Author Allan Hudson recently did an interview with me, or "4 Questions" as he calls it. You can find it HERE, or click the photo below. Please take a look. I hope you find it interesting! Fancy a FREE ebook? Just click the red button to register and you'll get "The Rescue" - a Forest Lord... Continue Reading →
New Q&A with me on Tony Riches’ blog!
Tell us something unexpected you discovered during your research Well, the very day I sat down to start work on The Abbey of Death I was eating my breakfast before getting the laptop setup and I read about some real-life medieval monks who’d been very naughty boys! Read more here: https://tonyriches.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/special-guest-interview-with-author_9.html
Q&A with me on the Bold Outlaw website
The Bold Outlaw website has been a fantastic resource for Robin Hood fans and researchers for years now, so I'm very pleased to say the guy that runs it, Allen W. Wright, has posted an interview with me there. Take a look and let us know what you think! And don't forget Abbey of Death... Continue Reading →
Interview with Steven A. McKay: Robin Hood and Beyond – Terry Pratchett, AC/DC and Bellicus the warrior-druid
Brand new interview conducted by author Jenny Kane (Jennifer Ash) Tell us about your latest book. What excites you the most about it? This one is about a warrior-druid in post-Roman Britain and I am loving writing it. It was nice having readymade characters like Friar Tuck and Little John who I simply needed to flesh out... Continue Reading →
Ian Graham, author of Monument, Q&A
I'm VERY pleased to be joined today by a really fantastic writer, Ian Graham. I reviewed one of his two new books a couple of days ago HERE, and now I get to ask him some questions about his work. Read on and enjoy! Hi Ian, thanks for joining me for this short interview... Continue Reading →
Robin Hood meets Odysseus!
Here's a fun new Q&A between myself and Odysseus author Glyn Iliffe on the Edinburgh Book Review website, take a look! http://www.edinburghbookreview.co.uk/news/steven-a-mckays-interview-with-glyn-iliffe