Dangerous Gentlemen with Beverley Oakley

Thank you so much for inviting me here today, Ivy.

I must admit, I’ve been distracted by our fires north of Melbourne which surrounded our town on two sides and caused mass evacuations. Only a few properties were lost but the earth is charcoal around us for as far as the eye can see.

So it’s been […]

Beverley Oakley, SAVING GRACE and The Cavalier giveaway

Release Day for a sweet, erotic tale of revenge and redemption

By Beverley Oakley

Hi Ivy, it’s great to be back. I love Manic ReadersJ I always get such a warm and wonderful welcome here.

Well, I don’t know what to be more excited about: winning UK publisher Choc-Lit’s Search for an Australian Star competition and having three books due out […]

Romantic Times 2013 get ready for Beverley Oakley with giveaway

Romantic Times 2013 – Here I Come!

When I was growing up we used to play what we called “The Epitaph Game”. As the name suggests, we had to come up with a one-liner we hoped would sum up our lives.

Jokingly, the family – dad, my two sisters and I –  all agreed our mother’s should […]

Beverley Oakley asks readers, what makes a hero sexy, with giveaway

Hi Ivy and everyone at Manic Readers,

It’s great to be back though I feel I’m always racing to keep up with this crazy double life I’m leading. I had no idea that writing under a pseudonym in addition to my original writing name would actually mean that I almost doubled my workload in so many […]

In Praise of (supportive) Husbands by Beverley Oakley aka Beverley Eikli with giveaway

My darling husband often tells me I have a devious mind. He means it in the nicest possible way. As one of of my greatest fans (I’m afraid mine are the only historical romances he reads) he’s the kind of man who’ll interpret that far-away look in my eye as I’m doing the washing up […]

What Competitions Can Teach You By Beverley Oakley

When I was eight months pregnant with my eldest daughter (now ten), I received the results for my first entry in a Romance Writers of Australia competition.

It’s a day I’ll never forget. On the pavement by our inner city Perth townhouse next to the mailbox, I wept tears of mortification on the shoulder of my sympathetic, long-suffering […]