Sweets and Sin

Sweets and Sin - What started out as a bad decision, spending one night with a stranger ends up being the beginning of Serena’s adventurous and chaotic trip across Europe. It sure does help that the bad decision comes packaged as the sinfully delicious and tempting Jimmy Nixon - Jimmy the criminal, the thief and [...]

Lace and Sin

Lace and Sin - Kayla is not your average New Yorker, truth be told she wasn't even born there. Born in Poland and raised in a family full of con artists and common pick pockets, she learned quickly and mastered the art of thievery. Upon losing her parents at a young age and being thrust [...]

This is who they are.

With some exciting news on the horizon about my novels, I thought I would do a little post to introduce my stunning, loud, yet slightly funny and kick ass characters. So without further ado...I present you with Kayla and Carter from Lace and Sin. Lace and Sin Synopsis: Kayla is not your average New Yorker [...]

Favourite type of heroine?

  Hello to my stunning bloggers out there! So I've been exceptionally absent from my blog for the past few months, other than posting things related to my book release - how annoying of me, many apologies. I'm in a world of struggle today, wishing it was already the weekend because all I want to do [...]

Now LIVE on Amazon!

It's ALIVE! just jokes, I sound like Doctor Frankenstein when his creation comes to life. But, essentially this is my creation...and it's now LIVE on Amazon! Hopefully have the option of paperback as well in the next few days, after some layout editing of course. On another note...I have joined the Twitter world!! Check out [...]

Dual POV – Boy VS Girl

As a female writer, one would generally think that I would gravitate to writing from a females point of view - since it's what I am, what I know. Strangely though...I loved writing from a male perspective..I found it so much fun! In my first ever novel I decided on dual POV, and I found [...]

Blind date with a book?

Blind date with a book?

So I read an article the other day about numerous book stores wrapping every book in brown paper - only writing a few key descriptions of the story or characters on the front. How amazing and creative is that right? It's like unwrapping a present every time you get a book! Anyway this led me to [...]