Sunday, January 8, 2017

Coming Soon

My next Rural Romantic Suspense, Raven Falls, coming soon. February 14th 2017






Blurb:
Samantha Osborne and her three brothers strive to keep Raven Falls, a cattle property on the Northern Tablelands of NSW from being another drought-inflicted statistic.

They organise to have an irrigation system installed but when the assessor arrives Samantha is shocked to find that it's Bradley Harper, the man who faked his way into her heart and broke it in the process.

As the Osborne's deal with encroaching cattle rustlers, an injured brother and with a near death experience, Samantha and Brad realise they cannot ignore their attraction any longer, except one-thing stands in their way. 

Will it be enough to send them in opposite directions or unite them until the end?

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year




I do hope you have a great Christmas and New Year wherever in the world you maybe.

I'll be taking a few weeks off over Christmas, so I'll see you in the New Year with some good news. 

Have a good one. Merry Christmas :) x

Thursday, November 24, 2016

I did it. National Novel Writing Month

I can't believe that I've reached my targeted goal in the National Novel Writing Month. Each year my target is 50.000 words, but it's still going. I'm pretty pleased considering I started late in the month.

When I reached fifty thousand words, I posted my manuscript up on the NaNo site to verity the word count. It was  a little over, but I kept going as the flow wouldn't stop.  Now I'm giving it a break for today. 

I think the secret is, stay off the Internet. Completely. No Face Book, no nothing, just write. It worked for me. Perhaps it will work for you. Best of Luck to those people who are almost there and congratulations to the people who have reached their target. It's a good feeling isn't it? :)



Friday, November 4, 2016

National Novel Writing Month

I've just arrived back last night from the High Country in Victoria, so I'm a few days behind in the NaNoWriMo, therefore I'm pushing to finish 50.000 plus words by the end of the month. 

This morning's count is 3.273, so I'm taking a break and perhaps I'll do more this afternoon to catch up. I will get there. lol.

I thought I'd have to write at least 3.000-4.000 a day to catch up, but look what NaNo says. So if I do a little each day, which I'll probably do more, wella the end may be in sight. 

Good Luck to everyone else undertaking the NaNoWriMo. It's a terrific inspiration to get that novel finished, or write a novel in a month.