Brian and Annie

I modified this scene from Chuck to look like Annie and Brian sitting on a bench overlooking the Thames. Just silly fun I thought I’d share. Happy Thursday!
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Book Cover reveal!

PrintPRE-ORDER HERE!

I can finally share this gorgeous cover of book 3 in the Portia Adams Adventures created by the super-talented Emma Dolan!

Isn’t it lovely?

As promised, it’s purple, so I’m hunting for a pretty purple dress for my next event (if you didn’t know, one of my treats to myself is a dress that matches my book covers).

Give Emma some love in the comments please, and you can find all her great work on her website here: http://www.emmadolancovers.com

A picture’s worth 332 words

Totally randomly, a friend of a friend posted this image of their miniature Christmas village this morning on Facebook, and I swear, it describes perfectly a scene in No Matter How Improbable: “Annie and I were just exiting a children’s toy store, she having secured ‘the perfect’ wooden train set for her twin brothers. Her father had sent her the money for the purchase, and after several stores, we found an appropriately-priced locomotive.”

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A colouring page for all ages

coloring-page1As the saying goes: give the people what they ask for.

In this case, a lovely 10-year-old fan named Anna who emailed me and asked why I don’t have any colouring pages for the Portia Adams Adventures.

Well Anna, and all you adults out there finding new joy in colouring within the lines, please download and enjoy my first colouring page.

If you click the image on the left, it will take you to the larger version which you can print and colour in!

Alternately, you can right-click and download it to your computer and print it from there.

PS: If you email me scans or photos of your finished works, I promise to post them on the site!

PPS: I’m going to ask the fantastic artist who designs my Canadian book covers to create colouring page version of my books too!