• Audiobook,  Competition

    Win a free audiobook copy of Second Chances!

    I’m happy to announce that due to popular demand my smash-hit success Second Chances is now available on audio. Narrated by the wonderful Kim Bretton, Second Chances follows the lives of Hannah Hall and her daughter Rosie… Bad childhood memories start to resurface when Hannah Hall’s daughter Rosie begins school. To make matters more complicated, Hannah has been steadfastly ignoring the obvious truth that Rosie is intellectually gifted and wise beyond her years. In the crumbling old school she meets Rosie’s new teacher Alice Spencer who has moved from the…

  • Audiobook,  Competition

    Win a free audiobook

    This August I’m giving away some free promo codes of my Lambda award-winning novel, Huntress. SCREWBALL COMEDY MYSTERY AND LAMBDA 2018 WINNER Barista. Huntress. Hijinx. Running from the law is Amy’s only choice. When the scatty barista investigates the disappearance of her favourite customer, she finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy. Armed with a dummies guide to camping and accompanied by her best friend, she rushes to escape the Huntress sent to capture her. Can Amy save the girl and clear her name, or will she be imprisoned…

  • Audiobook,  LGBT+,  Lifestyle,  Personal

    South Coast Lesfic Hang Out, a summary

    Where can you find three 2019 GCLS finalists, three Emmas, two Kits, a metric ton of wool in the shape of cute animals, two amazing audiobook narrators, a best-seller of Amazonian proportions (seriously, Kiki Archer IS that tall), and a whole host of fabulous authors all under one roof? Crawley. For those who don’t know, Crawley is the spectacular metropolis next to Gatwick Airport. It has restaurants, shops, hotels, multiplex cinemas, office blocks, and a horticultural society who happen to have a hall to rent to a group of sapphic…

  • Audiobook

    My experience using Tantor Media to produce an audiobook… spoiler, it’s not great!

    Audiobooks are a great up-and-coming market for the Indie author. There are a number of ways to go about creating audiobooks, in the past I have used the Amazon-based service ACX. ACX is essentially an online marketplace which connects authors, publishers, narrators, producers, and rights holders. The idea is that people can get together on ACX and find the right person to work with them on their project. I’ve produced Huntress and The Road Ahead through ACX with two different (and equally fantastic) narrators. On the whole, I like ACX…