AND THE WINNER IS...
Thanks to everyone for the input last week on your favourite kind of stories. It's fascinating to hear what makes a reader pick up a book -- even more interesting to know what turns them off! I've had the best belowed draw a winner of THE SHEIKH'S UNSUITABLE BRIDE at random from his best panama hat and the name that came is Nathalie.
Congratulations, Nathalie. Drop me a line at liz @ lizfielding.com (no gaps) with your full name and street address and I'll get it in the post to you.
There's still time to join the newsletter group at yahoo and send in an entry for my one spare copy of BRIDES FOR CHRISTMAS. Just click on the icon opposite, then read my last newsletter and you'll know what to do.
There were a dozen things I wanted to blog about. The fact that the primroses are going crazy in the wood -- April guys, you've supposed to be spring flowers. That I've just had a great review for REUNITED: MARRIAGE IN A MILLION from Likes Books, and they are seriously hard to impress. That the sheikh novella I wrote in the summer will be called CHOSEN AS THE SHEIKH'S WIFE and will be available in July as part of the Mills & Boon 100th Anniversary celebrations -- more about that later.
The problem is that I need to put every waking moment into the current book at the moment. I've missed my deadline, a first, and it's still nowhere near The End. Bitten off more than I can chew with this one...
Reading: The Outcast by Sadie Jones