Monday, 29 April 2013


Firstly, I am so excited Spirit of Lost Angels will be featured as the Author group read for June, and I’m really looking forward to discussing the book with you. 

For members of the Goodreads Historical Fictionistas group, I am hosting a giveaway before the group read begins. 

The giveaway will start on May 1st and end on May 10th, to give the paperback copy time to arrive from France. 

One paperback copy will be available for international readers and two e-copies in whatever format is desired.

Please send me a message on Goodreads to enter and I will make up an anonymous draw.

An excerpt of the book can be found here.

If you would like to listen to a Podcast of Spirit of Lost Angels.

Reviews of Spirit of Lost Angels.

Many thanks to all those members who choose to participate.

Friday, 26 April 2013

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Spirit of Lost Angels Giveaway

Many thanks to Leah, of Uncorked Thoughts, for her lovely review of Spirit of Lost Angels. Enter Leah's giveaway, running for the next fortnight, to be in the running for a signed paperback or two e-copies of the novel.

Friday, 19 April 2013

Indies at 2013 London Book Fair

Read this article from my Triskele Books colleague, Catriona Troth, on how indie authors blew up a storm at this year's LBF.

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Triskele Books at London Book Fair

Thanks to our Triskele Books rep, Catriona Troth, we are getting first-hand news of the big event. Very pleased to see all our lovely books lined up together on the Triskele Books shelf...

Monday, 15 April 2013


Last week, Laura from Colorimetry kindly hosted a giveaway for Spirit of Lost Angels. I'm pleased to say the giveaway was a great success and garnered many comments. In an effort to answer all the questions, I have posted a guest blog on Colorimetry.

Wednesday, 10 April 2013


Yesterday I attended a webinar on Metadata, hosted by the Bookseller, in association with BIC (Book Industry Communication), sponsored by Virtusales. My Triskele Books colleague, JJ Marsh, beat me to a blog post, and explains it far better than I could.