Dates to remember

Put these dates in your diaries as #CarefreeandConsequences will be going on #sale! Enjoy a great romance with a great saving! #kindlesale #romancereaders #writingcommunity


Happy pride month

On May 15th 2015 after my steroid injections I was recovering in hospital and I decided, fuck it, and I came out as bisexual. I cannot believe that was four years ago! To those of you still waiting to tell your family and friends I hope this month do you be brave enough and know What ever their reaction might be you are still loved and still needed in this world just the way you are because baby you were born this way.

If you ever need someone to talk to you about your feelings if you’re unsure about anything please just drop me a line, and my blog here to raise awareness and get people through hard times.

Monday Motivation/ My Goals for the month.

You can turn around an unproductive day, into a productive one so that when you fall asleep tonight you feel as though you’ve achieved something positive, you just have to want too.

My Goals for June

  1. Write the first chapter to C&C sequel – aim 5000 words
  2. Sell 10 kindle books
  3. Get up to 500 followers on Instagram
  4. Try and get out of the house at least 4x a week
  5. Complete student finance forms
  6. Create a study space, get a folder and notebook, print off syllabus

Music Monday: A romance mixtape

My Funny Valentine by Michael Bublé

Falling in love by Elvis Presley

Fly me to the moon by Frank Sinatra

Saturday night at the movies by The Drifters

In the still of the night by The Satins

Stand by me by Ben E King

Crazier by Taylor Swift

Slow dancing by John Travolta

Moonlight lady by John Travolta

Whenever I’m away from you by John Travolta

He’s a Tramp by Peggy Lee

Belle Notte from Lady and The Tramp

Photograph by Ed Sheeran


American girl by Carrie Underwood

Love Wins by Carrie Underwood

Body Say by Demi Lovato.

I have no idea why I’m in such a lovestruck mood. The world is beautiful and I’m lucky I get to live in it.. still single and proud though.

Photos and videos from my trip to Manchester to see Michael Bublé

That weekend, my dream came true… It has been worth the 12 year wait and pain. Plus, the new wheelchair was so comfortable the entire time. Yes I am in a lot of pain now but travelling via train is so easy in a wheelchair. I just need to make sure the hotel definitely has a hoist before I decide to travel again because, I am in agony!!

Cannot wait to see what ideas my consultant has for my arthritis treatment wise, I’m hanging on like an acrylic nail after a drag queen’s been in a cat fight. Counting down the hours till my next dose of morphine.


A little note to the mother of the severely disabled little boy that was sitting next to me and Michael Bublé,

Your son and his vocalisations didn’t bother me at all nor did he getting up out of his wheelchair to dance and all them swinging his blanket round and resting his head on my shoulder,

Sing your son so happy watching Michael on stage was the best thing for me and I’m sorry you can see the whole show because he was tired but, I honestly think you are inspirational parent to go to great lengths to make your son happy. You were subjected to so many eyerolls and complaints From other concertgoers that it really made me angry

Surely your son should be able to experience a concert like everybody else despite his disability?

I thought it was amazing when you decided to share with me your story and how your son had never spoken a word until heard Michael sing 10 years ago. Thank you for sharing that moment with me, a complete stranger I thought it was amazing when you decided to share with me your story and how your son had never spoken a word until heard Michael sing 10 years ago. Thank you for sharing that moment with me, a complete stranger, The love and dedication to your son was obvious I just wish other people understood what you have to go through.

So Jacob’s mum, know that me and Michael Bublé will always be in your corner.


A little note to my friend Robyn who I met on the train,

Sweetie, you’re doing an absolutely amazing job with your three boys and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise or how to parent. We need more people like you working in the NHS, people with kind heart you generally want to be there.

I hope you enjoy your time in Wales visiting your auntie and I hope we get to meet up soon. Just throw me a text whenever you want some adult conversation from somewhere near your own age.

Thank you for the book recommendations too.