I’m very excited to announce that from midnight tonight you will be able to buy my latest book, A Woman of Love. It will be on sale through Amazonand The Wild Rose Press for $0.99.
To celebrate the release I’m going on a book tour. The stops on my tour are available under the March Book Tour and Giveaway heading in this website. Please join me.
On 1st April I’ll be awarding one lucky winner a $10 Amazon egift card, via rafflecopter.
I thought this might be a good time to share some of my memories and the reason I decided to set A Woman of Love in Berkshire and Windsor. It’s a beautiful part of the world and one I’m very familiar with, as I grew up in this area, and spent many happy days there, especially in my teenage years.
On rainy Sunday afternoons, when there weren’t many tourists about, me along with my friends, Valerie, and Mandy, would take the bus into Windsor and go for afternoon tea. There’s a little tearoom behind this crooked house. Rumor has it that the tearoom used to belong to Nell Gwen, mistress of Charles II, and that a secret tunnel runs from Windsor Castle to the house. Whether or not this is true I never found out, but it was fun to speculate.
We would sit with sniffling noses, and our fingers red from the cold. Valerie and Mandy drank tea and I ate the scones with clotted cream. We would talk about boys, school and all the inane, insensible things teenage girls talk about. Once we were warm and had said all there was to say we would step out into the rain, heading for the bus stop to catch the bus back home.
I met Valerie and Mandy just last summer. We’re all older now and our lives have taken separate directions. We’ve all had our ups and downs, but the memories of those years are still precious and always will be.
This is the Pinterest Board I made for A Woman of Love. These images helped me envision James' and Annabel's world.