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text 2017-12-05 16:26
Interview at The Writing Desk

Tony Riches has interviewed me for his blog today. Check it out.  :-)

Source: tonyriches.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/special-guest-interview-with-author_5.html
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text 2017-11-06 22:58
My dream cast for ACCEPTING THE UNEXPECTED

Get ready for my dream cast line up and character introduction for my romance book Accepting the Unexpected. How do you like it??? :D

 

 

Leila Pierce, Creative Director Sleek magazine:

 

 

Blake Collins, Actor/Model 

 

 

Richard Speal , former NFL player:

 

James Higgins, RAF engineer.

 

 

Jessie , Receptionist at Sleek Magazine.

 

 

Miranda Cain, Editor and chef Sleek Magazine.

 

 

Jasper Sharratt, Fashion Designer.

 

Accepting the Unexpected - Mollie Jo JosephWhoever said love hurts... was not lying! When Leila Pierce, a creative director for a magazine named "Sleek" got brutally ditched by the man she thought she was going to end up with, that was just the start of her life being turned upside down. After the heartbreaking betrayal, she then found herself in a dark emotional tunnel, veering towards depression.
She finds herself packing her bags and leaving Cornwall, England and heading to New York to help Sleek international magazine make it big in the US. Leila is great at her job, and this means she can quell any anxiety over this amazing opportunity, and when she somehow gets introduced to Blake Collins, an actor and model, things start to look up. 
To add more drama to the mix, she also meets the mysterious Richard Speal, a retired NFL player with a drinking problem and some pretty big emotional baggage of his own. She finds herself inexplicably drawn to Richard—could they be kindred spirits?
How could she possibly fall for another man when she's still broken from the last one? And the bigger question is: which man? 
The one that is too good to be true?
 The mysterious one? 


OR
 The one she thought she was supposed to be with in the first place?
Too many questions and not enough answers. She needs to work all this out and impress her boss, Miranda Cain, editor and chief at Sleek NY by making the magazine a success. That's a lot for anyone to deal with right?
 

 

 

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text 2017-11-04 23:59
 If you're looking for a new book, check out The Weight of Shadows
The Weight of Shadows (Shadow Series) (Volume 1) - Karl Holton
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text 2017-10-09 13:45
The Heroines of Plantagenet Embers

I am a guest blogger today at Tudors Dynasty with a post about what drew me to the leading ladies in my novels.

 

Source: www.tudorsdynasty.com/heroines-plantagenet-embers-guest-post
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review 2017-09-21 09:23
I loved the Irish history and legends that coursed through this book
The Shadows - Megan Chance

I went into this book with a little trepidation. Despite normally not doing so, I had managed to stumble across a few of the other Goodreads reviews before I started, and they weren't all glowing. Pacing seemed to be a major concern from a number of reviewers and lack of plot driven excitement. 

Well, I'm happy to say that while the story as a whole was slow, I didn't find it dull. When working with trilogies or series it can be difficult to get the world building and plot driver levels correct to keep your readers engaged and provide the information they need. 

Megan managed to introduce a large cast of characters, each with complex backgrounds in a way that didn't overwhelm the reader, provided teaser information and whetted the appetite for books 2 and 3. 

Complexity of characters was lacking in some of the later introduced characters, but I'm sure they'll be explored in more detail in the next book/s. The main cast had quite a lot of time to unfold their natures to the reader and do so in a manner that I don't really trust yet, but I feel that was the intention. 

It feels to me that Megan will portray a character in a certain way to start, only to have that original idea smashed by some later revelation. This is quite ingenious as it allows for character growth that the reader experiences too.

I loved the Irish history and legends that coursed through this book and long to delve further into the Sidhe and Fianna. 

The biggest blow to this book was the love triangle. I am hoping it is redeemed later in the trilogy, but I'm not holding my breath.

**Note: I was provided an electronic copy of this book through NetGalley in return for an honest review**

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