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Shopping for a Billionaire’s Fiancée by Julia Kent

Posted by on Feb 21st, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Shopping for a Billionaire’s Fiancée by Julia Kent

Description: All of our best dates end up in the emergency room…. I planned the perfect proposal. Plenty of lobster, caviar, champagne and–her favorite–tiramisu. The perfect setting. The perfect woman. The perfect everything. Dad gave me my late mother’s engagement ring, platinum and diamonds galore. Shannon wouldn’t care if I slid a giant hard-candy ring on her finger instead of a three-carat diamond designed to impress. But my future mother-in-law, Marie, will pass out when she sets eyes on that rock, which will...

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An Amazon Bestseller!

Posted by on Jan 27th, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

An Amazon Bestseller!

This is a screenshot of Little Boxes‘ sales rank on Amazon UK. Just call me one very excited and delighted author. I really have no other words, except huge thanks to everyone that’s buying and reading the book! Ce x P.S. Only a few days left to get it for $0.99/99p – so don’t miss out on bagging a literary...

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Pre-Order Now: Interviewing Wade by K D Grace, writing as Grace Marshall (@kd_grace)

Posted by on Jan 19th, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

Pre-Order Now: Interviewing Wade by K D Grace, writing as Grace Marshall (@kd_grace)

Coming 21st March!  Blurb: The Executive Decisions Trilogy may be over, but the story continues. Intrepid reporter, Carla Flannery, wants to interview Wade Crittenden, the secretive creative genius behind Pneuma Inc. But when, against all odds, Wade actually agrees to the interview, Carla suspects ulterior motives. Carla has made a lot of enemies in her work and when Wade discovers she’s being stalked, he agrees to the interview to keep her close and safe. As the situation turns deadly, lives and hearts are on the line, and the interview...

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On the amazement of actually selling books …

Posted by on Jan 16th, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

On the amazement of actually selling books …

Stuck in a work-related busy patch and feeling a bit bogged down, it’s been a minor miracle to see Little Boxes suddenly starting to take off. To begin with,  there were quite a few pre orders and a rush of early sales and then it all went very quiet. But this month – wow! It’s amazing what a special offer can do! Bringing the price down to 99p until the end of January has really helped.  Lucy Felthouse is a fabulous publicist and Tirgearr is a great publisher to work for, so I can’t take any credit, but it’s...

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Bargains from Tirgearr Publishing! #sale #99c #kindle

Posted by on Dec 29th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Bargains from Tirgearr Publishing! #sale #99c #kindle

Hi all, Hope you all had a fantabulous Christmas and are looking forward to an equally wonderful New Year. I’m briefly sneaking out of the festivities to let you know about the excellent sale now on from Tirgearr Publishing…   From now until the end of January, all of Tirgearr Publishing’s Kindle titles are just $0.99. The sale is across all Kindle sites, including the UK, where books are currently just 77p. But due to some dull VAT thing I don’t entirely understand, prices will be increased on the European sites...

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Fab Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #novel

Posted by on Dec 15th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Fab Reviews for Little Boxes! #littleboxes #romance #novel

Hello folks, I’ve had some really amazing reviews for Little Boxes. I just wanted to share some snippets with you…   “…this is definitely an exceptional story. The story was real and believable, and moved along at a nice pace that held my interest and kept me engaged. A most enjoyable read that I would recommend to anyone.” 5 out of 5, The Jeep Diva “…a special read as it addresses adult issues in a serious and thought-provoking way. It leaves you weighing your future and questioning your past. It’s a story for...

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My Inspiration for The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh (@Daithik3)

Posted by on Dec 12th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

My Inspiration for The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh (@Daithik3)

Growing up in the sixties and seventies in Ireland gave me the inspiration to write The Gun. Politics was always to the fore in peoples minds even though in this part of the country we were far removed from the troubles in the North of Ireland. It still was a factor in the lives of everyone on the island and created some of the divisions that I think are obvious in The Gun. The Deerstalker in a lot of ways is an unfortunate character who due to circumstances found himself for the first time in his life on the wrong side of the law. Due to an...

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Life as a Governess in Russia by Freda Lightfoot (@fredalightfoot)

Posted by on Dec 5th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Life as a Governess in Russia by Freda Lightfoot (@fredalightfoot)

Hiring a British governess was quite fashionable among Russian aristocracy during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. They loved English style and wished their sons to turn into little Lord Fauntleroys. Being able to speak English was considered to be a necessary social accomplishment. French too was fashionable among the upper classes so employing an English governess who could speak the language was ideal. A tutor might also be hired to provide instruction in Russian and history, and perhaps someone to teach the piano or violin,...

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Out Now – Nobody’s Baby by Carol Burnside (@carol_burnside)

Posted by on Dec 2nd, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Out Now – Nobody’s Baby by Carol Burnside (@carol_burnside)

- blurb She was the incubator, nothing more until the parents died tragically. Now she’s having Nobody’s Baby. For Kate Morissey, becoming a surrogate seems like a great way to refill her tuition account and get the education she’s always wanted. After putting her life on hold to raise and educate her two brothers, she’s desperate for freedom and a college degree that will secure her future. Weeks away from realizing her dreams, a freak accident threatens everything. Adopted as a boy into the safety of the Hawthorne family, Rio swore...

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Talking Inspiration with Tegon Maus (@tegonmaus)

Posted by on Nov 28th, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Talking Inspiration with Tegon Maus (@tegonmaus)

I’m asked on a regular basis… “who inspires you?  Who supported you when no one else did?”   By-in-large just one person… my wife…  Dearheart.  Now I wouldn’t say it has always been easy, not for her and certainly not for me but now I can say I’m cured! Yep, 100%… cured…  thanks to She who rules the house.  I was an addict, oh not like you think, nothing as mundane as drugs or alcohol or even sex… none of that common stuff for me.  No, I had fallen hard for practical jokes… any of them… all...

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