Monday, 9 December 2013

New Release! Curves and the Rodeo Star (BBW Romance - Coldwater Springs 4)

Curves and the Rodeo Star (BBW Romance - Coldwater Springs 4) is out now!  The official release day is Wednesday 11 December but it's now live on Amazon. I really enjoyed writing this novelette and hope you enjoy reading it :-)  At 11,600 words, it's the second longest in the Coldwater Springs series.

So, what's it about?  Here's the description:

When Emma Banks meets ex-rodeo star Cade Winters, she finds him a little too cocky for his own good!  Although he’s attractive, he's also infuriating.

When he trains one of the horses she cares for, she runs out of excuses to avoid him.  Thrown together almost daily, she sees a different side to him and realizes she’s fallen in love with him. 

But what does Cade feel about her?  Can he truly love her - and her curves?

This is a sexy contemporary romance novelette of approximately 11,600 words.

Curves and the Rodeo Star is a stand-alone romance, but you may also enjoy the three previous books in the series.

Sunday, 1 December 2013


Thank you, Diana Persaud for including me in this blog hop.

1.What're you working on now?

 Curves and the Rodeo Star, the fourth book in my Coldwater Springs series. It's a BBW Romance.  Release day is December 11, 2013!  You can find out about the other books in the series here:

 2. How's it different from other work in the genre?

I love writing BBW romances.  As a curvy girl myself, I know firsthand what dating is like for my heroines.

3.   Why do you write?

 Because I have to, LOL!  I've been writing since I was little. I've taken time off throughout the years, but once I bought my Kindle last year and read hundreds of short romances, I thought, I'm going to share my stories with the world :-)

4.  How does your process work?

 With discipline.  At the moment I can only write in my spare time, so the first thing I do when I turn on the computer every day is to write my 1,000 words.  I've found if I put off my writing until I've checked my emails, etc, I either run out of time or I don't feel like buckling down and writing.  

Sometimes a story idea will pop into my head when I'm doing housework, so I go and write it down, otherwise it can just disappear into the ether! And from that idea, I plot out a story and start writing.

If you'd like to find out about exciting gothic novels, visit my friend Lucinda Elliot who's written, That Scoundrel Emile Dubois.