Category: Blog

Welcome to my posts where I will tell you more! More about me. More about my current work/s in progress. More about my writing process. More about my characters. More about my research. You get the idea. More!

“All you can do, is all you can do.”

This is my new favourite quote, included in a newsletter I subscribe to, quoting David Farland, a writer and writing instructor. Most people I know have some sort of goal, whether that be a long-term or short-term goal. I spent last weekend in the company of Becca Syme, an American author of cozy mysteries, but […]

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How I met Jimmy

Port Arthur Historic Site calls to me. I have been there three times now, and I can’t wait for my next visit. The grounds look nothing like they did back in the Site’s peak as a major industrial settlement in the 1840s and onwards. More than 2000 convicts, soldiers, and civil staff lived there with […]

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Release Day is Here

I am so excited that you get to meet Christy and Maisie in this first book of their series – Release day is HERE! As soon as you can carve out a few hours of time, I hope you can sit down with a cup of your favourite beverage and start to read their story […]

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New Release Imminent

Our All Too Familiar anthology, led by Jane Hinchey, is set for release on the 5th of April. It is not too late to get your preorder (99 cents) so you can start reading the 1,000 plus page tomb of a book that it is. Remember you get nine stories, all including a familiar, some […]

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My First Book

My first book was a novella, “Jingle Bells, Cracker Spells” included in an anthology along with nine other authors in October 2020. Christmas Crackers was available until February 2021, and once our contracted period had ended, as far as I know, my fellow authors republished their books independently (no longer in the anthology). I didn’t. […]

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New Beginnings

I have always wanted to be a writer. I have always written. I wasn’t much of a diary writer, but I loved to get hold of a blank notebook and write—in my bedroom, under a tree, on a bench in a park, or in the car—happy to spend time by myself as I watched the […]

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