Category Archives: Love Across Londons
It’s Flash Sale Sunday! Download A Novel for 99 Cents!
I began writing The Never List as a love letter to London. After moving home from England, I found myself reminiscing fondly about the city, its people and rhythm, its history and uniqueness. Many of my favorite locations have worked … Continue reading
Happy Launch Day! The Next Forever is Available Now!
Today I’m celebrating the release of The Next Forever, book three in my Love Across Londons series. These novels are a cross-genre blend of romance, adventure, and intrigue. Join Charles & Victoria as they travel to 1920s London and then … Continue reading
It’s Cover Reveal Day with a SNEAK PEEK coming soon!
There are lots of “benchmark” moments that I celebrate as an author on the journey to publication. Seeing the book’s cover for the first time is one of my favorites! And because people do tend to judge a book by … Continue reading
Celebrate Summer with a FREE Paperback!
It’s time for GIVEAWAY No. 2! Packing for vacation? Heading to the pool? Got a date with a beach? Win a copy of The Never List (Love Across Londons Book One) to enjoy during the long summer days. Between June … Continue reading
Celebrate Summer with a FREE eBook!
I’m so excited that summer is finally here, I’m giving away FREE eBooks to celebrate! Cue the confetti cannon! Kindle users can enter to win one of seven FREE eBook copies of The Never List (Book One in the Love Across … Continue reading
The Never List sequel is available now!
Just in time for the summer holidays, return to London with The Best-Left Questions. I think I loved this journey with Charles & Victoria even more than the last! After exploring Victorian England in The Never List, this book takes our heroes … Continue reading
It’s no joke! The Never List sequel is available NOW for pre-order at Amazon and Smashwords!
The Best-Left Questions picks up where The Never List ended, ushering readers back to the romantic and whimsical world of Charles Stratford & Victoria Smith. After returning to London in 2014, Charles finds himself in need of a job – and answers … Continue reading