How do you like the new cover? For those who haven't read it yet, here is the first chapter: *** CHAPTER ONE If fairies had descended from London’s night sky and peered through the skylight above Sophia’s bedroom, they would have marvelled at a picture of peace, beauty and enchantment. A picture that would be shattered at precisely 4.17 am. But we are getting ahead of ourselves, so let’s rewind a little. Her mom had always said she looked like a fairy-tale princess when she s
Welcome to a world of dreamy dresses, witty royals and Instagram-friendly kisses, set in whimsical London.
My new book doesn't have a cover, it doesn't have a title, but it has one of the most fun characters I ever got to create: meet Sophia, a fierce modern-day Cinderella living in contemporary London. She works in Harrods, one of the world's largest luxury department stores. There she will meet a prince... following a very problematic misunderstanding.
I'm a big believer in goal-setting (I'm a big believer full stop, in fact). And since we're on this journey together, I thought I would share them with you. Let's say you're my accountability partners.
First things first: I'm nearly there on the last instalment of Book 3 (Lost in Love). After the major upset in Book 2, Joanna's fate is even more uncertain than ever. The ending is written in the stars, but the path she will take to get there is an epic ride. Then, I would re
I have wanted to write since I was 8 years old. It took me 26 years to do it: at 34, I finally completed my first novel (different pen name; I might reveal it to you when we know each other better). It went on to become an international bestseller, and I penned 7 more with world-famous publishing houses. I always knew I wanted to set the rules for myself, and have toyed with the idea of publishing my books myself since 2010. But I was scared to do it. It took me 7 years to ta