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Available for pre-order: ‘Clamour and Mischief’, an anthology…

My new short story ‘Watchers’ is now available for pre-order as part of the upcoming anthology Clamour and Mischief from Clan Destine Press. I was delighted when editor and fellow author Narrelle Harris invited me to submit a short story … Continue reading

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“My Richard III – part 2”

Five years ago, before publication of The Order of the White Boar, in response to a post on Facebook from Jennifer C. Wilson, I wrote: “Well, this will take some thought – who would play Richard in ‘The Order of … Continue reading

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Two upcoming events! Bosworth & Middleham

So much to look forward to as summer wends its way onwards – and we in the UK watch the heavens for impending (and much needed) rain. Seven years ago, on my first visit to the Bosworth Battle re-enactment weekend … Continue reading

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Announcing: my short story ‘Watchers’ to be published in ‘Clamour & Mischief’ anthology

I’m delighted to announce the inclusion of my short story ‘Watchers’ in the forthcoming anthology Clamour and Mischief, edited by Narrelle M. Harris (contributor to Richard III-inspired anthology Grant ME the Carving of My Name) and to be published by … Continue reading

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Launch day for ‘Sons of York’!

I’m delighted to announce that Sons of York is now available as both ebook & paperback! Available at: mybook.to/SonsofYork Continuing the story of the life & legacy of the real King Richard III in Book 4 of the Order of … Continue reading

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1 day to go …

“I opened my eyes to a golden, sun-filled but otherwise empty chamber, save for the bustling tavern keeper, now rearranging the chairs about me. ‘Morning, master,’ he said on seeing me stretching. ‘I trust you’ve slept well? Your friends retired … Continue reading

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2 days to go …

“‘There is the castle of Middleham, Edward. It is no more than a league now to Jervaulx. We shall not pause here.’ I had expected my spirits to rise as we approached the place that held so many happy memories … Continue reading

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A very special guest at the Middleham Richard III Festival!

I’m just going to interrupt my countdown to publication of Sons of York to announce that young Alex Goodwin will indeed be joining myself and five other authors (not to mention hundreds of other Ricardians!) at this year’s Middleham Celebrates … Continue reading

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3 days to go …

“‘Well, here goes.’ Roger’s cheerfulness rang false to my ears, but I smiled at him in return. I clicked my tongue at my horse to encourage it – and me – and together we stepped off the last of the … Continue reading

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4 days to go …

“Dominating everything was the towering castle, its patchwork stone walls stained pink in the early morning sunlight. The glassless windows of its massive keep yawned black as they kept watch over our disembarking army. Beyond the parapet far above, I … Continue reading

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