Let’s Talk Books With Alyssa J. Montgomery, Author Of The Irredeemable Prince

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Today’s super star guest for Let’s Talk Books is none other than Aussie author Alyssa J. Montgomery. Alyssa is a new-to-me-author, having other discovered her writing with through her current Royalty Series. It’s been an absolute blast hosting Alyssa on the blog today and I can’t wait to get stuck into the rest of her books and some of the ones she mentions here; my TBR Pile will never end!

Alyssa lives on acreage south of Sydney with her husband, three children and a menagerie of animals. As well as writing, she works as a Speech Pathologist in her own private practice and has been a professional pianist and international flight attendant. Her hobbies include gardening and playing tennis, but most of all she loves to travel overseas with her husband and children, and get together with friends and family. She writes contemporary romance for Escape Publishing as Alyssa J. Montgomery, and uses the pen name Alyssa James for her medieval romances.

 

                                                             

What are you currently reading?

Lisa Kleypas’ Again the Magic

What was the last book you bought?

Sophie Jordan’s  All the Ways to Ruin a Rogue

Do you prefer to read books in print or electronically?

In print

What do your bookshelves look like? Do you have an organisation system (genre, colour, author…) or are you just happy to go with the flow?

I have a wonderful lot of bookshelves in my dedicated “writing” room. One section of book shelves houses my contemporary Harlequin series books that I’ve read (stacked by author first name in alphabetical order), the middle section houses all my TBR pile as they come (and some photo albums) and the third section holds the historical novels I’ve read, some reference books for writing and a few folders containing my children’s’ portfolios from school. These are exclusively my bookshelves for romance. My husband has his own bookshelves in his study for other non-fiction genres (which I’ll also read), and any how-to or non fiction books are in a separate sitting room in bookshelves. The kids have their own in their rooms…so we are a huge book family!

How often do you read?

Generally every night before I switch off the light.

Describe what you would expect to find in your dream book? 

Romance, humour, a dash of intrigue and of course a to-die-for alpha hero.

 

How do you choose what to read next?

My TBR pile is so extensive I admit I have just gone to the section at times, closed my eyes and reached out!

So you’ve started a book and discover it’s not for you. Are you more likely to discard it or finish it?

Discard it.

If you could read any book again, for the first time, what book would you choose?

That’s the toughest question so far. I really love regency romances and I can’t say one book springs to mind from my adult years. I love Aussie authors Stephanie Laurens, Anna Campbell and Cassandra Samuels. But, a series I adored as a child which I haven’t re-read is Anne of Green Gables, so maybe that one.


What is about books that appeals to you so much? What is your favourite part about reading?

Putting all the hectic schedule of life on hold and being able to escape my “To Do” List. Reading can be physically and mentally relaxing yet mentally stimulating at the same time, and it can be really emotionally fulfilling. My favourite part about reading I think is the exclusive “me” time I’m snatching out of a hectic day. It’s my pleasure after I’ve done all the other important things for everyone else. It’s my reward!

Can you tell us a bit about your writing style. Are you a pantser or a plotter? Do you prefer to write in 1st or 3rd person? Are you an early riser writer or a late night owl writer?

I definitely used to be a plotter but my style has changed. These days I have a rough idea of my characters initially and their goals, motivations and what sort of conflicts they’ll have in the story, however I’m tending to start writing, get three quarters the way through the story then sit down and go back to plotting.

I did a course with Cherry Adair on “Plotting by Colour”, which I found very useful. I’m up to chapter ten of my next submission (Book 4 in a royalty series for Escape publishing), but I’ve decided that this weekend I’m going to go back to using my plotting chart to really pull it apart and look at it again.

I definitely write third person rather than 1st, and whilst I am an early riser (to feed animals, make school lunches and get kids off to school before I start in my speech pathology private practice by 9am), I am a late night owl writer. I much prefer writing when the household is calm and quiet and all the essential jobs are done for the day.

Was there any particular book that inspired you to start writing? 

Not really, but definitely a category. My two elder sisters were always reading the Harlequin Mills & Boon Presents/Sexy series stories and they actually challenged me to write a romance.

Do you have any advice to other writers out there?

If writing is your dream stick at it. It was ten years before I was published, and there are two pieces of advice that resonated with me. First, my husband suggested I phone Harlequin and ask them whether there was something I could do to help me on my writing journey. Romance Writers of Australia was suggested, and I joined RWA and was put in touch with the Sutherland branch. It was through the support of other writers there, particularly Enisa Haines,that helped me improve. I entered RWA contests and got great feedback from judges which also helped me on my way.

