To SIR MORRICANT THISTLE, in Anais: good sire you know mee not and i prey you not to be angered that i write unto you. i am paulatus of vascony a servant of god oure redeemer and of her grace the duches of montfaldry. i write to you to saye that there has been here […]Read More A snippet from The Duke Is Dead, coming this summer from me and Irene Headley:
Big news! The Duke Is Dead, the first book in a projected series of four (with added novellas, etc) which I have been co-writing with Irene Headley, is coming out in August 2019! The Duke Is Dead is a fantasy adventure loosely inspired by the events of the Wars of the Roses, featuring romance, court […]Read More 2019 – The Year Of Finishing Books
After changing computers last year I managed to lock myself out of my WordPress account, but now I have got it back! Normal service will resume whenever we can figure out what normality is. 🙂Read More I aten’t dead!
For some time now, those of you who follow my Twitter may have heard rumblings of a Secret Project. (Also, those of you who remember that I took so long to write Heavy Ice that Firebrand came out in the meantime will not be surprised to hear that the Secret Project is now closer to […]Read More Kingsblood – An Awfully Big Announcement
The first draft of Anna Chronistic And The Scarab Of Destiny is nearing its climax, and I’m tentatively hoping for a 2017 release. Here is a snippet of today’s writing (may be NSFW, depending on your workplace: mention of vintage erotica)Read More Anna Chronistic – The End Approaches
As so often in my books, two characters are discussing religion. “I’m KinHarzin. When the Emperor was Binitarian, I was Binitarian. Now that the Emperor is Dispensationalist, I am Dispensationalist.” “And what would you be if the Emperor disbanded the KinHarzin?” “Dangerous.” In other news, Lulu has moved on since I last published a book […]Read More Today’s snippet
I am excited to announce that I am going to be spending tomorrow reading Kathleen Jowitt‘s debut novel, Speak Its Name. I love Kathleen’s writing and am excited that this book is seeing the light of day at last. A new year at the University of Stancester, and Lydia Hawkins is trying to balance the […]Read More Set your calendar for TOMORROW – Speak Its Name by Kathleen Jowitt