I was really happy to get an email from Amazon this week informing me that I'd be receiving an All-Stars bonus again this month - second month in a row! As they say, "The KDP Select All Stars bonus is a discretionary monthly bonus to recognize KDP Select books that delight readers." So I assume... Continue Reading →
My Forest Lord novels came out a few years ago now, beginning with Wolf's Head way back in 2013. I always liked the covers, particularly the exciting imagery of Rise of the Wolf, and the fact that the first three books had Robin in the art, but he was gone for Blood of the Wolf.... Continue Reading →
Coming fast on the heels of Wrath of the Picts (which is doing GREAT and has dozens of ratings on Amazon so far) I'm really happy to announce my NEXT book. It's a novelette starring Little John and Will Scaflock, set in winter (as is traditional now!) and it's called The Pedlar's Promise. You can... Continue Reading →
“Simply untouchable greatness, you won’t find a better storyteller than Steven A. McKay.” Wow, check out this stunning review for Wrath of the Picts!
Today I’m reviewing Wrath of Picts by Steven A. McKay, Book 5 in the Warrior Druid of Britain series.
Here’s the blurb.
Princess Catia has gone missing and once again it falls to the legendary druid, Bellicus, to find her. Was the child taken by force, or did she go willingly with the Pictish warrior-woman, Aife?
Their trail leads far north to the windswept fortress of Dunnottar, so the druid must journey there with his companions, Duro, Eburus, and the fearsome wardog, Cai. Leaving Dun Breatann in the hands of Queen Narina and her enigmatic new husband, Ysfael, the friends ride out, but things are never as straightforward as they seem…
Violence and death follow Bellicus as he seeks to discover the fate of the princess. In doing so, he also finds himself on the trail of the swordsman, Lancelot, who disappeared months before when his warband was slaughtered by…
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You can now pre-order my new Warrior Druid of Britain novel, Wrath of the Picts on Kindle. It'll be published on September 3rd and continues the adventures of Bellicus and Duro so check it out at the link here - https://mybook.to/WrathOfThePicts I'm hoping the paperback edition will b available on the 3rd too, and I... Continue Reading →
Some of the action in my new Warrior Druid of Britain novel, Wrath of the Picts, takes place in and around Barr Hill Roman Fort, which is located along the Antonine Wall (check out my older posts about other sites along the Wall, at Castlehill and Duntocher). This place made an appearance in The Northern... Continue Reading →