I went to a workshop given by Melanie Milburne and I remember her saying “the delete key can be your friend”. I said that to myself again just yesterday as I hit that key. Hopefully my current story will be stronger for it!!

And lastly, what are you currently working on?

The wonderful Kate Cuthbert from Escape Publishing asked me to write a royalty series. The Defiant Princess has been published, the second story The Irredeemable Prince will be released on June 5th and the third story The Formidable King has just been contracted. I’m currently working on the fourth story which is about Prince Marco from this “Royal Affairs” series. At this stage the untitled story about Prince Marco will be the last in the series. Then, Kate’s given me another project!

 

                              

To learn more about Alyssa J Montgomery, visit the following social media sites:

Web Page | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads | Amazon Author Page

 

 

Let’s Talk Books With Jill Mackenzie, Avid Romance Reader and Lover of Dark Reads

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Today’s super star guest for Let’s Talk Books is a super avid reader of romance and dark reads, Jill Mackenzie. I first met Jill on one of Kell’s Bookmark Clique’s Readers Retreats and was blown away by her vast recommendations in books. To date, she has never led me stray and I love the wide variety of books she recommends off the top of her head when asked.

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING ?

Ebook: Forever Hearts (Shattered Hearts #1) by Cassia Leo

Audiobook : The Gender Game by Bella Forrest

Paperback : After We Collided by Anna Todd

 

WHAT WAS THE LAST BOOK YOU BOUGHT?

This morning I bought Wolfsong by TJ Klune after reading a review

DO YOU PREFER TO READ BOOKS IN PRINT OR ELECTRONICALLY?

It took me a little while to come round to ebooks. I love the feel and smell of books. Now I mostly read ebooks due to the convenience of them. I have the Kindle App on my phone, Ipad, Ipod and I own two Kindles so I always have at least one of those items on me all the time. I still love reading paperbacks though, and will always have one that I am reading at the same time as an ebook.

IF I WAS TO WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE RIGHT NOW, WHAT WOULD YOUR BOOKSHELVES LOOK LIKE? DO YOU HAVE AN ORGANIZATION SYSTEM (GENRE,COLOUR, AUTHOR…) OR ARE YOU JUST HAPPY TO GO WITH THE FLOW?

I think most people would be horrified to see that I have no system or no bookshelves. Just books piled where ever they can fit. I have a main “collection” of books that are stacked in about 4 columns which are my unread paperbacks that are unsigned. These are probably about 40 books in each column stacked on top of each other.

My signed books are in much smaller piles. I was in the process of building a library, but my circumstances changed and I’m now having to move. Once I am in my new house, I will have shelves built and more organized.  How it will be done, I have no idea! I do love the idea of colour coding the shelves though.

HOW OFTEN DO YOU READ?

Every chance I get!! When I’m sitting down watching tv, I always read through the ads. While I’m brushing my teeth, while i’m cooking….If I have a few minutes to spare I will have a book in my hands.

DESCRIBE WHAT YOU WOULD EXPECT TO FIND IN YOUR DREAM BOOK?

A tortured, anti-hero who is a complete and utter arsehole until the heroine comes along and finds a way into his “non-existent heart” . She needs to be strong, non-victim, fights hard for what she believes in, can hold her own against men. There needs to be great witty banter, lots of heart in the throat type of angst. Slow burn with those close call, flirty moments that have you questioning if they will ever finally get together. Side characters that are funny and just as likeable as the main leads. I like my characters to be challenged, basically I love it when authors torture them! I don’t even necessarily have to have a happy ending….as long as the ride has been amazing and the characters are left with a little bit of hope.

HOW DO YOU CHOOSE WHAT TO READ NEXT?

With having close to 3000 items in my Amazon cloud and probably 500 + unread paperbacks, I need a clear list t to pick what’s next or else I get too overwhelmed. I have a methodology that I try and stick to. This helps me get through my TBR too. What I do is:

1. Book from the bottom of my TBR – this generally is the book that I have owned for the longest.

2. Random selection – I like the “close my eyes and point” method !

3. Book from a series I haven’t finished – I can’t read books in a series back to back or I get bored

4. Book from an author attending the next signing event I am going to / or a recommendation

5. Book of my selection usually a new release or something that I am craving.

Amongst all of this I will also always have a audiobook and paperback going too.

