have those covers in my end of the world :)

    PrincessFiona01 said...

    STill not sure about that blue cover. It really doesn't look like a Spanish nose. I think I still prefer the vaguer covers that just hint rather than full on frontal photos. Though I must say Heathcliff looks kind of hot.


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