More London Belongs to Me photos! I am trying (badly) to play catch-up! So many readers’ photos of London Belongs to Me popped up on social media during spring and summer—just when I was finishing London, Can You Wait?—and I had no choice but to let go of the reins
Hey, guys! I had so much fun celebrating Nicole Trilivas and her awesome Girls Who Travel a few weeks back that I’ve decided to do it all over again! Please welcome Penelope Douglas! Penelope is a New York Times best-selling author and has written ten must-read novels, including the seriously
Let’s celebrate authors and the gorgeous books they create! I’ve decided to add a new feature to my website, and hopefully, it will make a regular appearance. As a big-time lover of books, I want to share my favourites with fellow readers and whenever possible, showcase an interview with the
A playlist of songs that inspired—and are featured in—my new adult, contemporary novel, London Belongs to Me … a story about diverse friendship, fandoms, and theatre, published October 2016 by Kirkwall Books.
Panic in the streets of London… It sounds like a line straight out of my novel, London Belongs to Me, doesn’t it? But, it’s actually a lyric from “Panic”—one of my favourite songs by The Smiths. As much as I adore that song, I have a big issue with the word ‘panic’.
Is a question I hear a lot! My answer? You don’t have to wait too long to find out! Sequel news! My debut novel, London Belongs to Me, is getting a sequel. If you want to know what happens next for Alex, Mark, Lucy, Freddie, Harry, and the LBTM gang,
It’s here! Finally! I’ve been meaning to copy my iPod’s London Belongs to Me playlist into Spotify for weeks, and finally had the time to do it. Unfortunately, Spotify doesn’t have all the songs that feature in my personal playlist, but I managed to get most of them in there (if
The London Belongs to Me photos just keep coming! And I LOVE it! Readers from around the world—Canada, the US, the UK, Estonia, Albania!—have been posting their gorgeous shots of LBTM on Instagram … think these photos are pretty spectacular? For more, follow the Instagram feeds of these wonderful people (you’ll see
Admitting that I have panic attacks doesn’t make me weak … it makes me strong. Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day, a time to talk about mental health and end the stigma surrounding mental illness. It took me a long time to admit to friends, to admit to the world
It all started in 2014 with a Facebook post from my husband. “So, I met a doctor …” That was it. No explanation, deliberately vague. Was I supposed to be impressed? Concerned? Oh God, was this one of those weird cheating confessions that you hear about when guys go away