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    Cover reveal for my new release – Snowbound – which will published November 21st 2016


    Today I am so excited to reveal the gorgeous cover for my Christmas novella – Snowbound….take a look below. Isn’t it gorgeous?
    Snowbound – A Chicklit Christmas novella
    ​When Zara’s boyfriend can’t come home to Sydney from New York for Christmas she decides to surprise him instead. Sure, the ticket costs a bomb and her overbearing family thinks it is a bad idea, but that’s what you do for love right? Or so she tells the tall and hunky ex-basketball star, Kyle, who is squeezed into the plane seat beside her.

    When a blizzard hits and she finds herself stranded in Denver a few things become clear – her boyfriend isn’t that heartbroken about her absence, the airport doesn’t seem like a very festive place to be snowed-in, and there certainly aren’t enough pumpkin spiced lattes to fix the situation.

    So when Kyle offers to take her to stay at his buddy’s empty house she decides to take a chance and make the best of her first white Christmas. What she hadn’t banked on was Kyle’s ex and a reality television crew crashing the Christmas party.

    If you like fun and flirty heroes, ugly sweaters, snow covered mountains and sugar cookies, you’ll enjoy reading Snowbound these holidays.

    Snowbound will be released on November 21st.

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    Snowbound - Cover

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    Musical Monday – ode to New York


    Alphabet Dating Mug and Kindle EditionDue to the release of Alphabet Dating this weekend I have songs about New York on my mind.

    If you download the book drop me a line and let me know what you thought. I’m hoping the paperback will be available in a week or two.

    I’ve never lived in New York but I have been lucky enough to visit a few times. New York is a very long way from Sydney so I never seem to get to stay long enough.

    My first trip to New York was on my 16th birthday and I was there for less than a day. That’s a very long story I won’t share with you now but this song will always remind me of that day.
    And because I’m apparently feeling nostalgic on this fine Monday morning here is one of my all-time favourite New York songs from the movie Top of the Town, which I love. ( I may have watched so many old musicals as an early teen that I must admit I’m still a little sad when people don’t break into song and dance routines more often. Maybe I’m not alone, everyone loves a flash mob.)
    Finally here’s one that I think the lovely Serena from Alphabet Dating might enjoy.