Yeah! I’ve sent Falling for Katie through to Amazon review. Release date will be 19th April 2019 – that’s Good Friday. My Easter present to you all.

So, how about a cover? All done too.

This romantic suspense will keep you turning the pages.

Running a business isn’t as easy as it appears, which is something Katie Gowen figures out when she opens a flower nursery.

While on a delivery she’s snowed in at the hotel and must delay her return journey. When she can leave she crashes. Found with amnesia, she is held against her will. With no leads the police are stumped, and her parents call in a private investigator.

Finlay Gallach never wanted to return to Gretna. Bad memories still plague him, and he still carries the scars from a painful childhood. However, as he opens the email, which asks him to help with Katie’s case, his heart pounds at the photo of the woman. With no choice but to return, Finlay realises his own heart cannot be saved.

Can Katie be saved? Will her memory return and what about the boyfriend she already has?

Read their story as it unfolds with twists you won’t see coming.

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A year later

Nearly a year after publishing my first book, I’ve learnt so much.

A lot of googling, Facebook groups/friends and twitter friends, have made me improve so much. Marketing still scares me, but not as much. Books have sold, reviews have appeared – most are good too. That takes a bit to get used too.

I’ve still got a lot to learn, but my writing is now stronger an better. So here’s to my next release.

The first year is over.

So, my first year of being an author is a good as over. I never thought to publish a book and now I have three, an editor and a great bloke for marketing. Things can only get better.

But I do read books as well and have found other brilliant Indie authors and friends along the way. This is my thank you to some of them.


A S McGowan has to be the first one. A lovely woman who I am now good friends with. I first came across her Centaur Agency books. This is a fantastic series.

We meet up with Matt and Analise in the first book and their friends in the remaining three. The stories are interlinked and better read in order. The suspense is brilliant and guessing the who the baddie is…lets just say good luck with that.

If you pick them up, don’t expect to put these books down. It’s the only warning you’ll get.


The second good friend I have made is Ann Robinson, who writes under Candy A Varty.

The Masters of dark Desire books are very different. If you are into erotic and BSDM, they are for you. Okay, there are a few editing problems, but with such strong plots, they make now difference, so please don’t let them put you off.

Again read them in order, and I can’t wait for the next installment.


S L Stacker –  Again, these books are well-written and leave you wanting more.


Dania Voss – for her Windy nights series. Based around a group of people who work in the baseball industry. However, I know nothing of baseball and still love the series. The books concentrate on the relationships.


Although I’ve only read the first of Maya Daniels books, but it’s one I recommend and have the other two in my TBR list. Another well-written book and now a very good friend of mine. She’s as crazy as me.


And the last one I’m mentioning, because I’ll be here all night, is Wendy Ely. Another author who knows how to write.

You can grab all of these books on Amazon.

My reviews of all of these books can be found on my Goodreads Profile. Go and check them out now. Go on, I dare you.


One last mention to a man who has helped me a lot, since I meet him only as few short months ago.

Jo Lajko is a marketing genius. What more can I say. My sales haven’t been many, but with his help, they have improved. What this man doesn’t know, probably isn’t worth knowing.

I look forward to another year of working besides him, and wish him ,and all my new friends, a very happy New Year.

Happy writing everyone.