September 19, 2014

Guest Promo (XLVII) # Romancing September Day 19

Welcome to Day 19 of Romancing September Across The World Tour. Today our guest is Nicky Wells. Catch up with more from Nicky in a few hours with the second part of our tour when Stephanie chats to her.
Fallen For Rock by Nicky Wells
Fallen For Rock by Nicky Wells
Where is your home town?
I hail from Essen in Germany, but I’ve been in the UK since 1993 and currently, my home is in Lincoln.
How long have you been writing romance?
I started writing romance when I was expecting my first child. So that would be about nine years ago! I finished my first novel, Sophie’s Turn, with days to spare before the birth, put it in a drawer and left it there for quite some time. After I had published Sophie’s Turn, I began writing the sequel in 2011 and have been writing ever since.
What is your favourite sub-genre of romance?
I love all romance, but comedy is my favourite!
Introduce us to Emily.
Meet Emily Trenden, successful financial analyst at a major city bank. She’s 27, tall, with blue eyes and long blonde hair most often worn in a chignon. She likes opera and haute couture. In fact, there isn’t a pair of jeans in her wardrobe when we first meet her. She’s uptight, professional, and very smart. She is also caring, loving, sometimes funny, and occasionally a little clumsy, although she would be furious if she knew I told you that. The thing she craves most is stability and happiness in her life, in that order.
Where can readers find out more about you?
Nicky Wells
I’m a little bit here, there, and everywhere. Here are some of the places I like to hang out:
Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Romantic Novelists’ Association | Sapphire Star Publishing | Amazon | Goodreads | Pinterest
I also host a monthly radio show over on Siren 107.3 FM called BOOKS ROCK. It’s all about books, and I chat with authors and readers alike. Feel free to tune in at 11 am UK time on every third Sunday, or check out the podcasts on anytime you fancy!
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  1. She sounds like a woman just about to expand her horizons! Well done.