Today folks I have a very special friend on the blog chatting about her new releases. I met Caitlyn Nicholas at my very first Romance Writers of Australia conference and we’ve been mates ever since. I’m also a fan of her work, having loved her writing from the day I picked up her debut romance RUNNING SCARED. I’ve got her next two books, which she’s chatting about today on my mammoth TBR pile and cannot wait to get to them – hopefully over the school holidays.
So…without further ado, I bring you gorgeous Cait…
Thanks for having me on your blog. I was thinking about it, and the last time I guest posted was around the time you released your wonderful breastfeeding book. My goodness that was a long time ago!
OMG indeed it was Cait – if anyone wants to know what she’s talking about, here’s the link to my non-fiction book BREASTFEEDERS ANONYMOUS!
Christmas, and the end of the year, are hurtling towards us – the advent calendars are out and countdown has moved from weeks to days! For me, this year has not been without its rough spots, but the dramas have been manageable. As I head towards the end of 2012 I feel like I’ve got a lot to be thankful for and a lot to celebrate.
Top of my list celebration-wise is the publication of my two books, both of which have been released in the last few weeks.
The first, a rip roaring romantic suspense called Drive Me To Distraction came out in November.
Sometimes life or death decisions are easy. Alex Radford has a choice – borrow the money to treat her mother’s rare and aggressive cancer from sleazy moneylender Hamish MacCameron. Or do nothing and watch her die.
MacCameron has an agenda. He wants Alex in his bed, and he wants her to help him exact revenge on his sworn enemy, Robert Dryden. He is only too happy to lend her what she needs, but the strings attached form a tangled web from which Alex has little hope of escape.
It’s not all bad. Since she was a girl Alex has had one dream: to become a Formula 1 driver and show the boys how to drive a race car. MacCameron’s money gives her a shot at fame, and in a move that scandalizes the F1 racing fraternity she becomes the new driver for Rob Dryden’s struggling F1 team, Prometheus.
Alex tries to keep her distance from Rob, knowing that one day she will need to betray one of the few people who ever had faith in her. But things begin to unravel when Hamish MacCameron is murdered and she and Rob are the top suspects on the list …
And the second, a romantic suspense novella called The Danger Game, is coming out on 10th December.
Flick likes computers. She’s good with them, and they do what she tells them, mostly. People, however, are more of a challenge.
But when a terrifyingly dangerous program is stolen, and her mentor killed, Flick finds herself on the run. The police are convinced she’s committed murder, and a sinister weapons developer will stop at nothing to force her to work for him.
In Ben’s line of work being suspicious keeps you alive. So when Flick turns to him, he quickly realises that she’s up to her neck in trouble and hasn’t fully grasped the danger she is in.
First he has to keep her safe, and then, together, they have to figure out how to save the world from an epic meltdown.
More information about The Danger Game from Escape Publishing: http://www.escapepublishing.com.au/
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I hope that you had a good 2012, and that you are leaving it in as good, or better shape then when you arrived. I love to heard from readers, leave me a comment, or come visit my blog http://www.caitlynnicholas.blogspot.com
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Well, thanks for that Caitlyn, it was a pleasure to have you and your books. I really hope some of my readers check out Drive Me To Distraction or The Danger Game as I know they won’t be disappointed 🙂