...and a giveaway too. Check out my blog post on the English Historical Fiction Authors blog and leave a comment at the bottom to be in with a chance of winning a signed copy (worldwide)! SEE IT HERE
This is the first draft, although it will probably end up just like this as I think it's perfect! Like it? As you can see from the artwork, the novella is going to be part of the Kindle Singles programme! I'm really excited about the whole project - it's been great fun to write and... Continue Reading →
I've never told any of you about this before but...a few months ago I was contacted by one of the biggest film production companies in the world, asking about the rights for The Wolf and the Raven. I don't think I've ever been so excited in my life. You can probably imagine the £££ signs... Continue Reading →
Check out this page one of my readers set up, it's pretty cool and really fun to wonder who might play each character! Sean Bean as Sir Richard-at-Lee? Ray Stevenson (Rome, The Punisher) as Little John? Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones, Riper Street) as Stephen (I really, really like that one, the guy is perfect... Continue Reading →
A Day of Fire review by Steven A. McKay It's nice being a writer. Sometimes other writers ask you to read their book before it's even been published which is a real privilege, especially when it's Ben Kane doing the asking. I've been a fan of Ben's Roman novels for years now – I was... Continue Reading →
Very short and sweet trailer for the forthcoming novella, Knight of the Cross, starring the Hospitaller from the Forest Lord books, Sir Richard-at-Lee. It runs to around 21,000 words although my editor has still to go over it so the word count will probably rise slightly.Hopefully it's good value for money and a nice little change from the... Continue Reading →
Here's the article from yesterday's Daily Telegraph. My first appearance in a national, UK-wide newspaper!
Here's a couple of photos from the London Book Fair, showing one of the panels I did with bestselling crime writer Mel Sherratt, and head of KDP UK, Darren Hardy. Still hasn't really sunk in that I was part of it all! LBF