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 →

Cover reveal for Abbey of Death – which is your favourite?

Here's the artwork for the final Forest Lord novella... I really love this art! It goes with the Will Scarlet novella, The Abbey of Death, in which he, disillusioned with a life spent as a mercenary and outlaw, becomes a Benedictine monk. Obviously, though, things don't go quite to plan and soon he's called back... Continue Reading →

Ye Olde Christmas Traditions

This post originally appeared on the English Historical Fiction Authors blog in 2015. Enjoy!   Christmas isn't a new invention – it's been around for quite a while, in one form or another, as you're probably aware! Many of our favourite traditions are relatively recent additions though, such as the red-suited, white-bearded Santa with his... Continue Reading →

My small collection of historical and fantasy weaponry

I've been a fan of historical and fantasy fiction since I was a teenager so, when I got my own house as a nineteen-year-old  (twenty years ago) and I found a website called BattleOrders, I realised I could fulfil my fantasies and own all sorts of awesome swords and stuff. And at that time there... Continue Reading →

The Arms and Armour of Robin Hood

by Steven A. McKay (this article originally appeared on the English Historical Fiction Authors website on August 14, 2013) Picture this: You’re a well-to-do medieval clergyman quietly making your way from Doncaster to Pontefract, minding your own business, rubbing your hands in glee at the thought of all the money your brothel in Nottingham is... Continue Reading →

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