Tag Archives: writing a novel

New year, new book

It’s 3rd January today but I don’t feel as though the year has started yet as my partner and son are still on holiday. Correction, I don’t feel as though my WORKING year has started yet. I’m not great at … Continue reading

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Introducing…Sleep!

I’m so thrilled to be able to share the cover of my sixth psychological thriller¬† with you. Isn’t it stunning? All Anna wants is to be able to sleep. But crushing insomnia, terrifying night terrors and memories of that terrible … Continue reading

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Why publication day is like standing naked in the street…

At last! After months of wishing, hoping and doing more PR than I ever thought was possible (thanks Avon and LightBrigade you’ve been amazing) the day is finally here – it’s publication day for ‘The Accident’. In some ways publication … Continue reading

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