Today is the day that the final part of The Cornish Cream Tea Bus is published. Called The Icing on the Cake, it is the conclusion to Charlie's story. I have really loved writing this story, and I feel both happy and sad that it is the final ebook part publication day – just as … Continue reading The Icing on the Cake is published today
There are two exclamation marks in that title, but it can't be helped, because today is the day that Scones Away! part three of The Cornish Cream Tea Bus, is published. Hurrah! These part releases are coming thick and fast, and I can't believe it's the turn of the beautiful green cover, which hides the … Continue reading Scones Away! is published today!
Where have the last two weeks gone? I have no idea, but part 2 of The Cornish Cream Tea Bus is here! It's called The Eclair Affair, and continues the story of Charlie, her vintage Routemaster bus Gertie, and the picturesque Cornish village of Porthgolow. If you've enjoyed part 1, then I hope you've been … Continue reading The Eclair Affair is published today
I haven't posted on here for ages, mainly because I've been eyeballs-deep in my new book. I've been dreaming up complicated situations for my heroine and hero to get into, creating a supporting cast of loveable/amusing/annoying characters, and imagining beautiful settings they can visit. I wrote those two, blissful words this morning: The End. So … Continue reading Cornwall, Somerset and The End
Hurrah hurrah, the day is finally here! My fourth full-length book, The House of Birds and Butterflies, is published today as ebook and beautiful (if I do say so myself) paperback. It's already had a five star review in Heat magazine, which is pretty amazing. If you're still undecided about whether to buy a copy, … Continue reading The House of Birds and Butterflies is published today
When I was little, my parents took me and my sister for a day out to a place called Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve. It was quite a long drive from our South East London home, and I didn't know what to expect. My initial reaction was terror, because the visitor centre wasn't open but Mum and … Continue reading Five weeks to go, and why I love nature reserves
Today is publication day for the third part of The House of Birds and Butterflies. (I'm a little bit disappointed that Avengers: Infinity War chose today to come out too, somewhat stealing my thunder . . .) Anyway, part three is called Twilight Song and has the most beautiful purple, twilightish cover. If you've enjoyed … Continue reading Twilight Song is here
I have read a lot of books recently. Maybe it’s the fact that spring is a long time coming and going outside isn’t an attractive proposition, or maybe I’ve just got into the reading groove. Whatever it is, I’m not complaining. There are so many good books to devour, and here are some of my … Continue reading My recent reads
Today is publication day for The Dawn Chorus, the first part of my new series, The House of Birds and Butterflies. Here is the blurb: Abby Field is living the dream. As events coordinator at the Meadowsweet nature reserve on the idyllic Suffolk coast, every day is an adventure with the birds and the butterflies, … Continue reading The Dawn Chorus is here!
It's less than two weeks until The Dawn Chorus, the first part of my new series, The House of Birds and Butterflies, is published in ebook. This time, we've kept you waiting for the cover reveal, but I hope you think it's worth it. So here they are, the four covers of The House of … Continue reading The House of Birds and Butterflies: Cover reveal