SO YOU’VE STARTED A BOOK AND DISCOVER ITS NOT FOR YOU. ARE YOU MORE LIKELY TO DISCARD IT OR FINISH IT?

I tend not to DNF books. Some of my favourite books I really didn’t enjoy the first half but the next have more that made up for it. If i’m not enjoying something, I will start to skim read.

IF YOU COULD READ ANY BOOK AGAIN, FOR THE FIRST TIME, WHAT BOOK WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

Bright side by Kim Holden

Slammed and Hopeless by Colleen Hoover

The Mighty Storm by Samantha Towle

How to Kill a Rockstar by Tiffanie DeBartolo

Wrong by Stevie J Cole and LP Lovell

WHAT IS IT ABOUT BOOKS THAT APPEALS TO YOU SO MUCH? WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE PART ABOUT READING ?

I love getting lost in someone else’s world. I love the challenges, and struggles that build their characters. I love that someone has created words that have the power to give me a physical reaction, whether it is laughter, tears, horror….These characters become almost friends and I love spending time in their lives.

WHAT BOOK ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO READING NEXT?

Stevie J Cole and LP Lovell are releasing book 3 in their Wrong Series hopefully in March. This book was most unexpected as the second book wrapped everything up so nicely. I am so excited to see what evil Stevie and LP are going to put my beloved characters through !

Let’s Talk Books With Sara Garrett, Avid Romance Reader

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This week’s superstar is none other than Sara Garrett, an avid romance reader who I met last year at Kell’s Bookmark Clique Readers Retreat in the beautiful Hunter Valley. If you ever want to know something about a book, or are looking for your next read, Sara is your go to girl.

 

What are you currently reading?

I’m currently reading Fearless by Nicole Edwards

What’s the last book you bought?

Don’t Speak by Katy Regnery

Do you prefer to read books in print or electronically?

I prefer reading electronically, just for the sake of convenience.

If I was to walk into your house right now, what would you bookshelves look like? Do you have an organisation system (genre, colour, author…) or are you just happy to go with the flow?

A mess! Haha. I have one small bookshelf that is overflowing with books. I’m in desperate need of another one. I started with the best of intentions of keeping it organised. The top shelf was meant to be for my unsigned books, the middle shelf was going to be for my signed pretties and the bottom shelf was going to be for miscellaneous books. Well that failed. My signed pretties have taken over and are all over the place. Haha.

Like I said it’s all a mess!

How often do you read?

Every day and as often as I can.

Describe what you would expect to find in your dream book?

I love to have a balance of sweet and sexy. I love alphas who are romantic but still tough. My alpha would need to be in some type of uniform (police, firefighter, camo, etc.) and the heroine would need to be someone who has some back bone to her. I don’t like weak heroines. I like them to be tough but still have some softness to them.

How do you choose what to read next?

It depends. If I don’t have an ARC to read, then I typically go in the order I bought them. If I have an ARC due to arrive and it’s part of a series, I’ll go through and either read the books leading up to it or re-read the last one.

So you’ve started a book and discover it’s not for you. Are you more likely to discard it or finish it?

I’ll typically finish it and give it a shot. Very rarely have I given up on a book and didn’t finish it.

If you could read any book again, for the first time, what book would you choose?

Exclusively Yours by Shannon Stacey. I absolutely adored this book and found myself laughing out loud in parts.

What is about books that appeals to you so much? What is your favourite part about reading?

I love reading because I can block out the rest of the world and escape into the world with the characters. I get to escape my problems and any drama and just get sucked into reading what the authors have created. I also find it extremely relaxing.

What book are you most looking forward to reading next?

I can’t wait to read a new book I discovered at the recent Books by the Bridge author event in Sydney – Inarticulate by Eden Summers.

Let’s Talk Books With Sarah Barrie, Author Of The Promise Of Hunters Ridge

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Today I’m excited to host this week’s superstar guest, Aussie romantic-suspense author Sarah Barrie! With her third book in the Hunters Ridge seriesPromise Of Hunters Ridge -, having been released earlier this week, Sarah Barrie has been making big waves in the book community. It seems almost everyone I speak to lately has either read one of her books, or has the paperbacks sitting on their bedside table ready for them to read it next!

