2016 has been such a raving dumpster fire that I occasionally have to remind myself it wasn’t all bad, and that some good things did indeed happen. For me, one of those things was the release of the latest in the Dark Dates series – Angel Falls, the sequel to Wolf Night, and a collection […]
Ah, 2016 – what a brutal beast of a year. Like many people I am still reeling from the seemingly non-stop onslaught of horrors that has been the past 12 months – but books, at least, have provided a consistent solace and distraction. I managed to put a couple of my own out (and […]
First of all – forgive me for this rambling post: it started off about one thing and went into a rant, and I don’t have the energy to fix it. Like most people, I suspect I’m in shock this week – heartsick, scared and sad at the state of the world, and worried about the […]
I’ve been talking to some more lovely bloggers in the last couple of weeks! First up, talking about Angel Falls over at Jera’s Jamboree. Then chatting about Halloween with Up Close and Literal. And finally, over at Trip Fiction talking about London locations in the Dark Dates books. Thanks for having me, guys!
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It’s been a busy old time at Dark Dates Towers, connecting with some amazing bloggers! I was incredibly excited to be Author of the Week at Hello Chicklit, where the lovely Aimee featured an interview and guest post. Rachel’s Random Reads did a super fun ‘truth or not’ feature and I was back at Bloomin’ […]
So apparently it’s World Mental Health Day today – a much-needed reminder that it’s totally OK to admit you have or have had mental health issues, to tell your friends it’s OK if they have mental health issues, and maybe to start some useful or helpful conversations. Those of you who follow this blog will […]