Shortlisted for Romantic Novelist Association Award
I was over the moon at being shortlisted by the Romantic Novelist Association for this years Inclusion Award. I didn’t win, but I truly feel like a winner just for making it to the shortlist.
Hammersmith & Fulham Writers’ Festival
During the lockdown, I realised that the London borough I lived in had no writers’ festival of its own. So, I approached some local creative hubs and put my idea of hosting a writer’s festival in the borough to them. And it happened this year, and will now be happening annually. It is the Hammersmith & Fulham Writers’ Festival and I am pleased to say I am the founder and the festival director. Keep checking in for news of next years’ festival.
Here are some highlights of our pilot, hope you will join us next year. https://www.handfwritersfestival.com
I’m excited – Stylist Magazine has featured my novel, Love Again in their book club. Check it out and my feature inside.
The Royal Mint is right, Enid Blyton’s racism tarnished my childhood
Love Again out September 24th 2020
Love Again is a classic fake relationship turned real love romance saga. Honey Fontaine is a young woman trying to evade her mother’s husband hunting by enlisting pretend boyfriend, handsome businessman Ashley Elliott. Neither are prepared for the intensity of feelings that develop.
Pre-order now available from Amazon, Jacaranda Books, Waterstone, Foyles
For my second novel, Love Again to be included in the #Twentyin2020 campaign is exciting and exhilarating all at the same time. There is no better time to be given the opportunity and the platform to present multi-cultural Britain with diverse voices and whose story-telling is woven from a mixture of rich, diverse cultures that transport the reader into a world, not so unfamiliar to their own.