Friday, 20 March 2015


Air is now available on Smashwords. This means that it will also soon be available on at Kobo, Barnes & Noble and iBooks. I will update with links once I have them.

Thursday, 12 March 2015

Air Release Day!

Air is now available to download from Amazon! I can't wait to hear what you all think of the conclusion to the series. I'm a little sad that it's over but I'm also feeling really proud - and excited about all the ideas I want to move onto next!

I do have some short story ideas for Elements of Power, so this may not be the forever-end for the series (there's a Tristan sub-plot from book two which I would like to give some space too...) but it is a definite goodbye to Jasmine, Roxy and Brae.

Writing this series has been a huge learning curve for me and I feel like my writing has improved so much as a result. Next week, I will post some of my favourite moments and quotes from the series, but for now I will just leave you with all those lovely Amazon links. 

UK \\ US \\ Germany \\ France \\ Spain \\ Italy \\ Netherlands \\ Japan \\ Brazil \\ Canada \\ Mexico \\ Australia \\ India

Once you've had the chance to read it. Please let me know what you think.

Sunday, 8 March 2015

Air Pre-order

Air is now available for pre-order on Amazon! It will then be delivered straight to your Kindle on Thursday 12th March. You can find it at the following links:
UK \\ US \\ Germany \\ France \\ Spain \\ Italy \\ Netherlands \\ Japan \\ Brazil \\ Canada \\ Mexico \\ Australia \\ India

Thursday, 5 March 2015

One Week to Go!

Yes, you read that correctly! There is only one more week until you can read Air and finish the Elements of Power series. In the mean time, make sure that you add Air to your goodreads shelf and keep an eye on the blog for further updates and info.

Let me know in the comments if you're rooting for Roxy or Jasmine.

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Monthly Recap: February

Some day, I'll manage to post this on the first of the month...

The Winner's Curse

Read just in time for The Winner's Crime, which I will be buying as soon as I finish Bringing Up Bebe (which is the first physical book I have read in a long time!). There seem to be a lot of books that focus on dystopian-racism at the moment (the first book on my March reading list is The Red Queen). TWC had some great characterisation, fantastic plot twists (particularly the end) and I liked that the society reminded me of ancient Greece/Rome.

The Guantanamo Diary

This should be required reading. Chilling, thought-provoking and extremely well written (to the point where I had to keep reminding myself that it wasn't fiction).

To All the Boys I've Loved Before

Very funny. I definitely identified with Lara Jean's feelings on driving! I could never quite tell where this book was going next and it took me quite a while to decide what I even wanted to happen next. I am really looking forward to book two.

So far, I'm two books ahead on my Goodreads challenge :) I've also made some progress on the Pop Sugar challenge, which you can see here. I'm currently on book two for March after I devoured The Red Queen in a couple of days.