It’s December, and the snow is falling outside, so what better time to announce my new book December Roses? This is a hefty re-write of my first ever novel Roses in December, with the same setting (a mysterious English garden) and the same main characters (injured soldier Nat and maddeningly elusive musician Richie) but with … More December Roses available now!
If you’d like a chance of winning a free digital copy of December Roses (in December, no less) then why not try your hand at the Talking RoMMance with a British Accent advent calendar quiz? There’s a new riddle every day in December, with a new prize – not just my book but a host … More Win December Roses
I’m a very happy bunny today because I’ve discovered that my vampire romance Echoes of Blood has been nominated for a Goodreads M/M Romance group award, in the dark theme category. I don’t for one moment expect it will actually, you know, win or anything… but the fact that a reader enjoyed it enough to … More Echoes of Blood nominated
My good friend Jay Mountney wrote A FASCINATING BLOG POST the other day about fantasy fiction, which is well worth reading, and which set me thinking on a number of different levels. For starters, she complains that fantasy is such a broad range of subjects and styles that it shouldn’t really be lumped into a … More Fantasy fiction: sub-Tolkien quest-fic?
The excitement is growing in the Glass household because it’s only around a week until my latest book December Roses hits Kindle. This gay paranormal romance, featuring a mysterious garden, a lost ring and an enigmatic man, is based on my first ever novel Roses in December, but has been heavily re-written and tarted up … More Not long now…
Hunting around for new hobbies that might get us outdoors during lockdown, we decided to give geo-caching a go. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, it’s a kind of modern-day treasure hunt, where people try to track down hidden containers (often filled with tiny knick-knacks) based on grid references and hints. There are thousands of … More Two get (very) muddy
Today I’m delighted to welcome fellow m/m romance author Katerina Ross onto the blog with a few details (and some lovely pics) about her new book A Dragon For Sale, which was released yesterday. The photos have inspired me to revisit the area at some point, too! Thank you, Fiona, for letting me stop by … More Dragons, Wales and Russia, no less!
BBC4 had a welcome repeat on last night in the shape of Britain’s Lost Masterpieces. A kind of spin-off from the more glitzy Fake or Fortune, this is in many ways a more satisfying series, fronted by art expert Bendor Grosvenor and historian Emma Dabiri, which tries to trace lost artworks that are buried in … More Those Old Masters knew a thing or two
I’ve been a bit quiet on here lately. Partly that’s due to lockdown blues, but mostly it’s because I’ve had my head down, working hard on a rewrite/general overhaul of my first ever novel, Roses in December. Those of you with very long memories may recall that this ghost story set in a mysterious English … More Coming soon to a garden near you…
There’s a nice little piece in the back of the current Radio Times listing some of the locations used to film the new movie version of The Secret Garden (premiering on Sky Cinema tonight). The list is surprisingly long; presumably the film makers couldn’t find all the elements they needed in one garden and had … More Secret gardens