Saturday, July 08, 2006

Under the covers.

At last, I've had time to play with my new website and I've mastered the art of creating a new page (a major achievement if you knew what a computer dunce I am!)

So for an 'under the cover' look at BIG-SHOT BACHELOR, my first Modern Extra release, head on over. I've also included an excerpt to give you a hint of what's to come!


That's about it for now. Time to get a bit more R&R before I start my next Romance, probably next week. I've already done the outline for this one so getting toey to start. Might just jot down a few key scenes while I'm resting up...

6 comments:

Trish said...

GREAT EXCERPT NIC!!!!

Really looking forward to this one! THIS is the Nic voice; funny, snappy... Can't wait to hold the book in my hot little hands...

You GO girl!

Wayne said...

Nicole

I enjoyed visiting your website and reading yoru blog. Of course, I'm going to have to check your recent books out. As Trish says, you have a wonderful snappy voice. And I do love the Australian covers. Wish you were coming RWA Nationals, I'm pay you to bring me a copy of WIFE AND MOTHER WANTED.

Wayne Jordan
www.waynejordan.com
Harlequin Kimani Author

Nicola Marsh said...

Wayne,
great to see you here!

Oh, how I wish I were coming to RWA nationals too....aiming to make it to San Fran in 2008!

WIFE AND MOTHER WANTED is out in the US next month. If you can't find it, give me a yell and I'll get a copy to you.

Fiona Lowe said...

Nic, love the photos of Brunswick Street!
And as an *addicted* webpage maker enthusist, I hope you had fun creating your new page.

allyblake said...

Me too. Love the excerpt and the Brunswick Street setting!

My latest heroine lives around those parts and I'm itching to write a scene where she takes the rather more gentrified hero for a walk along the strip.

May be back to ogle your piccies some more!

Nicola Marsh said...

Part of the fun of writing this one was setting it in Brunswick Street. I really tried to incorporate loads of the local colour. My editor wanted to visit 'boho' Melbourne after reading it :)