Historical Novel Society article by me A short piece I did for the HNS about Amazon's ACX and making the audiobook version of Wolf's Head.
Guest PostShort guest post by me, about The Forest Lord series. Check out the Fly High! page, there's a competition to win either a signed copy of The Wolf and the Raven or a free download of the Wolf's Head audiobook from Audible!
Very proud to say Wolf's Head managed to break into the overall Kindle Bestsellers Top 20 list last week, as well as going back to the top of the "War" chart. The only thing keeping it from reaching number 1 in the "HIstory" chart was Twelve Years A Slave. Before I published the book another writer told... Continue Reading →
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Once a week I host a writer who uses music as part of their creative environment – perhaps to connect with a character, populate a mysterious place, or hold a moment still to explore its depths. This week my guest is Steven A McKay @SA_McKay
Music has been a big part of my life ever since I was a teenager and I discovered hard rock and heavy metal. Now, more than 20 years later I still have music playing constantly, from the moment I get into the car for work in the morning to when I go to bed at night with my earphones in and Jethro Tull’s Thick As A Brick or A Passion Play turned up loud.
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Check it out, fun new interview! http://www.edinburghbookreview.co.uk/news/interview-steven-mckay
2 years ago today our baby daughter Lianna was stillborn. It's hard to know if today is her birthday or not. Whatever, it was hard to feel sad this morning when I woke up and could hear 7 month old Riley in his cot saying "dada dada daddy" with a big grin on his face.Sometimes... Continue Reading →
Some advice for aspiring authors... I've only published two books so far, but, luckily for me, Wolf's Head and The Wolf and the Raven have both been Amazon “War” chart number 1s and are still selling quite well. It means people often ask me for advice on how I did it. It's very flattering... Continue Reading →