Top Tips For Marketing…Random Guest Post.

I was really please when feedback  I gave to a  UK business, that provides advice to new business start ups, used some of the feedback I gave them. On marketing tips, and the top things you should do when you start up your own business. Who would have thought a lil’ old romance author would have something to say they liked? Well, turns out it was helpful, they featured my feedback  in their online article along side other business owners.  I’m top tip #9 in 12 Things to Do in the First 3 Months of Starting a Business

Hmm, not bad! Thanks for the feature.

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Code Redhead Authors Feature: USA Today #charity #cancer

Afternoon all,

From a wet and rainy London, I’d to share with all blog followers the Code Redhead Authors feature in USA Today in the Happy Ever After section. We came together from a great cause, to help raise money by just doing what we love … writing. I’m proud of us all.

Click the below link

‘Code Redhead’ authors share their inspirations for helping to raise money for cancer research

 

 

Author Interview- Serious Reading.com #romancereaders #newrelease #amreading

Evening guys,

Last week I did an author interview over at seriousreading.com, as well as a guest blog. I enjoyed the interview you can read it by clicking right here.

Next week I hope to have a guest blog on my site, from the editor of the wonderful magazine I write for Love Life, Live Magazine. I’ll keep you posted.

 

Character Development- Guest Blog

Are you a writer? Or an aspiring writer? How do you find character development as a task while writing? Sometimes it can be quite a task to bring your characters alive on paper. For me as a reader I always love it when writers really develop their  characters  so well,  I can get a good sense of what a character is like  as a person. Or I have enough detail in the story to work with, to decide whether I like a character or not. 

I personally find that writing from a first person point of view ( which I love to do) also helps with character development, as you get right up and close to a character as the writer and reader. 

I done a guest blog on the topic of character development over at Serious Reading.  Here I share my top tips on developing  your characters  in your writing, you can have a read of the blog post by clicking here.

Hey Hey… It’s Release Day!

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Guys,

It’s 2:15 a.m London time and it’s happened a day early, I can’t actually sleep! And I’m so nervous typing. I am proud to announce that my first novel A Stranger in France is now available on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk to download and in paperback. I hope you enjoy the story, if you decide to get wrapped up in a modern day romance suspense set in London, France and the UK coast.

Book Blurb:

In A Stranger in France readers are taken on a fast paced, modern day romantic journey, that spans between the city of London, the glitz and glam of France, and the beautiful English coast in a gripping romantic story, between two complete strangers with enough suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat turning pages.

When career driven and successful thirty- two-year-old London born Kate Brown faces hard times in her marriage, she confides in her best friend Tanya Adams in Marseille southern France. Kate makes a bold move and spends two weeks in Marseille away from her husband in London. Her path crosses with tall, dark, devilishly handsome and wealthy Nicholas D’Coix. An immigrant to France from the Ivory Coast west Africa as a young boy, who turned himself around and built up an empire of wealth as a hustler and money maker, and now one of Paris’ top three entrepreneurs. In a whirlwind of sexy, lustful romance Nicholas and Kate fall in love.

Kate returns to London to a few surprises of her own, and still very much in love with Nicholas as she makes yet another bold life changing move. Touching on real life issues these two strong characters battle it out against all the odds in the name of love, across the UK and France.

Buy Links:

Amazon.com

Amazon.co.uk

Book Reviews click here