The Barging In blog tour’s final stop: Lou Harper’s blog

Barging In coverLou Harper, my long-time writing buddy and wonderful beta reader, as well as talented author in her own right, has interviewed me over on her blog today. Head over there to see a couple of pictures of my old boat, as well as finding out where I’d most like to go if I had a free trip in the TARDIS  ;)

And that’s it for the blog tour now. It’s been great fun, though! Thank you so much to everyone who’s left comments on the posts :D

Extra news: I’ve just about finished my next novel and am hoping to send it off to my editor later today… or tomorrow at the latest. Wish me luck!

The Barging In blog tour calls at: JL Merrow’s blog

Yes, this is a day late but since the site that had agreed to host the tour yesterday seems to have gone under, the delightful and talented JL Merrow very kindly stepped in and offered to host yesterday’s post – Thanks Jamie! :D

So, find out more about What’s in a Name? – more specifically, what’s in a narrowboat name, over on Jamie’s blog.

The Barging In blog tour calls at: Top 2 Bottom Reviews

Barging In coverI’ve written a short post about characters’ wardrobes, Clothes Maketh the Man, followed by a short and sexy excerpt where Robin decides to check out just what Dan has on under his trousers… ;D

Oh, and I’ve no idea what these things mean in terms of sales or if they’re even all that impressive, but I’m tickled pink to see Barging In is at #8 on the gay chart on Amazon.com, and at #6 on the Samhain bestsellers chart – woohoo!!! Huge thank yous to everyone who’s bought a copy :D

The Barging In blog tour calls at: Erotica For All

Where I’ve posted a silly piece called Alfresco sex: the rulebook – followed by a short and steamy excerpt from Barging In ;D

Also, I’ve had a lovely 4.5 star review over on Reviews by Jessewave by fellow Brit, Leslie S, who says:

Readers who enjoy non-US settings will find this book delightful. It’s stuffed to the gills with Britishness and gives a good flavour of our attitudes and of course, our lovely slang :lol: Quirky from the start, the book is funny in a deadpan way and there’s plenty of situational humour too, though the comedic aspect never overwhelms the romance or the drama of the unfolding relationship.

The Barging In blog tour calls at: Just Joshin’

I’m thrilled to announce the second stop on the Barging In blog tour – yes, I know that’s two in one day, but believe me, you don’t turn Josh Lanyon down when he offers you a guest spot on his blog :D

Read all about what I, Clare London and JL Merrow had to say about: Writing Britain for an American Audience.

Okay, no more posts today, I promise!