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  1. New audio release: Lessons in Love

    Lessons in Love, the first in the Cambridge Fellows series of Edwardian m/m romantic mysteries (think Oscar Wilde meets Agatha Christie) is available for the first time in audio book!


    From...
  2. New release: Don't Kiss the Vicar (m/m contemporary romance novella, PG excerpt)

    Out now from BSB.


    Vicar Dan Miller is firmly in the closet in his new parish. Could the inhabitants of a sedate Hampshire village ever accept a gay priest? Trickier than that, how can he hide...
  3. New release: Lessons for Idle Tongues (m/m historical romantic mystery)

    Murder and mayhem with the Cambridge lads.


    Cambridge, 1910


    Amateur detectives Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith seem to have nothing more taxing on their plate than locating a missing...
  4. New audio release: Home Fires Burning (paired m/m historical romances PG excerpt)

    I'm delighted to say my book of twin novellas, Home Fires Burning, is now available in audio book!


    Two stories, two couples, two eras, timeless emotions
    In "This Ground Which Was Secured At...
  5. New release: Lessons for Suspicious Minds (m/m historical romantic mystery PG excerpt

    The tenth (relaunched) adventure for Jonty and Orlando, Lessons for Suspicious Minds, is out now from Riptide.





    1909


    In the innocent pre-war days, an invitation to stay at the...
  6. Upcoming release: Lessons for Sleeping Dogs (m/m historical romantic mystery)

    Now available for pre-order at Riptide



    Cambridge, 1921


    When amateur sleuth Jonty Stewart comes home with a new case to investigate, his partner Orlando Coppersmith always feels his day...
  7. Upcoming release: Lessons for Idle Tongues (m/m historical romantic mystery)

    Now available for pre-order at Riptide.




    Cambridge, 1910


    Amateur detectives Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith seem to have nothing more taxing on their plate than locating a...
  8. New release: Lessons for Survivors (m/m historical romantic mystery, PG excerpt)

    Lessons for Survivors is available now from Riptide!


    A more than professional interest . . . a more than personal intrigue.


    Orlando Coppersmith should be happy. WWI is almost a year in...
  9. Upcoming release: Lessons for Suspicious Minds (m/m historical romantic mystery)

    The tenth adventure for Jonty and Orlando, Lessons for Suspicious Minds, is now available for pre-order from Riptide


    1909
    In the innocent pre-war days, an invitation to stay at the stately...
  10. New release: Best Corpse for the Job (m/m contemporary romantic mystery, PG excerpt)

    Best Corpse for the Job is available now from Riptide.


    Tea and sympathy have never been so deadly.

    Schoolteacher Adam Matthews just wants to help select a new headteacher and go home. The...
  11. New release: Home Fires Burning (paired m/m historical romances PG excerpt)

    I'm delighted to say that my book of twinned novellas, Home Fires Burning, has been relaunched by Lethe Press.




    Two stories, two couples, two eras, timeless emotions
    In "This Ground Which...
  12. New release: Sand (m/m historical novella, pg excerpt)

    Sand, from the MLR At the Museum series, is out now!


    http://www.mlrbooks.com/<wbr>ShowBook.php?book=CC_HSAND



    “Come and see my shining palace built upon the sand.”
  13. New release: Second Helpings (m/m contemporary romance)

    Second Helpings is out now from Riptide.




    Stuart Collins’s life might as well have ended a year ago when his partner died in a car crash. Even Stuart’s widowed father has found new love with...
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    My pleasure. And you're quite right, sometimes...

    My pleasure. And you're quite right, sometimes the greatest 'success' we can have is in pleasing, helping or - in rare cases - inspiring other people!

    :welcome1:
  15. Ah yes. The first royalties usually come as a bit...

    Ah yes. The first royalties usually come as a bit of a disappointment. No Ferrari yet...

    As for the critiqued stuff, my first reaction would be to take it down/remove all internet footprint before...
  16. Yes, still here, Kate. Dropping in and out for as...

    Yes, still here, Kate. Dropping in and out for as long as people want to chat.

    ###Writers are told we need a thick skin, but I find myself second-guessing my ability (never my need) to write with...
  17. You speak sense, Hywela. Edits are a bit like...

    You speak sense, Hywela. Edits are a bit like childbiirth (if I can be so indelicate). Painful but worth it.
  18. I was in the same position. The internet is great...

    I was in the same position. The internet is great but it's such a time pit...

    Thanks!
  19. If I can do it, you can. The help pages at these...

    If I can do it, you can. The help pages at these sites are always helpful - sometimes they need RSS feeds, sometimes it goes through twitterfeed or the like.
  20. You speak sense. And making sure you can...

    You speak sense. And making sure you can understand said diary entries is really useful. I have one thing I know I missed last year and have no idea what it was because I couldn't make head nor tail...
  21. Pitfalls of being published - part 3

    Some of the perils of being published are expected - like edits, or bad reviews - but some come as a total surprise. I'll mention one of those in a minute.

    The first thing shouldn't come as a...
  22. Good question. It's a moving target, really. I...

    Good question. It's a moving target, really. I think Goodreads is pretty popular at the moment, as is Facebook; they both have a degree of permanence/depth which you don't quite get with twitter,...
  23. Yes. This. I have a lovely little book called...

    Yes. This. I have a lovely little book called "Rotten reviews" which is full of people slagging off classic books. Really cheers me up to see people saying that Dickens will never be popular. :wacko:
  24. Pitfalls of being published - part 2

    We need to have a look at some of the more personal things that can crop up once you're a published - or on the way to being published - author. Things that can really hurt, or put us off writing for...
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    Kate I'm sure you can benefit, because the...

    Kate

    I'm sure you can benefit, because the sort of things I'm talking about won't change. However, I won't be looking at the process of submitting or marketing. I'm looking at the unexpected...
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