One of my favourite series of books when I was growing up was the Dragonlance trilogy. More than 20 years later, I still remember how the characters all loved a particular dish: Otik's spiced potatoes! Otik was an inn-keeper and his spiced potatoes were legendary. So much so, I decided to find out what they... Continue Reading →
Two big things to report! First of all, I'm listening to the final part of the Knight of the Cross audiobook that Nick Ellsworth has just sent to me. Once we sign it off it'll be available for you all to download. It should be really cheap, since it's only about 2.5 hours long. Good way... Continue Reading →
Cracking new review of Wolf's Head! Click the link below! Wolf's Head.
Free to enter Goodreads giveaway, open worldwide! Go on, have a go. The novella came out yesterday and, thanks to both beta-readers and first day buyers who managed to get through it super-fast, it has 10 great reviews on Amazon UK so far! https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/107635-knight-of-the-cross
The new novella, Knight of the Cross, is now available to buy, either as a paperback or for your Kindle device/app. The paperback comes with a free Kindle version as well (as do my other books). UK link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Knight-Cross-Hospitaller-Novella-ebook/dp/B00NF5JN5A USAA link: http://www.amazon.com/Knight-Cross-Hospitaller-Novella-ebook/dp/B00NF5JN5A And here's a little snippet! “What exactly are you saying is causing these disappearances?”... Continue Reading →
Wow, 5 stars, I never expected that, so pleased!
Another first for me as I have never reviewed a short story and found it a bit more difficult to do than for a full length novel. This story is a bit of a departure from the author’s two excellent novels about Robin Hood as the subject is The Knights Hospitaller and has an element of fantasy as well though it does feature Sir Richard-at-Lee who does appear in Wolf’s Head and The Wolf and the Raven. It takes place on the island of Rhodes and concerns the mysterious disappearance of many people on the island including some of the Hospitaller personnel. It seems that an ancient evil has arisen, the god Dagon and he requires sacrifices of the most heinous kind. Sir Richard is charged with the task of searching out what is causing the disappearances. I found the story to be very entertaining and the action/plot twists to…
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The Indian Book Reviews website has taken a look at The Wolf and the Raven, see what they thought here: http://www.indianbookreviews.com/2014/09/03/leader-of-the-pack/