Celebrating book release week…A Wish in Irish Falls is out now!

Posted Sep 18 2020 in , , , , , ,

 My latest book, the Kindle edition of A Wish in Irish Falls, came out on September 16th so it’s been a time of celebration. It’s my fifth published book…how did that happen?! Given world events, it’s not the best time to be promoting a book but I hope that if you choose to read A Wish […]

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A medical emergency, a birthday, back to school & preparing for a book launch

Posted Sep 4 2020 in , , , , , ,

“May you live in interesting times” says that old adage (curse?) and while 2020 has certainly been an “interesting” (insert other words of your choice!) year, in my family the past few weeks have been even more “interesting” than usual. A medical emergency If you follow me on social media, you may remember that we […]

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Why writing is like kayaking

Posted Aug 21 2020 in , , , , ,

As many of you know, I was on holiday last week. For me, a highlight of that time at a lakeside cottage was kayaking, previously new-to-me but something I enjoyed and want to do more often. And as I paddled on a tranquil lake near Canada’s famed Algonquin Park, a place that has inspired artists, writers […]

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Cover reveal for ‘A Wish in Irish Falls’ & chatting with ‘A Little Book Problem’

Posted Aug 7 2020 in , , , , ,

My next book, A Wish in Irish Falls, will be out on September 16 and this week I’m sharing the gorgeous wintry cover. Early readers have called the story warm, sweet and romantic and the cover captures the story’s magical feel perfectly. Although a romance novel, A Wish in Irish Falls is also a story about […]

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From encyclopedias to Google: Looking things up in life and writing

Posted Jul 24 2020 in , , , ,

Amongst the many bookshelves in my childhood home, one of them (although not pictured here) held an encyclopedia set. In that pre-Internet world, those twenty-five volumes (hardcover and bound in cream with touches of red, black and gold) were my window on the wider world. One of my earliest reading memories is matching “Z” for […]

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