When you’ve had a book published, done all the PR/blogging/tweeting etc to launch it into the world and things start to calm down again, the question you are asked most frequently is “what are you working on now?” (That is, if you are talking to fellow book-lovers/writers, not family members who still haven’t [...]
Monday was the Big Day – the annual RNA Awards now called the RoNAs (Romantic Novel Awards) – and as you may have heard already once or twice (or maybe more?), Choc Lit had a triumphant afternoon!
Kate, Christina and Jane
Sykes the Thespian Dog
I think most of you know by now that I love dogs and have three of the little rascals who more or less rule my life. (Yes, I know I’m supposed to be the “alpha dog” of the pack, but somehow I got ousted … no idea how that happened!) [...]
We have reached the final day of our special Christmas blog series and we hope you’ve enjoyed our posts! Tomorrow is New Year’s Eve, and most of us are hoping to have a wonderful celebration of some kind. So we thought we’d end our ‘twelve days of Christmas’ [...]
If you’re anywhere near Abergavenny today, please stop by Waterstones in the High Street where Margaret James and I (Christina Courtenay) will be signing books between 1 -3pm. There will be lots of chocolate and we’d love to see you!
Thank you very much to everyone who took part! There were so many great replies, I couldn’t choose which was the best, so in the end I had to resort to writing everyone’s names on pieces of paper and drawing the winner out of a hat!
The winner of the£20 Amazon gift voucher is – [...]
Tomorrow is the official publication day of Highland Storms, the sequel to Trade Winds, and I’m absolutely thrilled! In some ways it feels like I’ve been waiting ages for this, but in others, the day has come around very quickly indeed.
It’s only just over a year since Trade Winds was [...]
I’m absolutely thrilled to be able to share my brand new cover with everyone – behold Highland Storms! I think the Choc Lit cover designer has outdone himself this time and has produced exactly the sort of thing I had imagined for this novel. I may be just a tad biased, and you probably all [...]