Well, well, well! This weekend was certainly exciting! The Certainty of Chance won the OUTSTANDING HOLIDAY FICTION AWARD at the Independent Author Network’s 2022 BOOK OF THE YEAR awards this weekend. It was also a finalist in the Romance category. The Independent Author Network is an international competition for fiction
I had the absolute pleasure of talking all things meet cute with USA bestselling author, Melonie Johnson, on Instagram this morning. I share my own New York City-based meet cute with my British husband along with my favourite meet cutes in movies and my own books! Watch here!
I had the best time talking books recently with Erin Branscom on Amazon Live! We talked about my latest, The Certainty of Chance, and our latest favourite reads! Check it out here. Huge hugs and a heartfelt thanks to Erin for hosting me!
If you missed my live event with author and all around lovely person, Rachel McMillan, you can watch our discussion now (or whenever you fancy it. Gotta love modern technology). I had the most amazing time and can’t wait for the day when I get to meet Rachel in person.
On Friday, February 26, I spoke with Megan from Old Firehouse Books in Colorado about romance, playlists, and London during our Say Hello, Kiss Goodbye chat. Even my floofy puppy Charlie made an appearance! To watch, click here. Thanks to Megan and Old Firehouse Books for organizing a wonderful virtual
On Friday, December 4, I had the pleasure of discussing SAY HELLO, KISS GOODBYE with Jessica Buck of the Escondido Public Library. I had so much fun talking about writing, chocolate, and Leia & Tarquin! To watch the video, click here. Huge thank you to Jess, the Escondido Library, and the
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve probably seen the super cute customized pencils I ordered for my SAY HELLO, KISS GOODBYE gift boxes. I actually ordered two different designs: the first with my book’s tag like WILL HER FLING BECOME HIS FOREVER? along with the title SAY
London may get top billing in my books’ titles, but Manchester is just as important to Alex Sinclair. After all, Manchester is the young American’s birthplace and home to her dad Michael, step-mum Helen, and feisty motorcycle-riding grandmother, Joan. Let’s go behind-the-scenes. Let’s head up north! I LOVE Manchester! My
One of the fun parts about writing a book is how you can let your imagination run wild. You don’t have to stay rooted in reality and can make up shops, restaurants, even names of bands, TV shows, and movies (Cider with Rosie, Lairds and Liars, Equinox Ten, Full Throttle 3: Blood
Food, glorious food! My characters like food a little bit TOO much, but hey, that’s one of the reasons why we get along so well! They eat, they drink, and they think about junk food (mostly) far too often. So, let’s go on a gastronomic tour of the good, the
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