Some of the action in my new Warrior Druid of Britain novel, Wrath of the Picts, takes place in and around Barr Hill Roman Fort, which is located along the Antonine Wall (check out my older posts about other sites along the Wall, at Castlehill and Duntocher). This place made an appearance in The Northern... Continue Reading →
We released episode 2 of our new podcast last week. In it, Matthew Harffy and I discuss some things you might find interesting, from food in historical novels (and the pitfalls of talking about things that weren't around at the time your book is set!) to weaponry. It's a fun episode, and perhaps even more... Continue Reading →
After 99p/99c offers, and being free with Prime in the UK, The Druid, is now free to readers in the USA who have Prime Reading. I hope you'll check it out if you haven't already, and please tell your friends about it too. Get it HERE, or click the cover art above and enjoy!
After eighteen years as a meter reader (gas and electric) for Accuread, G4S, and Morrison Data Services, I decided it was time to give it up and put all of my efforts into writing. This was an extremely hard decision because, surprising as it might seem, reading meters was an enjoyable job, at least for... Continue Reading →
THE DRUID is now FREE in the USA with Prime Reading https://amazon.com/Druid-Warrior-Britain-Chronicles-Book-ebook/dp/B07JGMX4ZB, and WOLFSKOPF is also free, again with Prime Reading, in Germany https://amazon.de/dp/B07WCHBJ2H/ . If you haven't read these titles, get them now! If you're already read The Druid and its sequels, you'll be glad to know The Bear of Britain (book 4 in... Continue Reading →
I told you the title of the next Warrior Druid of Britain novel just a couple of days ago, and now I can show you the final cover art. I'm really pleased with it, as I always am with my designer's work. Possibly the most important thing about a book cover these days is how... Continue Reading →