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I've been writing for over 20 years. My first successful writing assignment was for the college newspaper of the County College of Morris, in Randolph, New Jersey, where I studied Journalism.
The Cloud Seeker is my first full-length novel, and draws upon my background as a Chiltern woman and my affection for the US, where I lived for two years. Cat Cartwright is the feral woman who catches the attention of a New York man with a terrible secret. In the course of one hot, hazy summer, secrets, lies and restrained passion all bubble under the surface of a quiet English village. Yet the long shadow of 9/11 threatens to destroy both Cat's happiness and that of the young boy she looks after.
Closer Than Blood was first conceived back in 1994 and is the original concept for Wolf At The Door, although the story is much more developed and there have been some dramatic changes to take it out of the pure erotica genre. Pagan Freemantle has to choose between her millionaire half-brother and the hit man sent to kill him, and discovers that passion breaks all the rules.
I'm currently working on my third contemporary fiction novel, set in the Chilterns, and I'm also a co-host with the WROTE Podcast (Written On The Edge.) This venture highlights the talents of LGBT authors and books, interviewing them about their works and spotlighting various LGBT issues. It's a great opportunity for listeners to understand how writers work, as well as having fun and discovering new talent. My co-collaborators are SA Collins (sacollins.com) and Vance Bastian (vancebastian.com) both terrific authors who write in various LGBT sub-genres. Together with cover a wide spectrum of interests and opinions, and the discussion can get quite lively at times, which is all part of the fun!
on June 17, 2013 :
Two people struggling to overcome incredibly painful pasts, a horribly complex extended family-like network complete with vulnerable child and evil mum, with a dash of the mystic. Great read, good characters and a nicely twisty plot. Recommended.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)