Born in Scotland, she moved to Glasgow to join an International Bank specialising in trade finance in emerging markets. Her grand plan was to move to America and marry a cowboy. But then H entered her life and she went with him to Africa instead. These days she lives with H in leafy Cheshire.
Readers have dubbed her books, “made me laugh and made me cry” “hot” “page turners” all of which have delighted her enough to put in her bio.
If you meet CC in the flesh you should call her Christine.
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Hi CC, I nominated you for the Hug Award. No pressure to participate, but if you want to find out more, please stop by http://kourtneyheintz.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/blog-awards-time/
Thank you, Kourtney!
I’ll drop by tomorrow. Up the wall today!
You’re welcome CC. No rush, stop by whenever you want and zero pressure to pass it on. You can bask in it for a few months. 🙂
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog
Thanks for stopping by my blog! Congrats on your new releases!! Very exciting news!
Thank you, Denise.
It’s lovely to meet you and Darth!
Love all Ludlow books, Hall & Nights. Hope there are more. Thanks
Yes, Stacia. I’m writing No Rules and Our Rules, along with the next Ludlow Hall book.
Hi Christine. Just wondering if you are writing at the moment Love your books and would especially like to hear how things are these days at Ludlow Hall. Hope you are well.
Hi Lorna! Yes, I’m slowly working on three projects at the moment – the next Ludlow Hall book, Gregorio’s Bride. The next Ludlow Nights book, Our Rules, and romantic suspsense, Desert Captive.
Writing has been slow due to the death of my dad last year, construction at the house that went on for over four months, influenza, and now H has just been diagnosed with bowel cancer. His cancer was caught during routine bowel screening, which triggered investigation and a colonoscopy yesterday when biopsies of the tumour were taken, and then we received the bad news. The cancer is at the early stage – he’s had no symptoms, is very well with lots of energy etc., and we pray for a positive outcome after treatment. We’re waiting for MRI and CT scan appointments. Once the colorectal team have all the results we’ll be called to a meeting by the Consultant to discuss the care path for H going forward.
Going forward I will be writing as much as I can, but my focus is on H for the foreseeable future.
I have just re-read your Ludlow Nights series for probably the 3rd time and realised that we never saw Tanith’s story. Is it in the pipeline?
Good morning, Lucy,
Thank you so much for reaching out to me. Yes, I’m working on Tanith’s story right now. It’s in its second draft stage with one more to go before editing. I’m not sure when it will be released, hopefully in the New Year. I’m still busy with my H, who is doing really well, but our time is being sucked by a deluge of a variety of hospital appointments, which will lesson as time goes by.