Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Kindle Countdown Deal

Hello my loveliness... 

To celebrate me becoming an author at Pict Publishing and the forthcoming Book Cover Reveal Day for my next novel At The End of the Summer, I'm having a  #KindleCountdownDeal for you of both my published novels:


Just click on either of the links above and the book can be yours for only 0.99£ / 0.99 $.

Don't miss it - the Kindle Countdown deal is open for a few days only - till 6th of March.


Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Pict Publishing

As my friends know, I'm a chatty person. Whenever anything exciting happens to me, I have a hard time keeping it to myself. But this time I managed to stay silent.

So, I'm delighted to tell you from today I am an author at Pict Publishing

I'm so excited to begin this new journey with other empowered voices.      

As they say : Pict Publishing is a small publishing company based in the UK. Epic tales featuring strong modern women, written by women.
Giving a voice to a new wave of writers. 

Here is also their annoucement: June Moonbridge joins Pict Publishing

So that means my new novel - At the End of the Summer - of which the cover will be revealed tomorrow (1st March 2018) is going to be published on 1st May 2018 by Pict Publishing.

And here are some links where you can find me:

Meet Pict Publishing Authors 

Pict Publishing Books

Signing off with a glass of wine in my hand...

Oh... I forgot... I have a BOOK COVER REVEAL tommorow...  

Monday, 19 February 2018

Proof ordered

I have a hard time believing we're already in the second half of February. I barely managed to do anything and yet, here we are... Only ten days away from the 

While I was working hard on promoting my 3rd novel, I totally missed my 2nd book's 1st birthday which was on 1st February. 

However, I'm going to correct this at the end of the month. Just watch this space.

To be honest, since Friday evening I've been squealing with excitement...

The reason for this is ~ I have already ordered a proof copy of my novel At the End of the Summer and I expect to get it latest on Friday, or so they promised. I cannot wait to get it. 

To check it for the grammar issues that escaped three pairs of keen eyes. To read it one more time before releasing it into the world and into your hands. 

To finally have it in my hands... 

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Book Cover Reveal ~ The Windmill Café: Summer Breeze by Poppy Blake

Series: The Windmill Café, Book 1

Genre: RomCom

Release Date: 9th March 2018

Publisher: HarperImpulse

The Windmill Cafe is open for business!
As Rosie Barnes serves glasses of tangy lemonade and ice-cold prosecco at her summer garden party, she couldn’t be happier. The Windmill Café, with its peppermint green sails is a roaring success and has given Rosie a chance to escape the heartbreak of her busy life in London.

But then disaster strikes when popstar Suki Richards is taken unexpectedly ill at the party. Now all eyes are on Rosie…have her famous raspberry cupcakes poisoned her most high-profile guest? Or is someone else trying to damage Suki’s chance of stardom?

If Rosie wants to save her picture-perfect life, and the reputation of her beloved Windmill Café, she’s going to have to get to the bottom of the mystery…and fast!


Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Handbag Gallery by Jessie Cahalin

A week or two ago I came across an interesting blog Books in my Handbag by Jessie Cahalin

While perusing it, my eyes were caught at the page on the blog called

and here I saw many different handbags with so many novels in them. I was wondering what was it all about, until then I didn't know its purpose. 
In Jessie own words: 

"Books in My Handbag is delighted to present the handbags of authors and their books. This celebration of authors’ work has been a great success, with an astonishing over 200 bags already in the gallery.
Every single composition sets the scene and tells a story.  There are themes such as mystery, escapism, adventure and romance.  The images demonstrate the fact that authors are fun story-tellers who absolutely adore a creative challenge!"   

So, I confess, I took photos of my two novels in my handbag 

and then contacted Jessie to ask if she would be interested in posting them on her Handbag Gallery. 

Guess what? She did! 

If you don't believe me - check it out and while you're there, click on the link of my novels or any other... There are quite a number of them. I'm positive you're going to find something that you like. 

Oh and just one little bit of information for you:
If you are a NetGalley member, Caught Between Two Worlds is on a request there, for reading and reviewing and liking its cover.
Thank you!

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Caught Between Two Worlds on NetGalley

Are you a #netgalley member? Caught Between Two Worlds is #now available for request on NetGalley. 



Not your ordinary romance novel.

A vacation on the shores of the Egyptian Red Sea was Veronica Blake’s long lasting dream.
But dreams turn into nightmares. Controlling boyfriend Peter complains and embarrasses her frequently in front of everybody from the start. A trip to the ancient sites turns into a disaster. But the salvation comes in the form of the mysterious Nicholas, a blue-eyed man she remembers from the hotel.
Deep in the Sahara desert Veronica encounters a totally different way of life. She desperately seeks the truth about everything that happened. Alone and afraid of her new written future she finds consolation with Nicholas, the only man she’s left to trust.
Will she ever accept the truth she seeks, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Will she be able to find a way back to the life she was forced to leave behind?

Thursday, 1 February 2018

Guest post on Suzie Tullett's blog

Today lovely Suzie Tullett hosted me on her blog. I was talking about why do I write romance.

Are you interested? Really? 
Well, just click on this link - Suzie Tullett - and you'll be able to read it in whole.

A little about Suzie - who doesn't know her already (borrowed from her blog page) :

She's an author of contemporary women’s fiction and romantic comedy. Her novels include Going Underground, Little White Lies and Butterflies, which was short-listed for The Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize, and The Trouble with Words, a tale about love, loss, and moving on. 
She has a Masters Degree in Television & Radio Scriptwriting and worked as a scriptwriter before becoming a full-time novelist. She lives in a tiny hamlet in the middle of the French countryside, along with her husband and two Greek rescue dogs and when she's not busy creating her own literary masterpieces, she usually has her head in someone else’s.