• Good Morning Monday! 2017 is half over already?

    I cannot believe how fast this year is going! It feels like I’m doing these Monday posts every second day! 😉 So, what’s been happening this week? Doctor appointments, kids’ sport (oh, and school lol) and writing! I somehow managed to write 12K this week! A quick WIP update is that Yanni’s Story is now at 62k words and I’m very pleased to announce that Yanni and Peter have kissed! Once! LOL  I’m truly thinking this will be a 90k-100k story. My longest story ever is 92k and I do think this will exceed that. 🙂 I might even share the cover soon! I’m hesitant to share it in case…

  • Red Dirt Heart Imago… Say What????

    Yes, you read that correctly.  A SURPRISE RELEASE!!! Red Dirt Heart Imago is a thing! It’s an 18K word short story of when red dirt hearts and butterflies collide <3 And look at this gorgeous cover!!! BLURB: When Charlie Sutton’s neighbour Greg is notified by the Queensland government that they intend to run a pipeline through his property, Charlie vows to help him fight it. Then Travis remembers seeing butterflies at the creek near their joining fence line – the same butterflies they couldn’t find in any Australian butterfly book. Hopeful this might be their only chance to stop the development, they seek the help of a specialist. Lawson Brighton-Gale…

  • Good Morning Monday! Imagines is OUT NOW!

    Imagines, the sequel to Imago, is out now!  Exclusive to Amazon and available to KU subscribers, you can find it HERE! BLURB: Jack Brighton and Lawson Gale have been together for six months and are very much in love. Lawson’s work ensuring the survival of the Tillman Copper is as demanding as ever, and Jack’s work with the regeneration of the bushfire-ravaged national park is just as hectic. When Jack suggests they take a short trip, Lawson agrees. But then he is offered a two-week research position in tropical Queensland to help determine why the Ulysses butterfly is on the decline. Figuring they could combine work and pleasure, Jack and Lawson…

  • Good Morning Monday! News, updates and Imagines

      It’s almost April, and boy is it going to be a busy month for me. I have a release, a blog tour, a bookbub featured deal, and some other secret squirrel stuff happening, AND I’m also away for 20 days of it. I highly doubt I’ll be online much over the next month and would urge anyone who needs to reach me to email (not PM or tagging on FB because I just won’t see them).  It also means I won’t get much writing done, so it will be a while before my next books come out. As frustrating as it is, these things can’t be helped, I guess.…

  • Good Morning Monday ~ Imagines Cover and News!

    Well, it’s been another super busy week!  Despite being under the weather for most of the week, I finished the first draft of Imagines, did a read through, fixed some stuff, and it’s now in the hands of my editor. For those who missed it, the title of the sequel to Imago, is Imagines. Finding the right title to follow on from Imago wasn’t easy, when it was so very specific to its meaning. So, going back to its origins, I found the the only thing better than one imago, was the plural… And so Imagines was so named. The Latin plural of imago is imagines, and this is the…

  • Good Morning Monday! Can you believe it’s almost March already?

    I cannot believe how fast this year is going already!! And are you ready for this? I actually have no books scheduled to release in March… It’s like whaaaa?  LOL  I know, right? It’s been a crazy two months, and I’m looking forward to the slower pace to concentrate on writing. Releases are hard work, time consuming (and awesome) but they do cut into my writing time. Given that in the last eight weeks, I’ve had three new releases, (Switched, Perfect Catch, and Imago) and three translated title releases (RDH2 in French, Cronin’s Key II in French, Spencer Cohen Book 1 in Italian) and RDH2 in audio as well, it’s…

  • Imago is NOW LIVE!!

    In what has been a record time from Amazon to publish (it literally took about 20 minutes), Imago is out now! Exclusive to Amazon/KU, you can find it HERE! Blurb: Nerdy, introverted genius lepidopterist, Lawson Gale, is an expert on butterflies. He finds himself in a small town in Tasmania on a quest from an old professor to find an elusive species that may or may not even exist. Local Parks and Wildlife officer, Jack Brighton, is an ordinary guy who loves his life in the sleepy town of Scottsdale. Along with his Border collie dog, Rosemary, his job, and good friends, he has enough to keep from being lonely.…

  • Good Morning Monday – It’s Imago time!!

    It’s release week!!  *twirls*  Cue the nerves and release day jitters, but I’m really excited for the world to meet Lawson and Jack!  They’re so super cute <3 Release days are always awesome but scary, and it messes with my productivity. In case you missed it, I did an interview with Lawson and Jack for a Valentine’s Day post for the lovely RJ Scott. I’ll include it here, so you can read.. <3 NR:  I’d like to welcome two very special people. Lawson Gale and Jack Brighton, from my next release, Imago. Please take a seat. *both men sit. Lawson looks around the room, taking in every detail. Jack just…

  • Good Morning Monday! And the week that was…

    Another busy week!  I didn’t get as many words done on my WIP as I’d have liked but with admin stuff, errands and RL, it was all kinda uphill. For anyone who uses it, I now have a Google+ thingy. I’ve been super slack with it, but it’s set up now. Feel free to add me. My profile is HERE. Some exciting news: Last week I also signed contracts for FIVE, yes FIVE, titles to be done in audio with Tantor! The Cronin’s Key trilogy, The Weight Of It All, and Switched! It’s hard to believe that just a year ago, I had NONE of my books in audio. Now…

  • Imago, and The Butterfly Hunter by the lovely Julie Bozza

    I mentioned in a blog post a few weeks ago that I would explain the story of Imago and how I found out about The Butterfly Hunter, and how I almost died thinking I’d possibly (unknowingly) copied the story line. *takes deep breath*  So, here it is… A few weeks back when I was in Sydney, I met up with another author friend for coffee. We were discussing our WIP’s and I gave her a very brief plot rundown of my first draft of Imago. An Australian Lepidopterist. A parks and wildlife officer. A search for a butterfly that supposedly doesn’t exist. She gave me a strange, slightly horrified look and said,…