Monday, 10 February 2014

A vist from Elizabeth Seckman - Fate Intended Blog Tour

I'm really pleased to have the lovely Elizabeth Seckman on my blog today because she is simply one of those fellow writers it's a pleasure to know. I probably don't really need to introduce her as so many of you already know her. I'm totally in love with the cover for her newest book, Fate Intended, and it's definitely going on my 'to read' stack!  

Over to you, Elizabeth!

Okay Linda, you asked for a surprise; I promised you something sexy.

Whoop! Well, it is nearly my birthday, after all!

Here's a little somethin' for the ladies:

And a little somethin' for the gents...

Miss you Linda! Hope you enjoyed your sexiness ;)

Man, that sexiness was something else! ;-) Thanks for that, Elizabeth! Come back to visit again soon :-)

Fate Intended is the third book in the Coulter Men Series.  Trip is the last of the Coulter sons to find love. He’s a handsome man with all the skills a young spy needs to succeed. But when it comes to love, he misses the target. Jane is a sweet beauty who may or may not be wanted for murder. She’s hiding out as a cleaning lady when chance brings her and Trip together. It looks like a happily ever after is in the cross hairs until reality tries to destroy what fate has intended.

Elizabeth Seckman is a simple chick with a simple dream…to write stories people want to read.
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Wednesday, 5 February 2014

IWSG February

I'm looking forward to hopping around and finding out how everyone's feeling now that we've got through January and the New Year's Resolutions are in full swing (or not!)

I was feeling distinctly insecure in January... I was working on a project I wasn't feeling the love for but felt I had to continue with, and was also finding it very hard to find enough time to write. The situation is now resolved and I'm working on something else instead when I have the time.

TIME! The greatest bug-bear of all! I have decided that in February - and in the rest of 2014 - it will not be my enemy. I am going to write when I can... and if I simply can't for a few days, so be it. I've read so much about 'write every day, no matter what it is,' that I was developing a bit of a paranoia about my skills slipping away if I didn't.

I can't, though. End of.

Trying makes me feel stressed and ill.

So, I'm going to chill!

Cat Chilled Out

One day, I'll have more time on my hands. Until then I'll do what I can.

So - how are you feeling?

Thanks for visiting - and as always thanks to Alex for starting it all off. You can find all the participants here on his blog.

Oh, and while I'm here... I'd like to introduce you to my husband who has just started his blog. He's a sort of 'urban poet', I think! You can find his first ever post here - please go and say 'hi'!