Congratulations, Alison aka Juliet. Two names to market – I’m still learning with the one. 🙂
It is a new year. A new day.* And I have a new book out under a whole new name. Which, frankly, is a lot of shiny newness to get one’s head around.
So let’s focus on the new book and the new name. And I’ll do that by telling you all a little story of the birth of that new book and new name…
Once upon a time, in a land far far away** the Romantic Novelists’ Association held a conference and I did get up at that conference and give a little talk on adapting classic literature into contemporary fiction.
Me talking. With PowerPoint. And excitable hand gestures.
After the talk I was chatting to Janet Gover who said, ‘I’d like to adapt Wuthering Heights but they’re all Northern and I can’t write Northern.’ (Because she is from Australia which is a really very long way South.) And…
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