The Northern Throne is out this Friday, August the 14th, and you can pre-order it worldwide HERE. But, if you fancy winning a signed copy, check out Grimdark Magazine's Facebook post and join in - all you have to do is post a pic of your favourite druid/wizard/magician and let us know why you chose... Continue Reading →
Want a free, signed PROOF copy of Song of the Centurion?
GIVEAWAY TIME! I had 4 proof copies of Song of the Centurion made up, 2 of which will be kept for my kids. But who wants this one for FREE? I'll sign, line and date it of course. To win, just leave a comment at the bottom of this page telling me what song/band you... Continue Reading →
THE DRUID publication day!
At last, THE DRUID is available! Finally, after a year of this novel being in limbo, today sees The Druid published on Kindle and paperback. Free on Kindle Unlimited too. I hope you all give it a look and leave a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads when you finish it, reviews really do help sales,... Continue Reading →
The Druid pre-order available NOW!
That's right, you can now pre-order the Kindle edition of my new novel, The Druid, book one in the Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles. LINKS: UK - The Druid UK USA - The Druid USA Worldwide - getbook.at/TheDruid The book will be published on November 1st. Please share this with all your social media friends by using the buttons at... Continue Reading →
US Amazon giveaway
USA readers - #AmazonGiveaway for a paperback copy of Wolf's Head (The Forest Lord 1). No Purchase Necessary: https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/d6841b2d984eed4d/?ref_=tsm_4_tw_h_o_li_r And a worldwide giveaway on Goodreads for a signed copy of Knight of the Cross! https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/231080-knight-of-the-cross Don't forget, Wolf's Head is still FREE on Kindle to US Amazon Prime members, and the entire series of... Continue Reading →
“The Rescue” – a new FREE short story!
“Your brother ain’t here lass,” the man spat, stepping towards her. “And this time you are going for a swim.” There was a snap and a shocking blur of motion as an arrow tore from the thick summer foliage behind the girl and embedded itself in the approaching man’s thigh. The missile buried itself in... Continue Reading →