Murder, Mayhem and Men On Pause

Today I have a special guest for you. Sandy Curtis is a writer from Bundaberg who paved the way for Australian Romantic Suspense stories. Her latest release is out on the shelves now and takes readers in a slightly different direction. A bankrupt husband. A marriage on the rocks. A cop more sexy than the Continue reading

The Importance of Great Mates!

Today the very talented Shannon Curtis is visiting the blog. A fellow Australian Romantic Suspense writer, Shannon’s also a wonderful raconteur and I’m looking forward to interrogating her at this year’s RWA Conference on the Gold Coast! Without further ado, it’s over to Shannon (and there’s a giveaway so join in the conversation to win!) Continue reading

Spotlight on Romantic Suspense

Along with my fellow Romantic Suspense authors, Bronwyn Parry, Sandy Curtis, Shannon Curtis and Karlene Blakemore- Mowle, I’m over chatting about our upcoming panel at the RWA Diamonds are Forever Conference on the Gold Coast. Drop by to say hello at the RWA Blog You can find more information about Australian Romantic Suspense at our Continue reading

Good press

How wonderful to read a positive article about romance writers in this weekend’s¬†Brisbane Sunday Mail. There are a couple of beautiful photos to go with the article – particularly the one of Mandy Magro and her daughter Chloe – but you’ll need a hard copy to see them so track one down if you can. Continue reading

Dangerous love

Today my guest on the blog is fellow Australian Suspense writer, Sandy Curtis. With six books out on the shelves she’s a seasoned writer who’s captured an audience of crime lovers who appreciate a love story as well. Here’s our conversation. Hope you enjoy it. Sandy, it was lovely to catch up with you and Continue reading

Crimance at SheKilda

Say what? Crimance? SheKilda? You don’t know what either of those words mean? Shame on you. Clearly you’ve been living under a rock for the last month. In 16 days time I’m heading to Melbourne to rub shoulders with the elite of Australian female crime writers at the Sisters In Crime convention aptly named – Continue reading