Giveaway Winners!


Thank you a lot for your participation to my giveaway. Now that the contest is over, the winners have been picked and they should have an email in their inbox. Congrats Heather and Jessica! I hope to hear from you very soon and that you will enjoy reading Patch Up. :)

And for those of you who are disappointed, don't worry. Maybe you'll win next time! 

I hope to see more of you on my blog now that I'm determined to make this blog more alive and with my new laptop Shiny, it should be a piece of cake. ;)

Don't forget to sign up to receive my monthly Newsletter and to read the first bonus scene from Duke's POV. There will be more in the next few months. 

Have a nice day and see you soon! 


Welcome my new laptop and a giveaway!


For the last couple of months, I bitched because I didn't have a laptop and only wrote on my ipad. At first, it was great and I was happy with my little new toy, but soon it became obvious that it's not that easy to write several books that count over 80,000 words on it. You have no idea how annoying it was sometimes.

So, I decided to buy a new laptop! I received it a couple of days ago and I'm still learning how to use it and it's fun. (But it also means that I have yet to really write). I even gave it a name... Listen closely, I think it's going to blow your mind. Ready?

I named it Shiny!

Yep. I know it's ridiculous, but I don't even care right now. I'm just too happy and giddy. (See? Who said that it's difficult to make me happy.) :)

So, to celebrate my brand new and perfect laptop, I'll give away 2 ebooks of PATCH UP. I hope you'll be happy to celebrate with me and that you will share with your friends. And tell them to just scroll down right to the rafflecopter. They don't need to read my useless ramblings. ;)

Here it is. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


2014: Personal Challenge - January


Because writing is always difficult and because I often need someone to boost me, I signed up for a challenge over at Bookish Treasure ( http://www.bookishtreasures.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/2014-personal-challenge-january-goal.html?m=1 ). My friend Laura had that idea for 2014 and I think it's a really great one. I hope you will be many more to sign up since it's a challenge as much for readers, bloggers as it is for writers. Check it out on her blog. :)

Now that I'm done with my ramblings, it's time for my goals this month. Let's see...

1/ Write a scene from Patch Up from Duke POV. I already wrote half of it. I hope you will like it! 

2/ Edit two to three more chapters of the sequel of Patch Up. It's not something I'd be able to do without the f-a-b-u-l-o-u-s Wendy, my beta-reader/editor. 

3/ Write two more chapters from my Secret Project. It's a New Adult Contemporary romance - stand-alone - that I have a hard time to write. I wrote half of the first draft... 

4/ Add a couple of scenes to a fun NA Contemporary novel I'm 'ready' to send to my beta readers if it's worth it. And if they want to read it. 

I guess this month is going to be a busy one of I do everything. Wow! 

And you, what are your goals this month? 

Good Resolutions... Maybe.


It's 2014 and it's time to make a list of good resolutions. I won't respect half of them, I know it, but at least I'm making one. (And it gives me a reason to update my blog). ;)

1/ Update my blog more often. Not that I have much to say and not that I'm that interesting, but I have some things that should be great. Stay in tune!

2/ Write 3 novels this year. First drafts only. Don't push too much! 

3/ Don't spend so much time on twitter and facebook. I have to focus way more on my writing. Seriously.

4/ Lose some weight. Waaayy needed.

5/ Be better at keeping in touch. 

6/ Try to be more patient. Not my forte. This one is going to be difficult.

7/ Buy less books and read the ones I already have. It should keep me busy for the next few years! 

8/ Spare some money for a weekend trip to London. After all, it's close from France where I live. 

9/ Talk about my books to my family. As weird as it sounds, they don't know I write and that I'm published. And yet, I'm very close to most of them. 

10/ Be more outward. I'm too shy most of the time and it might be cute when you're a teenager, but at almost 25 it's just annoying. 

I think a list of 10 resolutions is enough. :)

What is on your list if you made one? Anything book related? 

And happy new year! I hope you will have a fabulous year. 

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