The anniversary party is in full swing over at The Romance Reviews, and today’s your chance to win an e-book copy of The Pride Of Amsterdam as part of their fantastic prize giveaway. To enter, simply log in to The Romance Reviews (you’ll need to register if you haven’t already done so), then and answer the multiple choice question relating to the book. There’s even a hint to help you find the correct answer.
Just click on the book cover below and it’ll take you to the TRR events page. Good luck!
…and to celebrate, they’re holding a month-long party throughout March in which you can win lots of great prizes, including a copy of my m/m paranormal novel, The Pride of Amsterdam. Over 250 authors are taking part, and there’ll be plenty of chances to win each day.
To find out more, click on the banner below.
I’m taking part in The Romance Reviews’ Third Anniversary Party, and today is your chance to win a copy of my older woman/younger man BDSM-themed novella from Totally Bound, Maestro. To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is register at TRR if you haven’t done so already, then answer the simple multiple-choice question. With over 200 authors taking part in the event, there are lots of other books and great prizes to be won every day, and the overall winner will get a $100 gift card. So what are you waiting for? Get over to The Romance Reviews now, and good luck!
To mark the occasion, they’ll be running a month-long birthday bash throughout March. I’m one of literally hundreds of authors who’ll be giving away prizes as part of the event. To find out more, get an idea of the many fabulous authors offering their books, and find out how you can be in the running to win a $100 gift card, click on the poster below. And I’ll be giving more details of my prize nearer the time, so watch this space.
I’m giving away a copy of my m/m medical novella, Down to Earth, as part of The Romance Reviews’ Year End Splash, but you’ll have to hurry, as you only have today to answer the question I’ve set relating to the story.
Just to remind you what the story involves, here’s the blurb:
It started out the happiest day of Ryan Johnson’s life. At breakfast, his long-time boyfriend Craig accepted his proposal that they enter a civil partnership, and in the afternoon he’s making a parachute jump—a surprise organised by his new fiancé. But when his chute fails to open, experienced skydiver Ryan finds himself in the hospital, in traction and not going anywhere for a while…and everything starts to fall apart.
High-maintenance Craig doesn’t seem to want to be there for him anymore, but down-to-earth Luke—the hottest male nurse Ryan has ever seen—is determined to help him make a full recovery…and maybe even win his heart in the process…
Click on the cover below to go to The Romance Reviews event page. I’ll be notifying the lucky winner once they’ve been announced, so good luck and have fun taking part!
The Emergency Servicing m/m medical anthology has received a really nice review at The Romance Reviews. Reviewer Lynn calls it ‘a great collection of short, steamy, and sweet love stories’, and says of my novella, Down To Earth, that it’s ‘very sweet and genuine with the emotions of the characters well written’. To read the full review, click on the cover image below.
There are things almost every writer dreams of – a place on the New York Times best-seller list, royalty cheques the size of JK Rowling’s… But everyone who writes hopes that, one day, one of their works will really strike a chord with readers and reviewers. It makes all the hard work worth while to know you’ve written something someone, somewhere identifies with. That’s the case with this amazing review I’ve received of His at The Romance Reviews, one of the top sites for GBLT fiction. Reviewer DH Starr calls it ‘a brilliantly erotic and evocative story of Dom and sub’ and says it ‘has transcended from an enjoyable read to a read I will carry with me’. I’m not one of the world’s greatest braggers – in fact, my own trumpet’s gone rusty from the lack of being blown – but praise like this really makes me feel I’m doing something right.
Read the full review here – and thanks so much, DH!