It is only now I get to tell those of you who may not have heard, but I have not just a new novella, but also the final novel in The Lacey Taylor Story, No More Secrets. How’s about that for news. I may have been silent on here but I have been busy.
First off, my novella is an adult romance, Once Upon A Weekend. it is my second in this genre and has been well received. Available on Amazon and ready to go on your holidays with you. Based in Toulouse, Ciara and Daniel, flirt a little, chat a little, and enjoy sex a lot! This one is extra spicy for those who like to work up a sweat with their reading.
Next up is my new novel. No More Secrets is the final of my trilogy in Lacey’s story. What started with Lacey in My Husband’s Sin, moved on in, Don’t Call Me Mum, has now had all the unanswered questions resolved for those they were important to. I don’t want to say too much about this novel, as it would give away the storyline to those who want to discover the highs and lows of the Taylor Family. Available on Amazon and BuyTheBook.ie
I must admit my writing life slid away from me for a few weeks, my energy levels were low, a few pandemic wobble days I guess. But thankfully, I’ve my two vaccines and feel more confident and looking forward to what the rest of this year brings. I hope to travel to see my grandsons, who I’ve missed greatly for the last eighteen months. In the meantime, I am writing short stories for my local paper, The Vale Star, which is titled A Story with Your Morning Cuppa. I previously ran a course with the paper on Getting Started in Creative Writing, which I really enjoyed but more importantly, the readers enjoyed and I was happy with the feedback I received.
But what is next? I have my next novel ready to go for publication, just to pick the cover. I am really excited about this new book as it is inspired by my own Nana’s home cottage. Writing it brought back wonderful memories of many happy times with her and my uncles and extended families. I think it would make a great inspirational writing retreat centre, which I know you will agree with me when you read, To Live With A Stranger, due in September 2021. The photo shows Nana’s cottage, a home that is special to so many.