Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Last Woman He'd Ever Date winners...

Thanks for dropping by everyone. Loved all your airport scenes - interesting that they were all in hot places!

Sheryl, Diane, Ruchita - if you'll email me your snail mail addy's I'll get copies of the book in the post. Vince I have your address and it's already on its way.

I'm eager to see the US cover for this release - July, I think - and how different the new Riva cover will be when the book is finally released in the UK sometime in the late autumn.

Moving on...

We've had the equinox - the days are now as long as the nights which is brilliant. I love getting up in daylight - it puts, well, a spring in my step. There are swathes of daffodils all along the road into town, too.

The hellebores are in full flower in the garden, and yesterday I spotted a bud on one of the plants I grew from seed a year or two ago. Exciting to see what that looks like.

Meanwhile, following the fun I had with Tempted By Trouble, I'm working on Book 2 in the ice cream saga - Sorrel's story.

My hero, Alexander Laing, remains something of a mystery, but I'm getting there. Here's an idea of what I have in mind.

Weirdly, Sorrel is not impressed. Give her time!


PrincessFiona01 said...

There are no words to say what I think of Alexander Laing. If confronted by the reality I would probably break out into a cold sweat and blurt out a few incomprehensible words before fleeing in embarrassment. That is if I were young and unattached. As it is I would probably flirt with him and ask him if he'd like my daughters email address.

Ruchita said...

Hi Liz, very excited to win. It was fun taking part in your draw, especially since I haven't seen Mumbai airport and had to use my writer's imagination.
Alexander looks scrumptious ;)
Thanks heaps. Looking forward to getting my hands on the book!! :)

Liz Fielding said...

You can the words right of my mouth, Princess!

Liz Fielding said...

It's in the post, Ruchita!