Carnival Nights - free on Kindle for a limited time

I've not updated for a while because I'm in the process, the very slow process of moving over to word press. Since I'm fitting that in around writing, not much gets done. 

I'm in Porto at the moment, but mostly in my writing cave. I've slacked off a for a long time and now need to make money. It's been a weird experience here, with lots of crazy stuff happening, including locking myself out on the balcony of my apartment. The balcony is at the back and overlooks solemnly used courtyards so I thought I might be out there for days!

Then the other day I got my eyebrows threaded at the local shopping centre but I'm not sure the woman knew what she was doing. She managed to take chunks out of my brows and give me a rash on my face -- and I had to pay for that!

Anyway, in writing news, my short story collection, Carnival Nights is absolute free on Amazon for a limited time - 20-25 March, so grab a copy. It's also free any time you like to borrow if you are in Kindle Unlimited. 

Unlike many of my stories, this one does not contain smut. Absolutely safe for work and for kiddies. I want to write more short stories. I've been working on novels so long but I love the pinpoint precision that you can bring to something shorter.

Carnival Nights is a collection of short stories about the dreams and hopes we bury inside us and the consequences of acknowledging those dreams.

A country boy finally makes the move to the city but discovers things aren't the way he remembers them. 

A woman finds what she needs most after her death. 

A young girl learns that the idea of sex is better than the act.

Do you love YA paranormal?

After much nagging, my sister has finally written a book.  I might be bias but it's a damn fine book too (well even if I am bias, there are a bunch of glowing reviews that back me up).

The Truth Spell: Werewolf High book 1

As soon as I stepped onto the grounds of Amaris High, I knew I'd made a big mistake. I could never fit in at such a snobbish school – I was more IT girl than "it girl". But then I saw him. 

Sam Spencer. My childhood best friend. But it couldn't be. Sam Spencer had died three years ago, on the night that changed everything. I need to know what happened, why he's suddenly not dead and is hanging out with a bunch of rich kids. 

When the school is hit by a truth spell, it seems like the perfect chance to find out what Sam and his creepy new friends are hiding, but the weirder things get, the less I'm sure I want to know. Even for Sam, even for the free food, Amaris High might be more trouble than it's worth.

If you are a fan of paranormal with sassy heroines and hot werewolves (in a PG13 way), then check it out.