Sarah Barrie lives with her husband and children in a rural area on the Central
Coast of NSW. She divides her time between writing, being a mum and her position
as editor of an Australian equestrian magazine. When she finds a spare moment or two, she enjoys spending time with her Arabian horses and the various other  animals that call the farm home. Though her writing career has traditionally  revolved around producing articles for various publications, her true passion  lies in fiction and she enjoys writing contemporary romance, romantic suspense  and paranormal romance.   

What are you currently reading?

Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson

What was the last book you bought?

The one I’m currently reading.

Do you prefer to read books in print or electronically?

I’ve always preferred to hold a print copy in my hand, however electronic can be really handy too – especially when travelling.

What do your bookshelves look like? Do you have an organisation system (genre, colour, author…) or are you just happy to go with the flow?

Ah… crammed. I’d like to say I have a system – I do have a system, but my bookshelves struggle under the weight of way too many novels and once I can’t fit any more in, they just kind of get shoved in any available space.

How often do you read?

Every day when time permits.

Describe what you would expect to find in your dream book?

A bit of everything! Fun, action, suspense, humour, romance and of course, a happy ending.

How do you choose what to read next?

I tend to choose something based on my mood or my own work in progress. Sometimes I want to relax with a lovely romance and other times I want to scare myself silly with a thriller. If I’m feeling a bit more like the romance but have to attack a suspense plot in my WIP, I might pick up a romantic suspense novel to get me head in the right space.

So you’ve started a book and discover it’s not for you. Are you more likely to discard it or finish it?

I try to give any book a decent chance to grab my attention, but there is so much to read, and so much to write that realistically, if I’m not hooked in the first three chapters, it’s going to be forgotten.

If you could read any book again, for the first time, what book would you choose?

There’s a rather extensive list. I have loads of books that are falling apart from use, and when they look like giving up, I buy them on Kindle.

What is about books that appeals to you so much? What is your favourite part about reading?

I love that an author can paint such a vivid picture of a story, yet there’s still room for a reader to interpret the words in the way that they want to envisage them.

Can you tell us a bit about your writing style. Are you a pantser or a plotter? Do you prefer to write in 1st or 3rd person? Are you an early riser writer or a late night owl writer?

I’m a plonster. Yeah, I know it’s not a term as such but it’s the best way to describe what I do. I plot, then I wing it, get completely off course, then somehow generally manage to bring myself back into line, only to veer off again. The beginning is as I plot it, the end is generally pretty close, and what happens in the middle is anyone’s guess.

I haven’t written anything in first person yet, but it’s something I’ve considered.

I find the mornings easiest when writing, and edit at any time of day.

Was there any particular book that inspired you to start writing?

More a genre of books. I loved romantic suspense. Especially those by Nora Roberts.

Do you have any advice to other writers out there?

You just have to be brave and write what you love. And keep at it.

And lastly, what are you currently working on?

I’m working on a spin-off novel from my Hunters Ridge series. It’s another Romantic Suspense.

Ohh! I look forward to reading that when it’s released.

To learn more about Sarah Barrie, visit the following social media sites:

Sarah Barrie’s Website | Facebook | Goodreads | Harlequin Australia |

By the time this is all over, she’ll know what it’s like to kill, or what it’s like to die.

Mia Morgan doesn’t let anything get to her. After freeing herself from an obsessive boss and saving loved ones from a serial killer, she feels like she can handle anything life throws at her. But now that killer – a deranged hunter who preys on women for sport – is coming for her. And if she runs, others will pay the price. As if that’s not enough, Ben Bowden, the brilliant detective who has made her life hell for the past four years, has some insane plan to protect her. If she collaborates with him, Mia might just have to acknowledge her true feelings. But if she keeps him out, will she let the hunter win?

Ben Bowden is sick of finding dead bodies. If being the lead detective on the biggest case in the country didn’t come with enough pressure, now the psychopath Ben is chasing has Mia Morgan in his sights. And Mia doesn’t want his help. She hasn’t forgiven him for the past, and is being less than cooperative with his investigation. Protecting her is a challenge, and the sparks that fly whenever they’re together aren’t helping. But he has to make her trust him – somehow – because she has a plan that terrifies him to the bone.

Can he convince her to work with him? Or will she risk everything to single-handedly turn the hunter into the hunted?

To purchase a copy of The Promise of Hunters Ridge, visit the following online retailers:

Harlequin Australia | Escape Publishing | Booktopia | Angus & Robertson’s Bookworld | Dymocks |

 

Let’s Talk Books With Lauren Firminger, Author of Three Words

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Once again it’s that time of the week, and I’m excited to introduce you to another new-to-me-Aussie-author again. Today’s super star guest is none other than Lauren Firminger, author of Three Words (standalone), and current two part series Learning To Fly and Hell On An Angel. Lauren is a kindred spirit and lover of the words, inspired by those she admired, she set out to write her own story in 2014 and as they say the rest is history.

