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I'm chatting today with Wayne Grant, author of "The Saga of Roland Inness" series. Wayne's books have been selling by the (virtual) truckload and I'm sure most of my readers will have noticed the likes of Longbow showing up in Amazon's list of books you might like after you've read one of mine. So, I asked... Continue Reading →
Here's a short interview I did recently with the Indian Book Reviews website. They've enjoyed all my books and really supported me since the beginning so please take a look! You even get to see what the title of the first book in my next series might be...(actually it's changed since I did this Q&A... Continue Reading →
Some interesting questions from blogger (and author) Annie Whitehead here, check it out at the link below: http://anniewhitehead2.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/robin-hood-friar-tuck-and-heavy-metal.html?spref=fb
Today I'm talking to the guys that have created all of my fantastic covers. If you're an indie author and need a striking image that will attract readers then you should really check this out and get in touch with More Visual Ltd once you've read the interview! First of all, you're a two-man team, is... Continue Reading →
All good superhero stories, have a sequel–something else happens after he first foe is vanquished. How does your sequel begin (after the publication of you first/most recent book….) In my last book, The Wolf and the Raven, Sir Guy of Gisbourne was vanquished, with a terrible scar and an eye missing for his troubles. In the new novel, Rise of the Wolf, Gisbourne is back and, as you’d expect, rather annoyed…In terms of beginnings, this is the first time I’ve used a prologue. I never really understood why they were needed but, looking at the structure of the book, I thought this would be a better way to kick things off than the first chapter. I hope my readers agree!