Wolf’s Head special offer UK and Australia

The Kindle version of book 1 in my Forest Lord series, Wolf's Head, is in Amazon's Monthly Deal for February - just 99p in the UK and $1.49 in Australia! If you haven't started the series yet, now is the ideal time. UK link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wolfs-Head-Forest-Lord-ebook/dp/B00DSCDZFY/ Australia  https://www.amazon.com.au/Wolfs-Head-Forest-Lord-ebook/dp/B00DSCDZFY/ And remember, if you buy the Kindle version... Continue Reading →

Dumbuck Hill – the Sleeping Giant. William Wallace, Thomas the Rhymer, secret tunnels and The Druid.

The Druid, the first book in my new series set in post-Roman Britain, begins in a place now known as Milton, in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Located a couple of miles past the western end of the Antonine Wall, there's been a settlement there for millenia and, overlooking the village, is Dumbuck Hill which, nowadays, is... Continue Reading →

Jane Eyre audiobook review

Jane Eyre Written by: Charlotte Bronte Narrated by: Thandie Newton Length: 19 hrs and 10 mins  Unabridged Audiobook Release Date:17/04/2016 Publisher: Audible Studios Well, this one is a real departure for me. I've never reviewed a book from the "gothic romance" genre before but, after Jane Eyre, well, it might be the first in a long line. I subscribe to Audible's... Continue Reading →

Knight of the Cross countdown deal!

Countdown sale - get Knight of the Cross for just 99/99c today! Devil worshippers, ancient evil, sleep paralysis, and a legendary Hospitaller Knight! --->>> getBook.at/KotC-Kindle Don't forget, if you get the Kindle version, the Audible version will then be available at a discounted rate too! And it's already dirt cheap, so what are you waiting for?!

What does this button do? by Bruce Dickinson – audiobook review

What Does This Button Do? Written by: Bruce Dickinson Narrated by: Bruce Dickinson Length: 11 hrs and 5 mins Unabridged Audiobook Anyone who knows me will know two of my favourite things are audiobooks and heavy metal. Especially Iron Maiden. So I was very happy to find their lead singer, Bruce Dickinson, had written an autobiography and it was... Continue Reading →

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