A tale of loneliness, discovery, love and loyalty.
There is a small round kiosk at the end of a rough track. It marks the entrance to the most remote part of Chilean Patagonia...
A bittersweet dip into relationships
"It’s gossipy, engaging and well-structured for maximum entertainment.”
Adèle Geras, Author
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On the road with 'The bench by Cromer beach'
Oh dear - marriage!
“This tale of self-doubt, adultery and forgiveness is shot through with humour and compassion. A most enjoyable read.”
David Lister, The Independent
Oh dear - families!
“A brilliant and original plot idea. It’s creative, fresh and oh-so-exciting.”
My writing featured on the Chocolate Pages blog
Jack & Jill went Downhill
Published by Lume Books. A tale of love tested to the limit.
Feature on Jenny Kane's blog
The first 500 words of 'Mid-life follies' and a bit about my writing
Ready, Steady, Go!
Six authors explain how they move from an idea to writing the novel.
Interview with a baffled Hugh
Why has his wife walked out on him?
Feature in Jo Lambert's Tuesday Talk
"Writing in the Romance genre is unusual for a male. My readers are predominantly female and the feedback I receive suggests that the male take on relationships offers an interesting insight."
'The Man in RoMANce' article in Writ
Dominated by women, as both readers and writers, romance still needs strong male characters. So how do you write male characters for romance novels? Author R J Gould explains.
A Street Cafe Named Desire
Published by Headline Accent. Objective 1: A relationship with Bridget. Objective 2: Opening an arts cafe.
Romantic Novelists' Association blog
A feature on the blog when nominated for the RNA Joan Hessayon Award 2016 for my first published book, A Street Cafe Named Desire
“R J Gould brings his characters to life as he introduces a group of seemingly normal people with seemingly normal lives, yet it soon becomes clear that they are anything but...”