Advanced Readers of Forever Blue – what did you think?

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On the 31st of May the giveaway of advanced reader’s copies of Forever Blue ended. It wasn’t a long giveaway but there were still around 100 copies claimed. Thank you to everyone who took an interest.

If you were one of the people who got a free copy, I hope you’re enjoying it! I love to hear what you thought. Please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment, or emailing on

And if the urge strikes, I’d really love a review on Goodreads. It doesn’t need to be much, just a sentence or two letting people know what you thought.

As an indie author, it is often hard to get the word out about your book. The reach and the exposure of traditionally published books just isn’t available, (unless you have large sums of money lying around) so any review, even by word of mouth, is greatly appreciated.

If you missed out on the giveaway, or, if you’d like to support Forever Blue by pre-ordering a copy, please follow this link to the Kindle Store.

And remember, the first book in my Behind Glass Series is only 99c on Kindle. Check it out here.

I hope this post finds you well.

Roll on June 17th!

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Girl Beneath Stars Out Now!

Today’s the day that my second full length novel goes on sale! (I’m not exactly sure when as NZ time is ahead of the USA)

Girl Beneath Stars is the sequel to Girl Behind Glass and follows Willow on her journey as she is hunted by the Guardians and attempting to find her father.

Girl Behind Glass is currently free, so if you haven’t read it yet, read on over to grab your copy now – and then grab your copy of Girl Beneath Stars – 

And I’d love it if you left a review!

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Updated version of Girl Behind Glass & Boy In Uniform available on Kindle

Earlier in the month I contacted Amazon and let them know that I had made some changes to Girl Behind Glass and Boy In Uniform. These changes included new links to my social media profiles and also corrected some errors. Today they emailed back saying that because the changes were considered minor, they would not be contacting the people that had downloaded the book, but they would offer the update option for those who choose to do so.

So if you would like to update your version, and you do not have updates set to automatic, here’s what to do:

Log into your amazon account (

Go to Manage your Content and Devices.

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Under Content it will list all the books you have downloaded.

Beside the book title there should be an option to update the book. If no options appears then you already have the latest version.