Wynter Wild book 1 & 2 available now for review

If you haven’t yet started reading the Wynter Wild series, or you’d just like a nice ebook version to own, I’ve organized a couple of giveaways for the first two books. Please, if you do take advantage of the freebies, consider writing an honest review at Goodreads or Amazon to help others discover the seriesContinue reading “Wynter Wild book 1 & 2 available now for review”

Xay in San Francisco

I just uploaded one of the final chapters of The Beat Goes On (Wynter Wild Book 10), where Xay plays a concert in San Francisco. He’s supporting Destructex, a band of “aging rockers” whose heyday was the 80s although they retain a massive fan base, which of course can’t hurt Xay’s fledgling career when heContinue reading “Xay in San Francisco”

Why My Books are Not YA

What happens when young adults read your book that’s not YA? I love all my readers, so I don’t mind at all! But here’s the thing – young adults weren’t the audience I intended to attract when I wrote the Wynter Wild books, and I don’t believe I’ve written a YA story. Wattpad tells meContinue reading “Why My Books are Not YA”

Writing American Characters as a British Aussie

My American husband has been here in Australia for ten years now. He’s pretty much acclimatized to the lingo, the weather, and the food, and the culture shock when he arrived was sufficient that he’s clear on what is American (chili) and what is not (panel beaters). I grew up in the UK, moved toContinue reading “Writing American Characters as a British Aussie”