Erin Lawless ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ Book Launch!

Last week, we were thrilled to attend the book launch for Erin Lawless’s gorgeous new novel, Somewhere Only We Know. What’s even better is that blogger and book lover, Ali Williams, has written this fab round up – it’s like we’re celebrating all over again! I first met Erin Lawless at the 2015 Romance Festival Live party, at the News Corp building in London Bridge, and we soon discovered that we have an affinity for silly selfies. #SelfieSisters So I was delighted to be invited to her launch party for the paperback release of Somewhere Only We Know, her second romantic comedy, published with Harper Impulse. The book’s set in Clapham and is loosely inspired by the deportation of one of Lawless’ best friends, and so it…

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I Still HEART London: Nikki Moore’s #LoveLondon Series

When the first in the #LoveLondon series Skating at Somerset House was released last December, I had no idea of exactly how much hard work lay ahead of me, how brilliantly my editor Charlotte would support me through the mad rush of publishing five novellas and a full length novel in nine months, or how amazingly readers, reviewers and bloggers would react to the series. Now I know, and I find myself both happy and sad that the last in the #LoveLondon series, Picnics in Hyde Park is published. It has been an ecstatic, joy filled and crazy whirlwind – a bit like falling in love. I am still stunned at how many lovely reviews the series has had and that some of the novellas…

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NADIA OSIPOVA’S HIDDEN LONDON: PART 1

Today marks the publication of Erin Lawless’s brilliant new novel, SOMEWHERE ONLY WE KNOW! To celebrate, we have a guest blog from protagonist Nadia, who is going to guide you around her favourite hidden London spots – read on to discover more, and take a look at the interactive map! (And don’t forget to start reading SOMEWHERE ONLY WE KNOW, available now!) Hello! My name is Nadia Osipova, and I’m a Londonholic. I’ve lived here my entire adult life, and I love it all: the tourists, the expensive, inauthentic food, the crowded pavements, the ‘minor delays’ on the tube… Haha, I’m joking (sort of) – but it is the truth that since the news of my potential deportation, I’ve been feeling extra fond of the Old…

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BALLS TO SINGLES NIGHTS – STOP THE CLUSTER-DATING-HELL by Anonymous Dater

It was the worst singles night in the history of mankind. I should know. Listen, I will put up with pretty much anything in the name of trying to meet that elusive soulmate/Mr Right-now/someone who gets part of my name right and does not have really bad breath. I have, as recounted here, been to a night where I had to sniff smelly t-shirts potentially worn by my future beloved. On other occasions I have put up with milling around random bars whilst rather sinister ladies called Matchmakers forced me to talk to verbose men about football. That was called an anti-dating night, as it did not involve any speed dating. And for me, it was true, no dating happened. At all. I have even…

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