What? Is that a typo? Uh, NOPE! This past weekend at the Northern Hearts conference, the annual get-together of Canadian members of the Toronto Romance Writers organization (an esteemed chapter of the HUGE Romance Writers of America), UNTIL THE LAST STAR FADES won me the freakin’ most AMAZING award —
UNTIL THE LAST STAR FADES releases on November 8! Would you like to participate in the social media release day blitz? All participants who sign up and post the cover or one of several created memes will be entered into a random draw for a $20 US Amazon gift card.
London Belongs to Me and London, Can You Wait? have travelled around the world and ended up in the hands of readers in so many countries including Canada, US, the UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Colombia, South Africa, Estonia, Slovakia, Argentina, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Mexico, Morocco, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia,
There’s nothing better than readers’ photos from Instagram! The Bookstagram community is kind, creative, and well-read. Take a look at their photos of London Belongs to Me and London, Can You Wait?—gorgeous, aren’t they? Here’s a sampling of over 300 photos posted to date! If you love books, be
Plenty of London Belongs to Me and London, Can You Wait? love on Instagram! Thank you SO MUCH to all the readers who continue to post their beautiful Bookstagram shots of my books. You are amazing and I love each and every one! Here’s another sampling of some of the
You know what never gets old? Seeing photos on social media of your books! You guys spoil me! Thank you so much for the book love. So far, there have been over 300 photos posted of London Belongs to Me and London, Can You Wait? on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Part Ten? Seriously? Yep! I am SO flattered you guys love my book covers so much that you show off your photos on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. It’s been fifteen months since London Belongs to Me came out in October 2016 and the photos just keep coming…there are over 300
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