New release from Sofia Grey – Juliet’s Soldier (Out of Time #4)

  What are readers saying about Juliet's Soldier? This series is AWESOME! ~Nancy   She truly shows what can be achieved in the name of love and what it means to be strong enough to succeed. ~Teri   A wonderful time travel romance ~Rabbit Juliet's Soldier (Out of Time #4) is now available on all … Continue reading New release from Sofia Grey – Juliet’s Soldier (Out of Time #4)


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I’m deep in the edit cave at the moment, working hard to get Juliet’s Soldier (Out of Time #4) ready for release.

If you’ve read any of the series so far, you’ll know that Lieutenant Marc Gallagher hasn’t had an easy time of it (no pun intended). Is this finally the chance for him to fall in love?

Oh wait, five hundred years in the future, love doesn’t exist any more. What’s a guy to do?

Juliet’s Soldier (Out of Time #4)

Breaking the rules has never been more dangerous

The first two rules of time travel are
– Never interfere, and
– History is set in stone

Juliet broke the first without meaning to. Now, to save the man she loves and undo her mistake, she’ll have to risk her entire future by breaking the second.

Juliet’s father wants her to marry for prestige, but she’s less-than-pleased with the…

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Hello. I’m a Gemini…

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Do you believe in astrology? Really? How can the position of the stars at the time of your birth affect your personality? It doesn’t make any sense at all. But, and this is a huge BUT, it’s uncannily accurate in so many respects.

I fit the profile of a Gemini as though it were written for me:

Expressive and quick-witted, Gemini represents two different personalities in one and you will never be sure which one you will face. They are sociable, communicative and ready for fun, with a tendency to suddenly get serious, thoughtful and restless.

Anyone who knows me, would nod their head at this point.

When it comes to horoscopes, I like to check mine. Sometimes in the morning, but more usually in the evening – to see how accurate it actually was. That’s quite a test. And today’s made me snort with laughter.

Here’s what actually happened…

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iBooks $0.99 promo (NZ & Australia only)

iBooks are running a $0.99 promotion on 17 contemporary romances this week, including one of mine - Seeing the Love (Love in Wellington #1). The only catch is that this offer is only available in the New Zealand & Australia stores. Go check 'em out. You know you want to 😀     Seeing … Continue reading iBooks $0.99 promo (NZ & Australia only)

Lila’s Wolf (Out of Time #2) – released today!

The second book in my time travel series came out today. What are people saying about it? "...edge of the seat, nail biting suspense that keeps you turning the pages anxious to find out what comes next" ~Michelle "The next book could not come soon enough." ~Tara Lila's Wolf (Out of Time #2) When Lila … Continue reading Lila’s Wolf (Out of Time #2) – released today!

Lazy Days of Summer (aka FREE books)

I know it's freezing down here, in the middle of the New Zealand winter, but I take heart from the fact that it's summer in the northern hemisphere. I love summer. I love pretty much everything about summer, including the chance to chill out with a good book or three. If you're anything like me, … Continue reading Lazy Days of Summer (aka FREE books)

Release. Rinse. Repeat.

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This could be my mantra for 2017. Previous years have been notable for launching my M/M romances, or releasing ELEVEN short stories in the Sexy to Go monthly anthologies.

2017 is the year of the makeover.

It started with my time travel romance series. I took the rights back for the two books already published, and then wrote two more: a world-building novella to go at the beginning, and an angsty, action-filled full length story as book 4. They needed new covers, and a whole new look, and are in the process of being released.

Next is my contemp romance Love at the Beach series. I’ve taken the rights back and am re-releasing them with new covers – and extra content – while I work on the next in series.

I didn’t stop there. Next to be tackled are a couple of sci-fi novellas that I’m going to rewrite in…

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Best of British promo – FREE books!

Whether you like paranormal or contemporary, the Best of British promo has something for you. Quite possibly lots of somethings! And the best of all? They're completely FREE!!     It runs until 18 June, so you have the weekend to click to your hearts content 🙂   Included is the first in my … Continue reading Best of British promo – FREE books!

Traditional vs Self-Publishing? How things change…

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Funny how things come full circle.

When I first started writing, I was desperate to find a publisher. Now bear in mind this was twenty years ago, and self-publishing was not even a glimmer on the horizon. If you wanted to be published, to be a real author, you needed a publisher. Or an agent, who would represent you, and sign you up for a fantastic contract.

Well, it didn’t happen.

Fast-forward fifteen years, and I was writing again with a view to being published, and all around me, writers were starting to publish their own works. It was still uncharted waters, with only the brave setting out to conquer the world, and I was scared. What if I wasn’t good enough? What if my books sank like stones?

I needed the validation of a publisher, someone in the know to say, “yes, you can write, and we like your…

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Siri… I **** you…

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There are lots of people who love Siri. I thought I would, but it’s not working out.

Maybe it’s just me? Maybe she doesn’t understand my northern English flattened vowels? She doesn’t understand my teen-son either. And I’ve tried. Really.

I changed it to male Siri (British Male), but despite having a slightly less annoying voice, he’s just as useless.

It was only when I had a funky new car audio system installed recently, that I decided to make friends with Siri. After all, I could now get my iPhone to connect automatically to the car bluetooth, and have full hands-free capability while I drive. I was excited at the possibilities. To take calls safely. To dictate text messages. To select music tracks. The world (albeit the small world-inside-my-car) would be my oyster. Yeah… nah. It didn’t quite work like that.

The number of shouting matches I’ve held with…

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