Song of the Centurion audiobook finished, Wolfskopf paperback available!

Audible fans, save a credit as Song of the Centurion, sequel to The Druid, has finished recording! Nick Denton narrated again and we signed it off yesterday, so now it just has to pass through Audible's quality control tests before it appears on sale. Usually that takes a couple of weeks or so, which means it should, hopefully,... Continue Reading →

Faces of Darkness cover reveal!

Another new book from me! Following Song of the Centurion in September, and Lucia in October, I expect my new Forest Lord novella Faces of Darkness (starring Little John and Friar Tuck) to be available in late December. Below is the cover art, along with a blurb that will probably change. The book runs to about 30,000 words, making this the longest novella... Continue Reading →

The Forest Lord series – complete reading order

Rather embarrassingly, I recently said my new short story "The Escape" should be read after Rise of the Wolf, when it should actually come after The Wolf and the Raven. DOH. You'd think I'd know my own stories by now, but, in my defence, they've been written over the past four years at different times... Continue Reading →

Blood of the Wolf – the end of a long journey

My fourth and final book in the Forest Lord series, Blood of the Wolf, will be published in just a few short hours. It will be flowing down your telephone cables, bouncing off orbiting satellites and being delivered by postmen worldwide! This isn't just the end of the series - this is the end of a... 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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