Wednesday, 29 April 2015

The Jubilee Letter - E book now available

The Jubilee Letter is available from publisher Accent Press or from Amazon and other book platforms.

Set against the backdrop of 1950s Glasgow and the grand drama of the young Queen's coronation, Avril must choose between two suitors. Both have secrets and only once Avril finds out what they are hiding will she be able to find a love to last a lifetime.

Will she be tempted by the charming Jack or by quiet Gordon? A choice once made which will affect her whole life.

Monday, 2 March 2015

Out Now - The Dark Marshes

My latest romance, a gothic tale of madness and murder, is out now on Amazon Kindle. You can get it for a reasonable 99p.

Sunday, 4 January 2015

The Power Of Love

                              Out on 1 January 2015. A lovely start to the New Year.

                                                        The Power of Love 

                                                    ISBN 978 1 4448 2263 2

Hannah Lavender's family don't do conventional.  Her mother who really should know better elopes with a Texan cowboy. Her sister , Ronnie, is an activist, never happier than when she is demonstrating about something, and her brother in law is a hairy biker. All Hannah wants to do is work in a library but when she loses her job she is forced to work for geothermal engineer Steve Talbot, one of Ronnie's long time targets. That's when things really begin to get complicated.

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

2014 highlights and Happy New Year.

2014 was an excellent year for new writing - for the first time in three years I was back to my original output of 4/5 books a year. I continued to sell all my books for Large Print and this means they will eventually appear in the library. However my writing career took off when Amazon introduced KU - and I was a Star Author for two months running. I also got a two page spread in the local paper and the photo was flattering -although the one of my cat was even better. Christmas at Hartford Hall was No 1 on the Regency list for three weeks. The year is ending more on a whimper than a bang - but then - who has time to read in December?
I have a new Regency coming out in January - Lord Ilchester's Inheritance - and am part of a joint venture which will be releasing a boxset in time for Valentine's Day. Very excited about this -there will be more news nearer the time. Happy and peaceful New Year to everyone. Fenella J Miller

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Latest Pocket Novel Release

My latest pocket novel BENEATH AN OUTBACK SKY was released recently in the UK. Hope some of you notice it on the bookshelves!?

And just a reminder that the ebook and paperback editions are on preorder for release in a few days on 30th November on iBooks, Smashwords in all e-formats and Amazon Kindle.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Christmas at Hartford Hall

I am delighted to tell you that a novella, Christmas at Hartford Hall, which I wrote for My Weekly Pocket Novels in 2009 is now recyled and has appeared with a lovely new cover. This is a Cinderella story and ideal for a light read.
This is the cover for the Linford large print.
This is cover it had with Musa -who have just returned the rights.
This is the MWPN cover - note the tree - not around in the Regency, but still a decent cover. Which one do you prefer? Mine is the new one by the wonderful Jane Dixon-Smith. Fenella J Miller

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Barbara's War -The Resolution

This is on pre-order on Amazon at the moment. Barbara's War -The Resolution is the final part of a three book series. The books can be read as stand alone -but would be better read in order. If Barbara's secret is discovered it will destroy her family, but no one can keep a secret forever. Her husband Alex, a Spitfire pilot, would reject her and her marriage will be over. A tragedy almosts rips the family apart and then Alex is posted abroad. Barbara has to learn to live without him. A series of domestic catastrophes, bad news and the unexpected appearance of her childhood friend, John Thorogood, cause her further heartache. Can she find a happy resolution to her problems? I was sorry to say goodbye to the characters having lived with them through three books. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Fenella J Miller