Read an extract of Beyond the Yew Tree

Check out the latest posts on the virtual blog tour from the comfort of your sofa... Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers - a dream - read an extract Tizi's Book Review - A story that keeps you on the edge on your seat. Beautifully written about how the truth is the…

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Beyond the Yew Tree is live and on tour!

My latest book is out on release and its gone on tour. You can read reviews and a guest post today, so please pop along to the blogs below and meet the fantastic book bloggers and reviewers who help support authors. Beyond the Yew Tree is out on Amazon on…

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Uplift yourself

There's no such genre as uplift, just as there isn't one called griplit, which is applied to thrillers, it's just marketing jargon used to encourage readers to jump on your book. However, it's at the back of my mind when I write that my books progress to an endpoint that…

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Beyond the Yew Tree – available on pre-order

Publication day is one month off, but if you can't wait, then you can pre-order the Kindle edition now.  Paperback will be available, too. So, head on over to Amazon, and order or add to you wishlist. Still not sure?  You can read the opening pages here. Beyond the Yew…

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Cover reveal – guess the location

My third book is, like my first two, set in the east of England, but I've shifted a little north, out of East Anglia, but where? The cover is the clue. A Medieval city on a steep hill. With a castle... And a cathedral... If you don't recognise it, then…

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Life imitating my books

I do like researching. I'm a natural researcher when it comes to digging up information and for many years that was my main career: finding and managing information. These days, the closest I get to researching is watching programmes like Who do you think you are?  It's not the celebrity…

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Heachley Hall is open for business! #newrelease

Today my magical mystery book goes live on Amazon, which means the doors of Heachley Hall are fully open for you to come in and explore, alongside Miriam, who has to decide whether she can really live in a decaying house for year and a day. I don't possess the…

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The evolution of a book…

... or how it didn't turn out quite how I expected it to. When writing the first draft of The Women of Heachley Hall (codenamed: a year and a day), I had a good idea where I wanted to end up. The writing unfolded naturally to that conclusion and my…

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