The wrap up of a science fiction series. I know many of you have been looking forward to the last book in The Indigo Reports series, so I'll make this quick and simple. Worlds Beyond is now up for pre-order, everywhere including my site. If you pre-order from me, you get the book a week
My Worst Enemy I though I'd talk about my paranormal time travel romance series, Kiss Across Time, today. As there is sort-of news. Actually it's more a random musing...but I'll get to that. I have a list of release dates and proposed books that stretches out at least a year ahead of today.
Is It Really About Me? I found myself in interesting territory, while writing the eleventh installment of the Scandalous Scions series. The heroine in the story is an artist, and facing the age-old decision of art-or-everything-else. I'm not a painter, but my daughter-in-law is a talent, prize-winning artist, so I've picked up odd bits here
Wash Your Hands, Dammit! It's pretty common and far easier to think of the "Victorian Era" as one unchanging snapshot in time, where the women wore pretty things and the men were all gentlemen and lords. The Victorian era, though, lasted 64 years, from 20 June, 1837 until Queen Victoria's death on 22 January, 1901. In
New Kiss Across Time Book! More Time Kissed Moments is now available for pre-order everywhere! This is book 8.1 in the vampire menage time travel urban fantasy series (yes, really), Kiss Across Time. So today is both the cover reveal and the heads-up that it's out. Where is Rafael? Rafael is missing, with not a trace
Dragonwall and the lunatics who use it. When I'm researching for novels, I end up in some very strange territory sometimes. Especially with the new Project Kobra series, I often wondered if I was setting off alarm bells in a cubicle at the NSA, or the counter-terrorism unit of the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police),
Monday's Facebook Live session nearly didn't happen. When you get your "I'm live in 30 minutes" warning, I also get a copy. Guess where I was when my phone dinged me? I was 15km away from home, shopping with my Mum, who returns to Australia tomorrow morning. That was the fastest drive back home on
I've watched and read a lot of action thrillers in my time. One of my favourite action thriller writers was Desmond Bagley, and my favourite book of his was a spy thriller called Running Blind (which I highly recommend). I also really liked Alistair McLean's action thrillers, but not quite as much. I also loved Peter
There's a discussion happening on my Facebook page at the moment, about romantic suspense heroes--how many of them are uniforms, or ex-uniforms (military, police, etc). What's your opinion? Have you come across a romantic suspense hero who didn't have enforcement training of some type, who did carry the story convincingly? Talk about it on the Facebook page, here.
Unlike most of the heroes in Romanceland, Daniel, the hero of Degree of Solitude, is a scarred "monster" that hides away in the wilds of Wales. When I explained his general appearance to Dar Albert, the cover artist who designs nearly all my covers, I knew it would be a challenge to make him both hideous