 

A small town Aussie girl looking for her place in a sea of big fish! Author of the Fated Love series! Available now on Amazon and iBooks.

Book nerd turned author, music lover and stubborn, feisty, headstrong, impatient Aussie with a quick temper. #CountryPrincess

 

 

 

What are you currently reading?

Currently reading, or listening to I should say, Torn by Carian Cole

What was the last book you bought?

Monster in His Eyes by J.M Darhower

Do you prefer to read books in print or electronically?

I am a lover of print books. I just can’t seem to read as well on ebooks as I do paperbacks.

What do your bookshelves look like? Do you have an organisation system (genre, colour, author…) or are you just happy to go with the flow?

It was a mess but I have tidied it up a little haha I do have groups of authors together then all the rest is fair game. They go where they fit.

How often do you read?

Not as much as I like but I try to balance writing and reading. During the week I will read but weekends are devoted to writing.

Describe what you would expect to find in your dream book?

My dream book is one that can hold my interest from beginning to end. Friends to lovers is a weakness of mine. Nothing sucks me in more than seeing the relationship grow from a friendship.

How do you choose what to read next?

I close my eyes and point or work through the author I am reading at the time.

So you’ve started a book and discover it’s not for you. Are you more likely to discard it or finish it?

I will try and finish it. I have only ever had two that I couldn’t finish and no matter how hard I kept pushing, I just couldn’t finish.

If you could read any book again, for the first time, what book would you choose?

Tank by Carmen Jenner or anything by Lauren K Mckeller.

What is about books that appeals to you so much? What is your favourite part about reading?

Covers catch my eye, blurbs suck me in and the story and how it unfolds is my favourite part.

Can you tell us a bit about your writing style. Are you a pantser or a plotter? Do you prefer to write in 1st or 3rd person? Are you an early riser writer or a late night owl writer?

I am a late night owl writer and need lots of coffee to get it done! Total pantser. I have the beginning and the end most of the time, everything in between I leave up to the characters. I am more comfortable in 1st person switching points of view.

Was there any particular book that inspired you to start writing?

I decided after Sydney Author  Event 2014 that it was something I wanted to do. I got an idea for a book and it just went from there. I was always a big reader and was off in my own little worlds as a kid so it was always there.

Do you have any advice to other writers out there?

Never give up. If it’s what you are passionate about, don’t let anything stop you. Write what you want to write. Build the best team of people around you early and you will go far!

And lastly, what are you currently working on?

Write now I am writing Let It Be Me. It’s the third book in my series that closes off the three books. It gives you more insight into Morgan Young. Country Music superstar and major jerk! Or is he? Hehehe

Thanks so much for chatting with us Lauren.

To learn more about Lauren Firminger , visit the following social media sites:

Facebook | Author Facebook Page | Goodreads | Instagram | Twitter | Lauren’s Snowflakes – Reader’s Group

To purchase a copy Of Three Words, visit the following online retailers:

Ibooks Aus | Amazon AU | Amazon CA | Amazon US | Amazon UK |

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s Talk Books With Tea Cooper, Author Of The Currency Lass

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Today I’m super excited to be hosting a chat with a local Australian historical author, Tea Cooper. Tea is a relatively new-to-me-author, having only discovered here last year. Since then I’ve devoured all of her books and absolutely adore her effortless writing and vibrant characters.

Tea Cooper

 Tea Cooper is an established Australian author of contemporary and historical fiction. In a past life she was a teacher, a journalist and a farmer. These days she haunts museums and indulges her passion for storytelling. She is the bestselling author of The Horse Thief, published by Harlequin in 2015 and The Cedar Cutter published in 2016

 

Hey Tea, thanks for chatting with us today.

Hi Jess – thanks for the invitation to visit The Never Ending Bookshelf.

What are you currently reading?

I’m reading The Birdman’s Wife at the moment, by Melissa Ashley, which I have to admit is the very first book I have ever bought on cover alone! It’s proving to be a fascinating story.

What was the last book you bought?

The Arsenic Century by James C Wharton – yes, I’m researching my next story!

Do you prefer to read books in print or electronically?

