• Audiobook,  LGBT+,  Publishing

    Win a Free Copy of the Huntress Audiobook

    I’m very happy to announce my first audiobook was released this month! Huntress is an exciting blend of humour, crime, and romance and has over 40 five-star reviews on Amazon. To celebrate the release of the audiobook, I’m giving away free Audible codes to allow you to listen to Huntress for free. Entering the contest is really simple, all you have to do is comment on this blog post and tell me what your favourite story theme is. It can be as simple as “fluffy romance” or as complicated as…

  • LGBT+,  Publishing,  Writing

    New Release: Bring Holly Home | Coming 1st April 2018

    I’m very happy to announce my next release is now available for pre-order through Amazon and Heartsome. It will be released on 1st April – no joke!   Leading fashion magazine editor Victoria Hastings always thought that her trusted assistant quit her job and abandoned her in Paris. A year later, she discovers that Holly Carter was injured in an accident. Brain trauma led to amnesia and Holly cannot remember anything about her life. Guilt causes Victoria to bring Holly home and into her life to aid her in recovery.…

  • LGBT+,  Writing

    A Novel Journey: Which genre to write?

    So, here I am, just a day into my new novel writing journey and one thought is preoccupying me. Which genre shall I write? I’m sure a lot of people go into novel writing with an idea already formed, or at least some idea of the direction they intend to go in. As this is an entirely new project…I have no idea. I’ve previously written romance novels and I’m aware that the vast majority of lesfic novels are romance. Controversially, I’m not a fan of this trend. I feel like…

  • LGBT+,  Lifestyle

    Let’s end queer-baiting on our screens

    AfterEllen.com has written a great article here on queer-baiting. For the two people left on planet earth who don’t know what queer-baiting is – it’s that tiresome practice of television shows drawing in queer audiences by using subtext and hinting at a romance with no intentions of ever following through. Usually accompanied by “no homo” jokes to appease the straight audience. I am done with queer-baiting, it’s exactly the reason I stopped watching Rizzoli and Isles. I have never seen a show use queer-baiting so rampantly and offensively before in…