• Good Morning Monday! Silence – that shit is golden.

    Yep, it’s Monday again. And if you’ve been reading these weekly musings from me, you’ll know Monday is my favourite day of the week! Sounds crazy, I know. But hear me out. After busy BUSY weekends of sport, usually travelling somewhere, housework, laundry for days, grocery shopping, noise, yelling at kids to pick their shit up, Monday to me means blessed silence. Si. Lence. And I tell ya, that shit is golden. LOL I love silence. When my house is quiet and still, and the coffee is hot, it’s like the best thing ever. For writing, anyway. I’ve had a busy week with work. What I got done: Worked on…

  • Good Morning Monday! What’s news?

    Seriously, it’s like I’m writing these GMM posts every second day… This post is only going to be super short. A fly-by post, really. Anywhooooo, it’s been another busy week. I swear, they all are these days. Because Yanni’s Story is 120K words long, my editor is doing edits in three split parts. The book itself is written in three parts, so it makes sense to edit in three smaller, more manageable sections. Then we’ll put it all back together into one book before release 🙂  Anyway, I’ve done the first-round edits of the first section. I’m still hoping for an August 29th release, but damn, it’s gonna be super…

  • Good Morning Monday! August already?

    Thought I’d try a different GMM pic today. 🙂 So can you believe it’s August already? Where the hell has this year gone? Lordy, does time fly when you’re having fun! My real life has been crazy-busy and my daughter turned 15! If someone could please explain to me where those 15 years went, that’d be great! LOL Weekly Update: This week I’ve been working on a few things. Re-working, adding to, fixing and re-writing some existing fics I’d written a long time ago. Both were once fanfiction, but they now don’t resemble the world they were created in. One is male/female romance, which is something I’ve not delved into…

  • Good Morning Monday ~ Interview with Julie Bozza and me!

    An interview that turned into a conversation between N.R. Walker, author of Imago, and Julie Bozza, author of Butterfly Hunter, in which we talk about butterflies, Australia, and other transformative matters. Julie: Congratulations on your new novel Imago! What was it that inspired you to write this story? N.R.: I was scouting pre-made cover sites about a year beforehand (it’s my go-to procrastination hobby LOL) and found the striking cover with the butterfly. I had to have it, even though I didn’t have a story, or even an idea for one, at that point. Twelve months later, when I was travelling around the US, I had a scene come to…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Good Morning Monday! It’s an Imago kind of day…

    I’ve been sitting on this cover FOREVER. I actually found the cover twelve months ago on a pre-made site and just had to have it. I had no story idea for it, but it was so striking, I just had to have it. Then, in my travels across the US, I had a spark of inspiration at, of all places, an airport. Lord knows I spent enough time in them across the country LOL. All I knew was these two characters met at an airport and one of them had car rental issues and the other offers him a lift. That was all I had. I let the story ferment…

  • Perfect Catch is now live!

    Perfect Catch is now live on Amazon KU!   You can find it HERE! BLURB: ** Perfect Catch was previously released as part of an anthology. Now available as a single release. 19,000 words, gay romance. ** Calvin Lynch and Troy Hoffman have been best mates since they were fourteen years old. They’re both hard-working tradesmen, both love weekends away fishing, both gay, but have never been single at the same time. Until now. What is supposed to be a weekend away fishing with a group of mates, changes at the last minute when friends bail out in an attempt to give Cal and Troy some alone time. With more…

  • Switched is out now!!

    Switched is now live on Amazon! Amazon US Amazon UK Amazon AUS Amazon DE <3 Blurb: Israel Ingham’s life has never been easy. He grew up in a house devoid of love and warmth. Nothing he ever did was good enough. The fact Israel is gay just added to the long list of his father’s disappointments. Then a letter from Eastport Children’s Hospital changes everything. A discovery is made, one of gross human error. Twenty-six years ago two baby boys were switched at birth and sent home with the wrong families. Sam, Israel’s best friend, has been his only source of love and support. With Sam beside him every step…