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SPARKLEMAS 9: Meet David Myers

Meet DAVID MYERS – Cerrie’s ex-boyfriend who is also the Deputy Head at the school where she works. He cheated on her and broke her heart, but could he be trying to win her back?

David is ambitious and driven, with a very high opinion of himself. But I wanted to show readers that Cerrie loved him for five years, so there had to be something she could love about him. He’s good-looking and charming when he wants to be, but he differs from Cerrie in so many ways. As the story progresses, we see him soften a little – which should set alarm bells ringing for Cerrie. But where matters of the heart are involved, could she believe he wants to make amends this time…?

David was great to write because I loved writing a flawed character and the tension between him and Cerrie was really interesting to explore.

Here’s an excerpt from Christmas in St Ives – this is where Cerrie finds David already waiting with new teacher Tom Keller in the hall for the first nativity rehearsal together:

David excerpt 1David excerpt 2David excerpt 3My dream actor to play David in the film version of Christmas in St Ives (because dreams can come true, can’t they?) is NICHOLAS HOULT – known for SkinsWarm Bodies and About a Boy. I think he has the perfect mix of looks, charm and edge to bring over the complexities of David’s character:

Nicholas Hoult as David

NICHOLAS HOULT as DAVID MYERS (Photo: DarkHorizons.com)

Come back tomorrow for another 24 DAYS OF SPARKLEMAS exclusive… Every day between now and Christmas Eve I’ll be sharing all kinds of sparkly goodies. Don’t miss a present from me this December! xx

 

My exclusive Halloween treat – just for you!

I promised you a special treat and asked for people who wanted to be included in it… well, here it is!

I have written an exclusive short story for you – and if you asked to be included in it you might want to take a close look at Page 2!

Halloween Cafe

 

Halloween Café began life on Monday as a series of tweets I sent from my local café after I was served by a lovely bloke who had clearly been made to wear skeleton face-paint. Lots of lovely tweethearts asked for more of the story, so I wrote it for you! It just goes to show that stories are everywhere – even in your local café!

You can view and download your copy of Halloween Café by clicking HERE.

I had so much fun writing this for you – I hope you enjoy it! xx