19th Feb, 2012

Sunday Snog -Dirty Deeds!

Hello all, another Sunday and another snog. Today I’m taking a hot kiss (and much more) from my story Dirty Deeds which features in Uniform Behaviour, edited by Lucy Felthouse and contributer to Help For Heroes!

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The Blurb:

Do you get all weak-kneed at the sight of a grubby fireman or a hunky soldier?…
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25th Jun, 2011

Short, Hot and revealing!

Hello everyone, just a quick note to point you in the direction of something you’re just not going to want to miss.

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An interview over with the wonderful Indigo Skye!

Find out more about my story in Uniform Behaviour, What I’ve got coming soon and how I get my inspiration as well as what I count as research over at Indigo’s blog!

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14th Jun, 2011

Uniform Behaviour Contest.

Oooh another exciting competition, aren’t you the lucky ones!

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Are you thankful for everything that men and women in the forces do for us on a daily basis? The authors that contributed to Uniform Behaviour certainly are, which is why we’re running this fabulous competition! From Flag Day (14th June) through the UK’s Armed Forces Day (25th June) up until Independence Day (4th July) we’re offering some very special prizes to those of you that send in awesome photographs of you reading Uniform Behaviour.…

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6th Jan, 2011

Extra Special Friends Thursday – Lucy Felthouse.

The lovely editor of Uniform Behaviour Joins us today for an extra special Friends Thursday!

My First Editing Gig

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Editing an anthology has been something I’ve wanted to do for some time. Then it looked as though the dream was going to become reality when a publisher asked me to edit an anthology.…

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24th Nov, 2010

Uniform Behaviour is now Available!

The lovely Lucy Felthouse has put together an anthology and it is now available for you to buy!

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Uniform Behaviour can be bought from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com,All Romance eBooks and Omnilit and here’s what it’s all about.

Do you get all weak-kneed at the sight of a grubby fireman or a hunky soldier?…

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