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Ten Books That Changed Me with Karly Lane

June 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

  Ten Books That Changed Me with Karly Lane   Outlander – Diana Gabaldon This was the first book that I truly fell in love with a character. Jamie Fraser inspired me to write my first novel. I think most of my male characters have a little bit of Jamie in them to this day. The Thorn Birds [...]

Behind The Scenes of Fleur McDonald’s Fools Gold

April 26, 2018 // 0 Comments

  The Making of Fleur McDonald’s Fools Gold When I created Detective Dave Burrows back in my first book, RED DUST, I didn’t expect him to end up having such a following! I get so many emails and comments from readers who tell me he is their favourite character, I got to thinking… [...]

Tell Us Your Backstory with Lisa Bigelow

August 23, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Tell Us Your Backstory with Lisa Bigelow My nana was pretty philosophical. She was a member of a generation that saw a lot of change in the world but she had a pretty balanced perspective on life. One of the truisms that she often used was “be careful what you wish for”. That phrase were [...]

REVIEW: Claire Corbett’s ‘Watch Over Me’

June 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Watch Over Me Claire Corbett Watching goes both ways… They watch for control, for survival, for pleasure. We watch for survival, for fear, for love. A contemporary thriller of rebellion and surrender, love and war. The pressure of my blood, the beat of my heart, is a message to you. [...]

REVIEW: Anna Daniels ‘Girl In Between’

June 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Girl in Between Anna Daniels Life can be tricky when you’re a girl in between relationships, careers and cities … and sometimes you have to face some uncomfortable truths. The sparkling debut from comic TV and radio presenter, Anna Daniels. Lucy Crighton has just moved in with [...]

BLOG TOUR: Karly Lane

November 24, 2016 // 1 Comment

  Living the Romance by Karly Lane I was asked the other day, if I’d ever wished I could live out one of my romances I’ve written and you know what, I’m not so sure that I would, and here’s a few reasons why… Firstly, I’d actually miss all those mundane things like picking up my [...]