I hope you all had a wonderful day yesterday! To continue my (Diana) Christmas theme for the holiday, here's a post I wrote earlier this year about how important it is for me. Okay, the book itself is set around Christmas, and has a festively titled leading lady, but I can't honestly claim that IT'S…

It's Christmas! (Or it nearly is.) And I'm one of those people who've actually written a book with the word Christmas in the title. What's more, it's available this festive season at 99c/99c. Earlier this year I write a post introducing Diana, here it is. via Who is Diana Christmas?

Book Review: Diana Christmas – F. R. Jameson

I'll be honest, I've been caught up with other work and haven't written as much about plots as I would have liked - so the promised post will now appear next week. Instead, well, I was thrilled this morning to find a lovely review of DIANA CHRISTMAS by Rebecca (fantasyst95) over at her ReviewsFeed blog.…

Diana Christmas is published today!

Well, the day has come - DIANA CHRISTMAS is finally published. Do you want a brand new noir thriller? One crammed full of unexpected twists and turns? What happened to the glamorous film star who disappeared?  What sordid secrets derailed her life? My new novel, Diana Christmas, is published today and is currently available for the…

Diana Christmas – What next?

DIANA CHRISTMAS is its own self-contained story. It has a beginning, a middle and an end. I promise I won’t ever irritate my readers by leaving a novel on a ‘duh-duh-duuuuh' cliff-hanger. However, even though it has an ending. I have included a big clue for what I’m doing next. In the opening chapters (indeed…

Just a reminder…

I don't know if I've mentioned this before, but my new novel, DIANA CHRISTMAS, is on sale in ten days time. If you're can't wait that long to find out more about it, then good news! The first three chapters are still available for free download on Instafreebie. Just click here, and they're yours.

Who is Diana Christmas?

Who is Diana Christmas? Good question. Who is she and why does she have a whole book named after her? Back in the 1950s, Diana Christmas was a really big star in British films. A gorgeous, vivacious, red-headed star; Britain’s answer to Rita Hayworth. Undeniably she was glamourous, undeniably she was sexy, but she was…