Have you read the Kindred Spirits series? Well, if not, here’s your chance to pick up all five ebooks for a total of just 99p, for a limited time only! And don’t forget, if you miss this opportunity, the whole series is always free on Kindle Unlimited. For the rest of this weekend only, follow … More Free (and reduced) Spirits!
There’s a treat in store for you over on Amazon today! For a limited time, pick up the whole Kindred Spirits series as ebooks for a grand total of just 99p… Head over here, now, to pick up your copies… Across the five books you can meet kings, queens, courtiers, and commoners alike, with old … More Kindred Spirits: Special offer weekend!
Have you read the Kindred Spirits series? Well, if not, here’s your chance to pick up all five ebooks for absolutely nothing, for a limited time only! With plans afoot for new ghostly adventures, this is the perfect time to read the story so far… For this weekend only, follow the links below (UK and … More Free Spirits!
Happy Halloween everyone! It’s certainly not the Halloween any of us envisaged at the start of the year, or even at the start of Lockdown, I suspect, but one thing is still exactly the same as usual – it’s the perfect time of year for reading ghost stories… Well, you’re in luck – it’s the … More A Spook-tacular Offer!
Yes, five years since the publication of Kindred Spirits: Tower of London! I can hardly believe it… On a freezing, blizzardy February morning in 2013, I battled rush-hour Tubes and headed to the Tower of London. Despite the cold, I was determined to be inspired, and I have vivid memories of huddling into my fleece … More Five years of the Kindred Spirits series
It’s time for another Historical Writers’ Forum Blog Hop! Did you catch my post on Richard III, back in July? This time, we’re talking about our favourite historical characters, and why we’re drawn to them. As you can see, on the 11th, Lynn Bryant told us about Sir Edward Codrington, and next up, on the … More Historical Writers’ Forum Blog Hop – Mary Queen of Scots
Five years ago yesterday, I was pottering around Marks & Spencers, waiting for my mum to arrive for a spot of shopping and lunch in Newcastle, when my phone buzzed in my bag. Thinking it was her, I pulled it straight out, only to find instead, an email from Crooked Cat, with the first draft … More Cover art nostalgia (albeit a day late)
Happy Yorkshire Day, everyone! To celebrate, the fourth in my Kindred Spirits series, Kindred Spirits: York, is free to download, for today only… After visiting London and Edinburgh, I was really excited to write Kindred Spirits: York, and come a little closer to home, to a city I’d been visiting ever since I was a … More A gift for you, this Yorkshire Day!
Have you been following the Historical Writers’ Forum’s Blog Hop? Make sure you head over to the Hop’s Facebook Page, and keep up with the posts. June had plenty going on, and here’s the schedule for the rest of July: Today though, it’s my turn, and we’re talking Richard III (I know, please try to … More The Coronation of Richard III
From 8-14th June, Kindred Spirits: Ephemera was out on tour, organised by the fabulous Mary Anne Yarde and the Coffee Pot Book Club. It was great fun, preparing guest posts for the wonderful book-bloggers, and hearing what they think about the stories. Happily, the responses were good! And so I’m thrilled to share with you … More Kindred Spirits: Ephemera – Tour round-up!