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2015 Update

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First update for the year! Although this might place the date as 31st of Dec. In Australia it’s the first and I spent my NYE reading and eating pizza. It was perfect.

My next update will be roughly in a week which will include the cover reveal for Revolution. So I thought I could use this one to post my best reads for 2015. 
Bound Series by Cynthia Eden

A series of short paranormal reads that I breezed through. I love how Eden writes and the worlds she manages to create. A special mention to Hotter After Midnightwhich I loved, Once Bitten, Twice Burned, and I read and loved Marked By The Vampire and Charming The Beastwhich were fantastic also. I can’t wait to continue on with both of those series.

Talking Dirty With The Boss by Jackie Ashenden


I picked this book up on a whim and fell completely in love. I love Ashenden’s writing. I loved this group of people she created and even though I read it completely out of order (book 3 first, then I went back and read Talking Dirty With The CEO, th…

November Update

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This year has gone so fast! November was a bit of a mixed bag for me. I’ll start with the good news. I finished my standalone book! I went a little writing mad and wrote close to 50,000 words on it to make this draft finish at around 90,000 words. Not a bad size. This is a New Adult Dystopian Romance. I have a cover almost ready and that reveal will happen early January. It is called Revolution and I am hoping for a release towards the end of January. So I’ll have more news to share on that next month.
I also lost my Nanna on November 24th. I was very close with her and I am devastated. She loved reading and for much of my life I always remember her with a book by her side. She loved to read romance. She took a bad turn last year and that got me thinking about death and that is where the idea for Haunted Love came from. Even though it wasn’t a complete surprise, I still feel shocked that she is really gone. So a sad end for November.
I didn’t read as much this month either. I was too bu…