So in a matter of hours, I've gone from being an aspiring writer of romance to an aspiring romance author!
'Still aspiring?' you might ask. Well, of course I am. There is so much more to achieve from her. I have only just tackled my first bend on the rocky road to publishing. From here on, I intend to go onward and upward!
I think it's important to always be 'aspiring'. I think as authors and writers we should always be thinking about how we can make ourselves better authors and writers. If we all believed our first book was the best book we wrote, how are we to continue entertaining our readers if we cannot continue to surprise and amaze them?
I'm so excited to be starting the next part of my publishing journey and am glad that those who have helped me here, will be here to help me now. :)
Now back to the book!
Much to my delight (perhaps later when I am ripping my hair our trying to keep up with things, anxiety), What Happens in Ireland will be coming out in ebook at the end of April this year!! Yep, just two months! And much to my greater delight, it will also be released in paperback in October! imagine that! I'll get to hold my first novel in my hands before the year is out!
I would like to thank my writing critics and friends at The Romantic Muse, RWA and the wonderful authors and writers I have made friends with over the last eighteen months for your support. I couldn't have done it without you all!
I can't wait to share What Happens in Ireland with you all, but for now, I'm afraid you will have to make do with the blurb and get yourself as excited for the release as I am.
Ever wondered what happens in Ireland?
When Australian, Kate Barrow, meets a handsome Irishman in a Dublin bar, she has no idea that he’s about to turn her world upside-down and inside-out.
In Ireland to take on a position on a thoroughbred stud, Kate is shocked when her manager-in-co reveals himself to be the same man she’d met in Dublin.
Jack is drawn to Kate. The problem is, she won't have him. But Jack has always loved a challenge and the intriguing woman from Oz is one he cannot resist.
Harbouring the sting of another man’s betrayal, Kate is certain she wants nothing to do with love and nothing to do with Jack O’Reilly. But when naked torsos, Mother Nature and dysfunctional umbrellas start plotting against her resolve, she realizes the charms of an Irishman are going to be hard to resist.