I'm so excited that my festive, feel-good novel about family, forgiveness and first-love set at Christmas in the Scottish Highlands, is published today! It's a story that I hope will make you smile, shed a tear, and fill with you the festive spirit. You can grab the eBook for 99p or the paperback for just… Continue reading Coming Home to Glendale Hall is out now!!
In July, I read five books - all novels and a real mix of genres. I continued my goal of reading all of Agatha Christie's books with Death on the Nile, and another crime novel but this time YA with murder mystery Two Can Keep A Secret. After The End is about a couple faced… Continue reading 2019 Books: July
I only managed to read four books this month as I've been busy writing and editing my own! I read three novels and one non fiction book - a funny memoir by comedian Jack Whitehall and his dad. I picked up The Little Cafe in Copenhagen because I love all things Danish and it's a… Continue reading 2019 Books: June
I am so excited to announce my new novel and reveal the cover! Coming Home to Glendale Hall will be published on 25th September and I'm delighted with its gorgeously festive cover. Ta da! ... No matter how far you go, home is where the heart is... Beth Williams hasn’t been home for ten years.… Continue reading Coming Home to Glendale Hall
I'm so excited that my novel Summer at the Kindness Cafe is now available as a paperback! You can grab a copy of it at Sainsbury's, Asda, Waterstones, your local bookshop, and all online book retailers too. I signed copies in my two local Waterstones stores, which is always fun and hopefully a nice bonus… Continue reading Paperback release news
The past month seems to have flown by! I've been writing a new book and editing my next one so I only read three books. The Seven Sisters was really long though so it was probably the equivalent of four. I really enjoyed all three actually and would recommend them but the one I loved… Continue reading 2019 Books: May
In April, I read five novels. I didn't manage to get to any of my non-fiction pile but never mind! I'd had The Rosie Project, a Big Bang Theory-esque rom com, on my to- read shelf for ages so I'm glad I finally got to that. I also picked up two YA books - Eve… Continue reading 2019 books: April