Publication day is here!

The day I have been waiting for with great excitement (and nerves!) has finally arrived. Drum roll please, today is publication day of my debut romantic comedy “Who Does He Think He Is?


So what have been the highlights of my day so far? First of all, I’ve had so many lovely messages from people wishing me a happy day, which has been wonderful.

And speaking of lovely things, I switched on my laptop to read two really positive reviews of my book by The Writing Garnet and Claire Huston.

It’s a little daunting imagining my book out in the big wide world, so it was really encouraging that it’s already garnered some great reviews.

“‘Who Does He Think He Is?’ is a laugh out loud, warming tale that highlights the importance of the word ‘believe’. Emily has written such a timid main character who, thanks to path she has to walk down, learns to believe in what has been under her nose the whole time. It’s hard to believe that this is a debut novel so hats off to Emily Kerr and her book full of giggles.” The Writing Garnet

“A feel-good story guaranteed to delight romance fans.” Claire Huston

Rather appropriately for book launch day, a copy of The Author magazine arrived. I definitely get a thrill being able to call myself an author!



My parents took me out for a lovely lunch and I’ve got the Romantic Novelists’ Association Yorkshire Christmas dinner to look forward to this evening. Yay for publication day!

And if you fancy buying “Who Does He Think He Is?” just click on the picture of the book below:

image2-1Lady Aurelia Osbourne-Lloyd has long wished her bank balance was as big as her name. But her home, Leydale Park, is more of a pile in a state than stately pile, and with her father off ‘finding himself’ in Thailand, it’s up to her to turn the family fortunes around by entertaining demanding tourists.

When – thanks to her father’s interference – a Hollywood production company chooses the estate as a location for a Regency movie, a whole new level of chaos enters Aurelia’s life. Her quiet days shattered and privacy non-existent, she has no choice but to go with the flow and let them take over.

Never mind the added distraction of dishy leading man, Xander Lord, who may have an ulterior motive for wanting to get close to her…

Can Aurelia keep her cool in light of all the upheaval?


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