A Life Without You - read a sneak peek

Chapter 1 


She would hate that it wasn’t a spectacular occasion. Quite an ordinary day really. Not good enough. Not good enough at all.

A Sunday morning in January. Dull outside. The clouds a blanket of foreboding, a grey persuasion that staying inside, under a duvet, was the best course of action.

We didn’t take much convincing.

Aria welcomes Adele O'Neill

I couldn’t have been happier when I heard that an office full of adults sobbed because of me, not because I am wicked or have a malicious streak coursing through my veins but because it was confirmation that the story I had sent to Caroline and the team at Aria, had made them cry just as much as it did me.

Aria welcomes Tania Crosse

Hi there! I’m Tania Crosse, and I’ve been a historical novelist for some time. Since 2004, in fact, which makes me feel somewhat ancient! I’ve seen a lot of changes in the publishing industry in that time. I started off in mass market paperback, with thousands of my books being sold into major supermarkets and bookshops, motorway service chains, book clubs and so forth. In those days, e-books didn’t exist, but now they have cornered a huge percentage of the market.

Always and Forever – Cover Reveal

A huge thank you to The Writing Garnet for revealing the beautiful cover for ALWAYS AND FOREVER by Sian O'Gorman!

Lindsey Hutchinson – How my parents inspired me to write

My father was, and still is, an avid reader and encouraged me to do the same. We always had books at home and were all keen members of the local library.

My mother, Meg Hutchinson, encouraged me to write stories when I was still in school. I remember on one occasion having to write a story for an exam. Having no idea what to cover, mum suggested ‘The Life History of a Piece of Paper.’ After giving me a few ideas she left me to my task.


Jessie's Promise – Sneak Preview

Hearing the wind howling outside and the patter of rain against the small windowpanes Jessie shivered, trying not to think about what was coming. She’d been warned and now she was just going to have to take what was coming to her. She lifted her head proudly, looking straight at the woman sitting behind the imposing desk, determined to give no sign of the distress she was feeling.

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