Wednesday, November 28, 2007



2nd December

First, Liz has asked me to give you some news. Kathleen, in Florida, won the BRIDES FOR CHRISTMAS competition, lucky thing. Congratulations, Kathleen, the book will be in the post today.

My own news is a bit mixed. I've been shopping. With a sheikh. Which had it's moments. But here's the thing. I should have taken him to Harrods. Or Hamleys. Or Aspreys, but you know what parking is like in London and he was short of time so I took him to one of those massive out-of-town stores.

I have to tell you the man has clearly never experienced self-service before. But then he didn't have to. One smile from Sheikh Zahir and that busty blonde at the information desk was falling over herself...


Anyway, enough of my troubles. I've opened Day Two on the Advent Calendar and found A STRANGER'S KISS.

It was Liz's fourth book. The heroine, Tara, is whisked off to Bahrain by Adam Blackmore on a business trip and she gets in all kinds of trouble, too.

But then she was in trouble the minute she flung herself at him in a restaurant and pretended he was her boyfriend.

Good grief...

Anyway, for a chance to win this book, email Liz at liz with Day Two in the subject line, and your name and address in the body with the answer to the following question.

Where was Liz born?


Snookie said...

Hey Liz, How do you get from you blog back to your website? I have to go round about to do it, but I figure there must be somewhere I can click on the blog that will take me there, but I just don't see it.

Ellen said...

I'm not Liz but go all the way to the very top left hand side of the blog and it says website under the pictue of the book

Snookie said...

Mahalo Ellen! I knew it was there and I was just missing it :)

Jan Jones said...

Ooh, I'm loving Diana. Can't wait to read the book!

And I quite like your chocolate-coloured covers

Merri said...

Love your blog. Not going to enter the contest but wanted to drop by and say I loved the blog. Thanks for the Fun. hope Liz gets to celebrate when her new one book too.

Liz Fielding said...

Thanks, Merri! Diana is doing a sterling job, while I'm putting the last chapters to the wip.

(Heroines have to work for their happy endings around here!)

Liz Fielding said...

Jan -- chocolate coloured ... I hadn't thought of it that way! Back in the days when every cover was a different colour -- purple being the most passionate -- brown was, well, just dull. But chocolate...that puts a whole new slant to the thing!