Highland Wedding, the third in my Highland Books series, is out now…
When you write romcoms, the wedding industry is an easy target. People queue up to offer you unnecessary rubbish, lending themselves to wonderful satire. What I never understood was the whole chair cover thing. You book a hotel, buy their wedding package—food, drink, number of guests, etc.—and they expect you to cough up a fee for white covers neatly wrapped over the bleedin’ chairs with a bow on the back.
Hopefully, I’ve managed to make it as amusing as I can. Here’s the blurb:
Ask a man to marry you and the rest is a walk in the park, right?!
When Gaby springs a proposal on Jack, he is happy to say ‘yes’. As are the Lochalshie residents, delighted at the prospect of a wedding instead of the more usual funeral. They have ideas for the nuptials coming out of their ears…
With the local landlord piling on the pressure, their friends demanding hen parties in Ibiza, a would-be wedding planner too ready to criticise and a new guy on the scene who is easy on the eye, will Gaby and Jack get their happy ever after?
You can buy the book on Amazon (I’ll put it on Kobo, Apple Books, Google Play, etc., in the new year). I’m also planning a box set of the three books and there’s the gorgeous cover for it, thanks to yummybookcovers.
The cat-shaped hole in our home
Finally, I wrote about the sudden loss of my cat earlier this month. Freddie was a special fella and he is in my thoughts a lot of the time. There are a lot of cats out there in shelters requiring a home and we had a cat-shaped hole in our house needing filled…
Meet Lucy and William, a mother and son ginger combo who are currently feeling their way around our house and into our lives. We got them from the local SSPCA shelter on Christmas Eve and whereas the charity’s policy is not to allow people to adopt animals as Christmas presents (rightly so), this was definitely the best gift I received.
Thanks for reading, liking and commenting on my blog in 2019 and all the very best to you and yours in 2020.
Good to see Lucy and William are making your family happy 😃
I’ve never noticed chair covers. I expect that’s because I’m a bloke.
I hope 2020 is the year of through the roof sales for your books Emma.
Thanks, Gary! 😁
Aww they’re gorgeous! Book covers. Well, and the mogs!
Ginger cats are always seriously attractive!
I am so sorry about Freddie, I imagine that even with new cats you will still have a Freddie-sized hole in your heart! So sweet of you to rescue two. I guess Freddie had big paws to fill. Happy New Year.
Thank you so much for your lovely comments and yes, I love that description – the Freddie shaped hole. All the best for 2020.
Congratulations on getting another book published. It’s much work and takes LOTS of discipline to get to the point to publish. How wonderful. I am happy for you.
Thanks ever so, Chris!
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Thanks, Chris! Very kind of you. I’ve sent you a response via email.
Thank you, Emma.
Those are two lovely cats. It helps to have related cats because they are great company for each other. I have Sooty and Zara a brother and sister as well as the other too.
They are beautiful… It’s fascinating to see the differences between male and female cats. (Boy ones are more expensive to insure too, we’ve just worked out!)
Neutered males are said to be more affectionate. I’m not sure, they are all very affectionate!