During the long weeks of Lockdown, I often walked the footpaths that run through the deer park and woods surrounding Fountains Abbey. The abbey itself was closed to visitors but being a local, I know where the public footpaths are
A little while ago, I was delighted to be asked and agreed to do an interview on Elizabeth N Harris’s website – and today she featured me on her ‘Helping Indie Authors‘ Blog as her author of the week. Elizabeth
This year we, ‘The Scriveners,’ a group of seven authors, celebrate seven years together. We were established in May 2013, in one of the smallest and most charming Cathedral cities in North Yorkshire, as part of a new branch of
Hello there, I’ve not been here for a while, so I thought I’d give you a quick update on what I’ve been up to since I last wrote a post. After I helped with her end-of-Winter tidy-up in the garden,
‘Yorkist Stories’ a fabulous collection of stories has just been published on Amazon and is about the men and women who found themselves either by birth, marriage or fate, on the Yorkist side of the Wars of the Roses. The
‘At what stage in our writing journey do we think of ourselves as bona fide authors?’ This question arose during a recent discussion with writing friends. Leaving aside the obvious answer – a traditional publishing deal – which to my
It’s wonderful to know that ‘Renaissance’ has engaged a reader – also a talented author – who is not a fan of King Richard III. Julia Bell says: “I loved this novel and I’m happy to give Renaissance five stars.
My mum wrote a great story – ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King’ mybook.to/TheRiseofaKing is a really good read – it won awards and got amazing reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. Here’s a swift summary – Betrayed!
My passion is to write about events that happen in life and change everything for those involved as well as those caught up in the maelstrom. I want my characters to sit at your side, steal your attention and sweep