It’s November so we’re allowed to start getting festive and that means the Christmas reading can begin! So make sure you add Hopeful Hearts at Glendale Hall to your festive reading lists. It's available in eBook and paperback if you need a gift idea too! ‘Emotional, moving, funny, heartwarming - this novel has got it all. Highly… Continue reading Festive reading time!
Hi everyone! As usual on a Sunday, I wanted to share my new Youtube videos this week with you. And I would love you to subscribe to my channel if you enjoy them. Sharing my favourite cosy books to curl up with and read this autumn... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22F5bRWulgA&t=5s Having a spooky Halloween marathon... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoIVDc1wg2c I really… Continue reading Cosy autumn books & a Halloween movie marathon
There may be no such thing as a free lunch but you can get a FREE book yay! Book one in my bestselling Glendale Hall series is free on both Kindle and iBooks. So if you fancy a cosy festive read then GO, GO, GO!!! 'WOW! From the first page I was absolutely hooked...Would highly… Continue reading A FREE Cosy Christmas book!
Return to the beautiful Highlands village of Glendale with the latest book in the bestselling Glendale Hall series – out in TWO WEEKS! Pre-order your copy of this cosy, uplifting, romantic read in eBook or paperback today ❤️ What happens when love takes you to unexpected places? Heather Douglas appears to have it all. But… Continue reading Hopeful Hearts: two weeks to go!!
We are about to hit a heatwave here in the UK and so I'm spending more time outside either in the garden or walking to some local spots. I love reading outside although my hay fever is really bad right how - do you? I found this gorgeous field just a ten minute walk from… Continue reading Summer Reading Routine
Coming Home to Glendale Hall came out last week and I’m so grateful for all the support it’s had so far. I can’t quite believe I now have a little stack of books written by me on my shelf! By the far the most messages I receive from readers after they've read one of my… Continue reading Will there be a sequel?
So, this week my novel Coming Home to Glendale Hall was published! Publication week is always a haze of excitement, nerves, and checking your phone so much you end up RSI! I've been thrilled though with the early positive reviews and the supportive messages I've had on social media, and I'm hoping it moves up… Continue reading When your book is published
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
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
I can't believe it's time for a new book tracking year! I'm going to do what I did last year and list all the books I read each month and then pick a favourite out. I'd love to know what you guys are reading and if you have any recommendations for me so please do… Continue reading 2019 Books: January