Waterstones Kirkcaldy – 19th October

I’m still in the depths of editing, but after months of living in what has felt like a building site, I’m not going to fret about it. We will soon be out the other side and all our hard work will have been worth it.

Hopefully the house will be finished (all but one room) by mid to end November and life will return to normal.

The final room and the garden are now next year’s problem!

My manuscript will go to the editor in 12 days (gulp) but that will then be me back on track. We have scheduled the current series so that two novels will be released each year, starting next year. Anna’s Promise will be out in March with Amelia’s Home following on in October.

But onto more imminent events…

Next Thursday, 19th, I will be in Waterstones, Kirkcaldy, being interviewed by the lovely James.

We will be chatting about romantic suspense, why I have chosen to base my latest series on the Isle of Skye, and all things writing.

If you are in the area, it would be great to see you.

Admission is free.


November 4th – Auchterarder Book Festival

This is a brand new festival and I’m thrilled to have been asked to take part. I will be reading from The Fairy in the Kettle Trilogy. My books (children’s and romantic suspense) will be in the bookshop and I will be milling around, chatting and enjoying the days events. If you are in the area and pop along, be sure to say hello.


November 18th & 19th – Angus Book Festival

I’ve taken part in this festival most years and this year we are moving to a brand new location, Links Hotel, Montrose. I’m looking forward to seeing both the organisers and authors, some of whom I haven’t seen since last year.

More details on both festivals will be posted on my social media once the scheduling is complete. I will then be able to let you know times to my specific events.