A bit of both – I love old books but often they’re only available electronically. I bought the hard copy of The Birdman’s Wife because I adored the cover. I find research books easier to reference if they are electronic – it saves me a fortune in post-it notes!

What do your bookshelves look like? Do you have an organisation system (genre, colour, author…) or are you just happy to go with the flow?

My bookshelves are organised in my head and I defy anyone else to crack the system! I’ve converted the garage into a library, (my car is not happy) and have some serious books shelves in there but I also have an old ladder, crowded window sills, bedside tables – the house is full of books. Did I mention that I love books?

How often do you read?

Everyday, often, all the time! It actually depends where I am with my writing. Obviously I read a lot when I’m researching but I also like to read fiction that has nothing to do with the type of story I’m writing.

Describe what you would expect to find in your dream book?

I actually found a dream book while I was researching The Currency Lass. I had to rush out and buy it. It’s a coffee table book called Circus – The Australian Story by Mark St Leon. It’s not only a fascinating story but full of the most amazing photographs and drawings.

How do you choose what to read next?

Books tend to lead me to books although I’m not very good at series. Sometimes I’ll read two or three books by the same author other times I read on recommendation or because of a review – and sometimes it’s because of the cover!

So you’ve started a book and discover it’s not for you. Are you more likely to discard it or finish it?

I don’t finish a book I’m not enjoying.

If you could read any book again, for the first time, what book would you choose?

The Lord of the Rings – not a very original answer I’m afraid.

What is it about books that appeals to you so much? What is your favourite part about reading?

I love to lose myself in a book, to see the world through someone else’s eyes and I love to experience the past.

Can you tell us a bit about your writing style: are you a pantser or a plotter? Do you prefer to write in 1st or 3rd person? Are you an early riser writer or a late night owl writer?

Yes, to all of the above!

Panster or plotter … something will take my interest (Circus – The Australian Story is a great example). I’ll wander around for a week or two thinking ‘what-ifs’ then I write a very brief Once upon a time story…just a few paragraphs, telling all the way. After that I usually write myself into the characters, maybe five or ten thousand words until I realise I have two characters, massive holes and no plot at all – so the plotting begins and everything changes constantly. If that sounds complicated, you’re right, it is! I have no idea how I end up with a finished manuscript!!

My stories are usually written in the third person but if I’m writing an emotional part of the story or something close to my heart I’ll write it in the first person and then ‘translate’ it.

I’m more productive in the mornings but I tend to write when the words start dancing regardless of the time of day, or night.

Was there any particular book that inspired you to start writing?

Writing came first! I’ve always written, apparently before I could read … I can still remember the belting I got for ‘writing’ all over my bedroom walls.

Do you have any advice to other writers out there?

Cultivate patience, (I’m still working on it) and I can’t improve on Shakespeare: To thine own self be true. There is no magic formula.

And lastly, what are you currently working on?

I’ve just started a new story called The Curio Shop of Wonders. I’m at the I-have- two-characters-massive-holes-and-no-plot stage!! I can tell you it involves arsenic and a Baron but the rest is in the lap of the gods!

My latest book The Currency Lass releases on February 20th 2017 and I have submitted my next book The Great Platypus Hoax to my publisher. More of that another day, I hope!

I love those titles and look forward to seeing them on the shelves in the future. Thanks for stopping by Tea Cooper.

 

To learn more about the fabulous Tea Cooper, visit the following social media pages:

Tea Cooper’s Website | Facebook | Goodreads | Twitter | Pinterest

To purchase a copy of The Currency Lass, visit the following online retailers:

Harlequin Australia | Angus & Robertson’s BookworldBooktopia | ibooks AUS | Amazon AUS | Amazon US | Kobo | Dymocks | Google Play |

Expression of Interest: Are You Interested In Being Part Of Let’s Talk Books?

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It’s that time of the year again when I start looking for more willing participants in my regular Friday feature “Let’s Talk Books” which showcases authors, bloggers and readers alike in what they are reading, shelving and how they choose what to read next.

The feature is set to start back up in February and it’s basically just a lot of fun for everyone. I’m looking for people – readers, bloggers, writers (both aspiring and published) – who might be interested in being part of the feature over the coming months.

If you’d like to check out the feature a bit more, you can check out previously featured readers, bloggers and authors here.

Or if you think this might be something you’d be interested in taking part in, then leave a comment on this post or email me at nevendbkshelf  @  live  .com (WITHOUT THE SPACES) and I’ll be contact with you ASAP.