My latest novel, Love Refuses to Die published today. Please check out the video - then check out the book (www.amazon.com). A glamorous and dangerous romantic thriller - exploring exotic locations from London to Spain's Costa Blanca and Marrakesh.
Love Refuses to Die - until the sun grows cold and the stars grow old!
Love Refuses to Die - release date 20th March - first day of Spring - how cool is that? A time of growth and regeneration.
This story follows on from the romantic thriller Love Mother Love Daughter. Meet heartthrob Romero and Julianne - the women who tried to kill him!
Sneak Peek - the proof copy of
'Love Refuses to Die'. Watch this space for official on-sale date.
Friends, please feel free to apply for a review copy. Just send me a request.
Counting down to the publication of my latest novel, 'Love Refuses to Die', a romantic thriller with great dramatic twists and turns and a compelling storyline set in glamorous, exotic locations. Meet Romero and the woman who cannot forget him, Julianne. 'Till the sun grows cold and the stars grow old.'
Happy Monday! Please excuse me if I start the week on a note of outraged indignation! Surfing to reach a news channel - honest I do not spend my time watching daytime television - there on NBC in the Jenna and Savannah Today's Talk show - the two presenters had glasses of wine in front of them on their desks! Before ten o'clock in the morning! What message is that supposed to convey to the mostly female audience of hardworking women, mothers and homemakers in this country? How can it possibly be acceptable to be drinking alcohol at that time of the morning? NBC Today producers, please heed the Drink Responsibly guidelines. Coffee cups are appropriate for a morning show!
The Bachelor (ABC TV). Yes, I admit it, I watched the latest three-hour episode and I will watch Monday's upcoming three hour proposal special. There is something fascinating about observing this muliple-choice on screen speed dating. It's compelling television. The glitz, glamour, beautiful people, great frocks, exotic locations and the drama. However, I have a problem with the whole concept. My moral compass is swinging wildly as I watch the selection process whereby the potential bridegroom 'samples the goods' by sleeping with a string of willing young woman, one night at a time. It feels so calculating, I hear the sound of souls being sold and question whether the chance of brief fame and perhaps fortune on reality television is worth the price. How can we celebrate the values of love, romance and presumably what the girls want, 'a Happy Ever', when the bedroom door has been so publicly left open? Call me old fashioned but do these women not suffer from jealousy, insecurity, regret? When the rather endearing Batchelor Nick offers his proposal, surely his bride-to-be must think, "Will I ever be able to trust him? How important will fidelity be in our marriage?" I can't help wondering if the eager participants are setting themselves up for a lifetime of unhappiness and insecurity. Maybe the contenders who got sent home without a rose are the lucky ones!
Ellen Frazer-Jameson is a journalist, author, actress. theater producer and drama coach. She co hosted the largest live late night radio show in Europe for the BBC and has appeared on national TV shows and taken leading roles on stage. She lives in Miami and London and loves to dance Argentine tango.