BUILD US YOUR IDEAL STORY with Louise Foster

BUILD US YOUR IDEAL STORY with Louise Foster $5 Sigh worthy male leads Brock is an ex SAS soldier and has experienced heartache on his tours of Afghanistan. He may have a new life as police …

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Meet your Author: Elizabeth Squire

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March and April see the release of books by two new debut Escape authors: Maddie Jane (Fixed Up) and Elizabeth Squire (Closer to Sin). We thought you might like to meet them—and we were lazy enough to let them do all the interviewing work! Last we we published Elizabeth’s interview with Maddie—now enjoy Maddie’s interview with Elizabeth!


Hello, I’m Maddie Jane and today I’m interviewing my fellow author, Elizabeth Squire. We’re both debut Escape artists and are super-excited about our new releases. Elizabeth writes Regency romances and is talking to me about her gorgeous novel, Closer to Sin. Hopefully she’ll share a few secrets with us today, about herself as well as her sexy hero, Sinclair and her feisty heroine, Liliane.

Elizabeth, when did you tell your friends you were a writer with a secret identity and a passion for smoking-hot Regency rakes?

Funny you should…

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TELL US YOUR BACKSTORY with Vanda Vadas

TELL US YOUR BACKSTORY with Vanda Vadas

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Tell Us Your Backstory with Vanda Vadas

Have you kept any books from your childhood? Perhaps one, maybe two that resonated so deeply with you that the stories are, to this day, still embedded in your brain? Books that won’t let you let them go?

For The Love of Books! Step back in time with me when I was aged between nine and eleven. A time when my family returned to the country of my birth, New Guinea. A time (insert here a very dramatic drum roll) . . . when we had no television. Gasp! (Internet and video games hadn’t been invented as yet). What were my brothers and I to do with our spare time? Solution: Good old fashioned child’s play including going to the local creek to catch guppies, chase toads, gorge ourselves on fallen mangoes from a garden tree, play tag and hide and seek, ride…

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BUILD US YOUR IDEAL STORY with Narrelle Harris

BUILD US YOUR IDEAL STORY with Narrelle Harris

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We’ve set the challenge to Australian romance writers… using the above ‘menu’, you’ve got $10 to build us what you consider to be the *perfect* story…. Can it be done? Narrelle Harris shows us her way!

The Holmes/Watson Requited Love Pie by Narrelle Harris

A delicious dish I like to savour involves soul-mates finding each other at last, healing from past hurts and overcoming external obstacles to embrace a brighter future. A great variation on this recipe is having the soul-mates not realise that they are soul-mates, and having to overcome some internal obstacles as well.

Today I am compiling a classic dish of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, served as a romance pie, Australian-style. This dish has been with us, with variations, for 128 years, and can be enjoyed in many ways and adapted for all eras, seasons and tastes.

My version of this classic is called The Adventure…

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Meet your Author: Maddie Jane

The Escapades

March and April see the release of books by two new debut Escape authors: Maddie Jane (Fixed Up) and Elizabeth Squire (Closer to Sin). We thought you might like to meet them—and we were lazy enough to let them do all the interviewing work! Today you can read Elizabeth’s interview with Maddie, and next week we’ll run Maddie’s interview with Elizabeth.


Hi there, I’m Elizabeth Squire and I’ve just enjoyed a wonderful few days getting to know fellow Escape artist and debut author Maddie Jane. Being the sticky beak, ah—I mean, investigative journalist, that I am, I couldn’t resist peppering her with questions about her writing life and her sexy new book, Fixed Up. For two gals who grew up on opposite sides of the Ditch, it was great to discover that we both shared a penchant for reading concealed Mills and Boons when…

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New in Town!

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Dulili is suffering a people drought. Over the years more people have moved away than have arrived to stay in this old New South Wales farming town, and now only a handful of young families and elderly residents are left. The locals put a plan into action to entice newcomers: offering the town’s empty houses to people from anywhere in Australia. Who could resist renting a beautiful homestead for a dollar a week?


Three writers, one town, three stories…

How do you make a collaborative writing endeavour work? Take Catherine Evans, Lisa Ireland and Jennie Jones and have them like each other! Then have them wrangle the necessities of creating one fictional country town in need of help. Give them a few weeks of emailing back and forth across three states and hey presto! Dulili, a forgotten town in NSW is born.

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The series A Dollar for a Dream is…

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Feed Your Reader: mid-March releases

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A fresh new voice in contemporary romance, Maddie Jane debuts her romantic comedy novel about a woman who knows how to fix things and the man who wants to convince her that DIY is more fun with two…


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Lachlan has spent his life running, and Dulili is just far enough away for a new start. But small towns have few secrets…

Book 2 in the new Dollar for a Dream rural romance series

Move to the country for $1 a week… 

Dulili is suffering a people drought. Over the years more people have moved away than have arrived to stay in this old New South Wales farming town, and now only a handful of young families and elderly residents are left. The locals put a plan into action to entice newcomers: offering the town’s empty houses to newcomers from anywhere in Australia.  Who could resist renting a beautiful homestead for a…

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