The fabulous cover of my next novel, Moondance, has just been revealed. Cat has always been in control of her life. Happily married to Dom, but flying high as a political lobbyist, she dismisses his desire to start a family... until she herself is ready. But what if it is then too late?
Moondance will be published by Blackbird Digital Books on 1st November 2016
I'm honoured to say that I have just won the People's Book Prize prize for Fiction for my first novel, The Road to Donetsk. Sky News covered the evening at the grand 16th century Stationers' Hall in the City of London. I dedicated the award to the people of Ukraine. Watch at 20.30 mins on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0fCuNbY-ns
I'm amazed to say that last night I won The People's Book Prize for Fiction. Thank you to all who voted.
Europe: Some Soft Arguments to Remain - From a Former EU Official
Get your tickets now for the Books Unbound Literary Festival 25th and 26th June 2016 at
The final for the People's Book Prize is getting closer... So please if you have read and enjoyed the book to vote for me. Thank you!
The Road to Donetsk will be appearing at the Writing From Life Event at Richmond Adult Education College this Thursday 16th June. I'll be there together with fellow author Susan Lee Kerr discussing how I've woven life experiences into my novel. From 7pm till 9pm. Cost £6.50.
The Road to Donetsk event at the Kyiv Book Festival this week, with Blackbird publisher Stephanie Zia and our wonderful interpreter Tanya Yakimenko
Waterstones Chiswick host an event on publishing, November 2015
Review of The Road to Donetsk by ONLINEBOOKCLUB.ORG
The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain host a promotional event for The Road to Donetsk. July 2015.
Clare Short, Former Secretary of State for International Development, at the launch of The Road to Donetsk, January 2015.