A Tale of Two Conferences

I spent the middle of August in Queensland. Respite from Melbourne’s very chilly winter was a bonus but not the purpose. Instead, I was attending my first ever Romance Writers of Australia conference, and then loitering a little longer so I could join Tim on the Sunshine Coast for his conference with the Australian Society of Travel Writers. And then […]

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Add a little Spark! to your life

Every writer needs a bit of encouragement – wherever they are in their career. We all like to know what techniques other writers use to get started, to keep going, to get motivated and to write even when we’re not. I contribute from time to time to an excellent little newsletter called Spark! Distributed by Improbable Press, it’s designed to […]

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Reviews: The Adventure of the Colonial Boy

“I admit to being wary about whether [Harris] could really, truly pull off a romance for Holmes and Watson. I am convinced. She more than pulled it off. She nailed it. And now I’m swept headlong into a vision of Holmes and Watson, forever changed.” – CoachJanette, Amazon.com “I bought the ebook because I couldn’t wait – and ended up […]

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Announcement: Improbable Press

Gentlebeings, I am very excited and thoroughly delighted to announce my newest book project! A well known UK publisher of Holmesian fiction has started a new imprint – Improbable Press! Improbable Press will specialise in Sherlock Holmes romance and erotica, across both Victorian and contemporary settings. And I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Improbable have said yes to my pitch […]

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The Books of Love: The Apothecary’s Garden by Julie Bozza

Reviewed by Minion Beck The blurb… Hilary Kent, a Londoner all his working life, retires to Wiltshire after an estranged cousin unexpectedly leaves him an inhabitable tower surrounded by an overgrown physic garden – and that’s when graduate student Tom Laurence suddenly erupts into his life, convincing him that together they can restore the ancient garden to its former glory. […]

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