Writing Myths is out now!

The day has finally arrived – Writing Myths is out now!

If you’ve ever wanted to know what a writing career is really like, then this book is for you.

It answers some common questions on:

  • Writing craft
  • Book publishing
  • Book marketing
  • Writing confidence

The response from the beta readers was amazing so I’m really excited that you can now grab your very own copy!

It’s out in ebook and print.

This is the first time I’ve made a nonfiction print book available at the same time as the ebook. When I published Productivity for Writers, it was over six months before I did the print copy.

This time around, I decided to do things differently because Productivity sells quite a lot of print copies. I figured the same might be true for Myths, and so far it seems to be.

You can grab your copies from here:

Happy reading!

Behind the Spotlight arrives 30 May!

I am suuuuper excited to share my next book with you!

Behind the Spotlight has been three years in the making.

Behind the Spotlight by Kristina Adams

I like to call it my Frankenbook (which I know is technically wrong, but it sounds cooler than Dr Frankenstein’s Book).

I first drafted it in 2016, after What Happens in New York was published. It didn’t take long to write—at the time it was only 20,000 words or so.

But it had a massive, gaping plot hole (which I can’t tell you more about without giving you spoilers, so you’ll have to trust me on this one).

Since there was this massive, gaping plot hole, I couldn’t do anything with it. I also had no idea how to fix it.

So, as much as I loved Cameron and Luke, I put the book to the side for a while.

I’d return to it in between each Hollie and Fayth book, but I never made much progress.

I started to get somewhere when I talked to my (very talented) friend Sarah about it. We came up with a solution for the massive, gaping plot hole.

Then I bloody well forgot it.

But in the end, the final plot hole became a combination of what Sarah and I came up with, and, annoyingly, the original ending.

It all worked out though—I now love the ending. I also love that no one that has beta read it figured out the twist, which makes me insanely happy considering that that is tied to the massive, gaping plot hole that drove me mad for three years.

But that’s enough about me and plot holes.

Here’s what you really want to know:

You can preorder your copy on everywhere but Amazon by going to its Books2Read link.

For reasons that are too complicated to explain, it’ll be live on Amazon nearer the time (probably early next week).

And of course, here’s the blurb to whet your appetite:

One’s famous. One hates fame. Second chances don’t get more complicated than this.


Cameron has a secret. It’s not a life-changing secret, just a secret. 


Or at least, he didn’t think it was.


His first love – his first everything, really – was Luke Andrews, one quarter of the world’s biggest boy band, HATT. Cameron hasn’t spoken to anyone about Luke since he left. He buried his feelings for him in a deep, dark cave when Luke broke up with him to pursue his lifelong dream.


But when Cameron and Luke see each other again for the first time in five years, they can’t deny that the spark is still there. Will they rekindle their romance, or will Luke’s stardom get in the way?

Ready to preorder your copy? Sweet! This is the link for you.

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I can’t believe there’s only one week to go until you get to meet Cameron and Luke! Eep!

What Happens in Barcelona is out now!

Yep, the day has come—you can finally get your hands on What Happens in Barcelona!

Shit goes down in this book, so don’t say I didn’t warn you!

Here’s the blurb, to give you a taste:

A tragic death. Trial by social media. The beginning of the end?

When someone the gang loves to hate dies unexpectedly, everyone is left feeling volatile. Not only that, but it puts everything they’ve worked towards – both individually and together – in jeopardy.

Can their careers handle the backlash? And, more importantly, will their relationships survive?

There’s only one way to find out what happens next…

Want to find out? Grab your copy on Amazon now.

If you purchase your copy before 31 March 2019, you’ll also be able to download it for the bargain price of 99p (or 99c).

Aaaaand if you get it before then, you’llalso find details of how to enter an exclusive giveaway to win the rest of the series!

The only way to find out more is to download your copy on Amazon now.

Go go go!

Not an Amazon fan?

It’s coming soon to other platforms like Apple Books and Kobo as well.

In the meantime, you can grab What Happens in New York over on there, and pre-order your copies of the rest of the series too!

Happy reading! 📖

Return to New York is out now!

It’s been 364 days since I published my last book.

It’s been 507 days since I published Hollie and Fayth’s last adventure.

There were a lot of cliffhangers and unanswered questions in What Happens in London. (Sorry about that.)

But now, you can finally start to get some answers.

Are you ready to find out what happens next?

You finally can!

Return to New York is out RIGHT NOW!

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Return to New York is out 28 September!

It’s been a long time coming, I know.

There are several reasons for that.

The first one is that at the end of last year, after Productivity for Writers was published, I decided to focus on The Writer’s Cookbook and developing my marketing skills.

I did take a break to take part in NaNoWriMo, but I honestly hated doing that so much that I almost never returned to writing fiction again.

No really. I genuinely hated it that much.

So I ended up needing a break from fiction.

My birthday present to myself (back in March) was meant to be returning to fiction for a week, but then when I tried…it was like putting on clothes that looked like they were in my size but just didn’t fit right.

I really, really struggled to get back into writing fiction after taking a nine-month break.

Then, to make matters worse, we had some really cold weather. My fibromyalgia is exacerbated by cold weather, meaning that the snow and ice and freezing temperatures ruined me for several weeks.

THEN, my nan fell ill. Really, REALLY ill. We thought that that was it—she was on her way out. But fighter that she is, she kept going.

Needless to say, writing fiction and poetry wasn’t a huge priority for me for a while. I still did it, but I did it slowly. I focused on my mental and physical health first and foremost.

Writing fiction and poetry is part of how I look after my mental health, but the pressures of publishing can sometimes distract from that.

So, instead of rushing to publish Return to New York, I decided I’d get a version of that I was happy with, send it to beta readers, then move on to writing What Happens in Barcelona.

Originally there was going to be an overlap in the timelines, so it would’ve helped with that.

Instead, the overlap that was going to be in What Happens in Barcelona you can now read on this very site under the name What Happens in Texas. (The next part will be coming on Friday!)

Doing it this way meant that I had more time to focus on writing and the pressure was all off. Writing was fun again!

When we put too much pressure on ourselves, the stuff we love can very quickly turn into stuff that we hate—we can end up losing the very thing we loved about it in the first place.

I knew that with a long enough break—and the right project—my love for writing would return. And it has.

Now that Return to New York is finished, I’m going to focus on editing What Happens in Barcelona. When that’s ready to go back in the drawer, I’ll work on what comes next. While I’m not ready to share what happens beyond Barcelona just yet, when I have decided on the order, you’ll be the first to know.

In the meantime, you’ll be pleased to know that you won’t have to wait as long between Return to New York and What Happens in Barcelona as you did between What Happens in London and Return to New York!

If all goes to plan, What Happens in Barcelona will be out early next year 😉

Now, I’d better get back to editing if I want to maintain that timeline!

Oh, and don’t forget to preorder your copy of Return to New York! 😉

Introducing the Productivity for Writers Paperback

Ever since Productivity for Writers was published, I’ve toyed with whether or not to create a print version.

Initially I chose not to because doing so is time-consuming and reaps little rewards.

However, after I downloaded Scrivener 3, I felt Productivity for Writers would be the perfect opportunity for me to practise with its new formatting options.

And it was.

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