An update

For those eagle-eyed readers you might have noticed that as far as blogging goes, I’ve been a bit of a failure (stop rolling your eyes and muttering ‘a bit’). But the good news is that I’ve almost got the new blog up and running so please don’t be strangers because over the next few months I’m going to be letting everyone meet the characters from new series, Sophie’s Mixed-Up Magic. There is going to be some fun interviews and giveaways to help us countdown to the June 14th when the first two books are released!

Below I’ve added the blurbs for all three books and they are all available for pre-order at bookstores everywhere.

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Be careful what you wish for…

After Sophie accidentally gets herself turned into a djinn, she starts to think that it might not be so bad after all. (Of course, that’s after she gets the whole orange skin problem sorted out.) Who wouldn’t enjoy having the power to grant wishes! But when Sophie develops RWD (Random Wish Disorder) and can’t STOP granting wishes, things get more than a little mixed-up!

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And that spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E…

As Sophie gets used to her magic, her relationship with the adorable Jonathan Tait is blossoming. There’s only one problem: Jonathan’s twin sister, Melissa. She’s a total mean girl who seems intent on making Sophie’s life miserable. On top of that, Melissa somehow seems to sense that Sophie has powers–and manages to bind Sophie to her in a totally self-serving way. Can Sophie figure out a way out of this–without ruining her chances with Jonathan?[/wpcol_1half_end]

 

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Sometimes wishes do come true…

With her powers under control and things with Jonathan on track, Sophie can now focus on learning the whole truth about her dad (not to mention trying to figure out how she can save him and bring him back to their family). Fortunately, she’s got Malik, her djinn-guide, to help her as she navigates carpet-flying, learns how to make herself invisible, and braces herself for what promises to be a very exciting adventure. But if it brings her dad back, it will all be worth it![/wpcol_1half_end]

halo kindle coverAlso, don’t forget that my debut book You Had Me at Halo is now up on Kindle for 99 cents. It is the story of a dead girl who gets kicked out of heaven and forced to share a body with a hot guy while she finds out how she died!

“It’s The Lovely Bones meets Bridget Jones in this fluffy take on what happens after death…it’s a fun, witty traipse through the afterlife.” Publisher’s Weekly

“This book has a delightfully quirky concept that develops into a fun and interesting story. Peopled with a fascinating variety of characters, it also has an intriguing mystery and a charmingly different type of interaction between the hero and heroine. Expect a delightful tale with a wonderfully distinctive ending.” 4 1/2 stars Romantic Times Bookclub TOP AUGUST PICK

Shooting Stars by Allison Rushby

Woot! Today I’m celebrating the release of my friend Allison Rushby’s new book Shooting Stars. Allison is a fellow Brisbanite and our mothers actually worked together long before either of us had ever thought of being writers (okay, so perhaps Allison had but I was far too busy dreaming of my upcoming wedding to Simon… Read More