• LGBT+,  Marketing and Craft Talk,  Publishing,  Writing

    EVENT POSTPONED: I’m Attending DIVA Literary Festival 2019… are you?

    I’m very happy to announce that I will be attending the DIVA Literary Festival 2019, taking place in Birmingham UK from 15th — 17th March. Tickets are now available on the festival website, and I’ll be taking part in two panels over the weekend. On Saturday I’ll be on the Independent Author panel with Clare Ashton, Clare Lydon and Sally Edwards, talking about all things Indie. Drop in to find out more about our journeys and pick our brains for advice. On Sunday I’ll be sharing the stage with my…

  • LGBT+,  Publishing,  Writing

    Coming soon… Second Chances

    I’m happy to announce that I will be releasing my next novel, Second Chances, later in February. Here’s a look at the description… 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 city to teach in the small coastal town of Fairlight. Alice immediately sees Rosie’s…

  • LGBT+,  Publishing,  Writing

    A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale is Now Available!

    Do you want to read a festive tale of two women with very different agendas who are forced together? How about a taste of the winter spirit in the beautiful setting of the south of Sweden? Then you’re in luck! A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale provides all of this and more. Amber Tate is about to lose her job at a London publishing house. And it’s nearly Christmas. Her boss gives her one last chance. Sadly, it’s the impossible task of obtaining the rights to the popular Lund Collection of…

  • Publishing,  Writing

    Introducing 13 festive tales from 13 authors… all for a great cause!

    This year, Christmas planning started in April. I reached out to a couple of authors and asked if they wanted to join me in a small charity anthology of festive stories. To my surprise, they all said yes. To my further surprise, more authors reached out to me and asked to be a part of the project. What started out as four authors, ended up being thirteen and now I’m very pleased to be able to announce the release of Winter Hearts on 16th November. This massive box set contains…

  • LGBT+,  Paperback,  Publishing,  Writing

    Coming soon… A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale

    In a few days I’ll be releasing my first ever Christmas novel, A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale. Here’s a sneak peek at the description: Amber Tate is about to lose her job at a London publishing house. And it’s nearly Christmas. Her boss gives her one last chance. Sadly, it’s the impossible task of obtaining the rights to the popular Lund Collection of fairy tales. The rights to the fairy tales are held by the author’s granddaughter, Emilia Lund, who lives a reclusive life in Sweden and has steadfastly refused…

  • LGBT+,  The Flight Series,  Writing

    Flight SQA016 and the journey into publishing by A.E. Radley

    One of the questions I hear from people most frequently is; how did you get into writing? Or, the alternative; did you always want to be an author? The answer to the second question is… no. I never wanted to be an author. It feels weird to say that now that I am a full-time author and love my relatively new day job of being an independent writer. But I never had an aspirations to be an author. I’ve always worked in the business world, either in corporate finance, marketing,…