7 Things about We'll Always Have Venice Day 7 - Welcome to Venice! A fascinating place with a long history and a unique sense of humour! Venice is itself the ultimate secondary character for a romcom and I loved spending two books here! Se vedemo, Venessia! Te vojo ben!
Publication Day for We'll Always Have Venice I'm still struggling to believe this is my fourth publication day in 20 months!! I ADORE writing my love stories in amazing locations, but sometimes I do find the surrounding 'business' side tiring. I try to talk about my work and my characters and the stuff I love … Continue reading Publication Day!
7 Things about We'll Always Have Venice day 6 - Friends-to-lovers with banter and nicknames I had a lot fun crafting Norah and Gianluca's love story starting resolutely with friendship, because they both have reasons not to go any further, but with chemistry that neither one could ignore. Thus we have the warm fuzzies of … Continue reading 7 Things Day 6
s Have7 Things about We'll Always Have Venice day five - fritto misto and seafood risotto They eat fritto misto and seafood risotto. 'Nuff said really. Mmmmmmmmm. But really, the seafood risotto is part of one of my favourite scenes. We'll Always Have Venice is a summer book, but it does feature a fierce late … Continue reading 7 Things Day Five
7 Things about We'll Always Have Venice Day 4 - There's a wedding... or maybe not I won't say too much about today's hint, except to mention that in this, readers who have already picked up A Match Made in Venice might be able to guess what this is about. I really enjoyed writing a … Continue reading 7 Things Day Four
7 Things Day 3 - Dafne saves them from a storm Norah and Gianluca's friendship is cemented the first weekend, when they're caught in a storm that rolls in off Lake Garda. Lucky Dafne is there to help. She's Gianluca's first love, slim and sturdy and beautiful. But just who is she really??
7 things day 2 - Gianluca has a tattoo of a duck Our male main character in We'll Always Have Venice is Gianluca Marangon. He handcrafts oars and oarlocks for gondolas and other Venetian boats, as well as rowing with his crew, campaigning for sustainable tourism and going shopping with his grandma. Did I mention … Continue reading 7 things about We’ll Always Have Venice – Day Two
We'll Always Have Venice comes out in less than a week, so I thought I'd give you a few fun hints of what's to come in the story and tell you a bit about the characters while I'm at it. Day 1 Hint: Norah carries a rifle in the last scene Norah York is the … Continue reading 7 Things about We’ll Always Have Venice – Day One
I should be editing book 5, which has taken a little longer to draft than I'd like, but I am interrupting that to reflect on something I've been thinking about a lot. One review today made me think more about it. We'll Always Have Venice has had the best start of all my books on … Continue reading Writing Comfort Reads
I'm thrilled to officially announce the publication of my fourth book, We'll Always Have Venice on 28 April 2022! These characters were an absolute joy to write. It's full of banter and affection, and a love that grows even though neither of them believes it's possible. When I was writing, my theme word was SWOON! … Continue reading We’ll Always Have Venice