Notes from the Tower

The Tower of London. So much history crammed into a relatively small patch of London. Now dwarfed by the surrounding tower blocks, it can be difficult to imagine just what impression the White Tower would have had when construction started, back in 1078. Also funny to think now, with the Tower being almost a symbol … More Notes from the Tower

Murder by the Barrel

Welcome to another week on the blog, gang! Today, I’m joined by Lesley Cookman as part of her Murder by the Barrel tour, and here, she tells us the highs and lows of writing a series, something  I was really interested to find out about… Series: Libby Sarjeant series number 18 (can be read as … More Murder by the Barrel

The White Queen

It’s a three-post day on the blog today! Just like buses… Depending on where you are when you read this, and indeed when you read it, the Drama channel in the UK is reshowing The White Queen this afternoon, following the first books in her Cousins’ War series. From 4pm, around about now, there’s going … More The White Queen