Grimdark Magazine’s stunning review of The Druid

GRIMDARK, the renowned fantasy magazine, recently took a look at my novel The Druid and seem to have rather enjoyed it, judging by their review. Although The Druid is historical fiction, I, and obviously the reviewer, think it can be enjoyed just as much by fans of fantasy along the lines of Game of Thrones.... Continue Reading →

The Druid just 99c in the USA now too! Be quick though.

Yep, for a VERY short time, The Druid is only 99c in the USA (usual price $3.99) so if you haven't read it yet, check it out. It's currently doing really well in the UK so it would be nice to draw in some more readers in America too. Get your copy HERE:   https://www.amazon.com/Druid-Warrior-Britain-Chronicles-Book-ebook/dp/B07JGMX4ZB/ Don't forget,... Continue Reading →

The Druid audiobook out now!

The Druid is now available as an audiobook, on Audible and @iTunes! Get it FREE with your first month's trial here: USA - http://ow.ly/2dfe50uKqkS UK - http://ow.ly/PaAd50uKqpd Ebook is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and to UK Prime Reading members also. Northern Britain, AD430 A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted. In the aftermath... Continue Reading →

The Druid is now free to read with Prime AND Kindle Unlimited

That's right, The Druid has been free to read on Kindle Unlimited worldwide since it came out on Samhain 2018, but now Amazon Prime members in the UK can also get it for free! Click the pic below to get your copy:   Also, the paperback edition of The Forest Lord Collection is now available to buy.... Continue Reading →

Author? Launching a new novel? Here’s some tips that might help you hit number 1!

This article came to be when I was asked by the Historical Novel Society to write something outlining how I went about launching my latest novel, The Druid. Some of the tips will not be relevant to you, and that's fine - these are just things that I tried with this particular book and it seemed... Continue Reading →

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