10 Questions with… Steven A. McKay

Brand new Q&A – stuff about the new book and the like. Go on, take a look!

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Today i bring to you an interview with the awesome Steven A. McKay author of the brilliant Wolf’s Head which is book one of his Robin Hood series.

The series is currently made up of 3 novels and 2 novellas. If you’ve not had a look at them please click the images below to be directed to my reviews 🙂

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Now on with the questions!!

1) For anyone who follows my blog I’m sure they will be aware of your work but for anyone who’s not read any of your books yet what would you say to them to get them to give them a go?

It’s historical fiction without the “gadzooks” or “prithee” bollocks. I wanted to write stories set in medieval times but with people you and I could relate to. Normal people, rather than high born knights and ladies…

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Amazon’s Kindle Singles Programme

I'm very pleased to see my new novella  Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil displayed prominently on Amazon's "Kindle Singles" page!   It's a great honour to be part of this programme, which Amazon describes as "Compelling ideas expressed at their natural length." They receive thousands of submissions from authors every month according to the Huffington Post... Continue Reading →

Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil out today, Friday 13th November!

That's right, today, Friday the 13th, sees the publication of my new novella Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil, which includes a foreword by Phil Rose who played Tuck in 80's TV show Robin of Sherwood! You can buy it for just 99p UK, $1.49 USA, and it's also available as a paperback and from... Continue Reading →

Steven A McKay: Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil (review)

Nice review from Parmenion Books here!


Author bio from his own web site

My name is Steven A. McKay and I’m a writer from Old Kilpatrick, near Glasgow in Scotland, heavily influenced by the likes of Bernard Cornwell, Douglas Jackson, Simon Scarrow, Ben Kane et al.

My first book, Wolf’s Head, is set in medieval England and is a fast-paced, violent retelling of the Robin Hood legends. I think my take on the theme is quite different to anything that’s been done before. It hit the number 1 spot in the UK “War” chart, reached the overall Kindle top 20 bestsellers list and is available on Kindle and paperback from Amazon here:  http://smarturl.it/2636  . The sequel, The Wolf and the Raven was also a “War” chart number 1 as well as hitting the top spot in the US “Medieval” chart.

The third book Rise of the Wolf is out now and, as I write this, at number…

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Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil by Steven A. McKay

Another new review for Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil, this time from the Hoover Book Reviews blog. 5 stars!

Historical Fiction reviews


Friar Tuck is hiding under an assumed name having run afoul of a powerful member of the church hierarchy and finds himself living in a small village that is being plagued by visits from demons and devils.  The author has given us and Tuck a mystery to solve; one that has the good Friar utilizing all of his skills, both mental and physical to rid the village of the cloven-hoofed, horned devil.  The tale is well told with a steady pace, action aplenty, and a deeper look into the character of Tuck.  Couple that with a fine Christmas feast and you have a 5 star winner.

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Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil audiobook PRE-ORDER up now.

The Kindle and paperback versions have been up for a couple of weeks, and now the audiobook is available to pre-order from Audible. Includes a foreword written AND read by Phil Rose from Robin of Sherwood, you don't want to miss this, it's the perfect thing to listen to in the festive period! UK: http://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Crime-Thrillers/Friar-Tuck-and-the-Christmas-Devil-Audiobook/B017HNZJGC/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1446486708&sr=1-1... Continue Reading →

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