Author Archives: Morton S. Gray

About Morton S. Gray

Author of romantic suspense novels. http://mortonsgray.com

Angela Britnell – Three Lesser-Known Facts About Me

This week it’s Angela Britnell‘s turn to tell us three lesser known facts about herself. Angela is just about to release her latest Christmas book for Choc Lit – A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm. Over to Angela … … Continue reading

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What I Envy About My Fictional Heroines By Helen Buckley

This week fellow Choc Lit author Helen Buckley, author of the Spotlight Series, who has just released Strictly Christmas Spirit, is here to tell us what she envies about her fictional heroines. Over to Helen … There are three books … Continue reading

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Three Lesser-Known Facts About Author Victoria Walker

I know it’s going to be a good guest blog post when I get carried away reading it rather than preparing the blog! This week I’m joined by an author who doesn’t live too far away from me, although her … Continue reading

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What I Envy About Chloe – My Fictional Heroine by Author Helen Bridgett

My guest this week is Helen Bridgett who writes for Ruby Fiction. Her latest novel Christmas at Serenity Bay is released on 16 November 2021. Today she is going to tell us why she envies Chloe, the heroine of the … Continue reading

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What I Envy About My Fictional Heroines by Kirsty Ferry

Kirsty Ferry is a regular visitor to my blog – this week she is celebrating the publication of Christmas of New Beginnings, the first in a new series for Ruby Fiction, by talking about what she envies about her fictional … Continue reading

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My Real Life Heroine by Anni Rose

A really special post this week as I’m joined by fellow Choc Lit author Anni Rose to talk about her real life heroine. Over to Anni … Thank you for inviting me on to your blog today Morton. A real-life hero … Continue reading

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Jenni Keer – Tweaking Genres

This week my guest is fellow author Jenni Keer. She’s talking about her gradual move from contemporary to historical writing as she has just released a new novel with Headline Accent – The Secrets of Hawthorn Place. Over to Jenni … … Continue reading

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My Garden Inspiration by Evonne Wareham

I’m joined by fellow Choc Lit author Evonne Wareham as she talks about the inspiration for the garden in her latest novel A Villa in Portofino. Over to Evonne … Many thanks to Morton for inviting me on to her … Continue reading

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Not Holding Back: Heroine Envy by Lisa Hill

A thought provoking post this week, as Lisa Hill tells us what she envies about her heroines. Lisa released Riders and Rosie which is published by Manatee Books in August 2021. Over to Lisa … It’s been over a decade … Continue reading

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My Real Life Hero by M W Arnold

This week I’m pleased to feature Mick Arnold who writes popular World War Two novels featuring the Air Transport Auxiliary Mystery Club as M W Arnold. I’ve known Mick for many years now and often seem to be photographed with … Continue reading

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