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    Hereward – New Sale

    by  • February 5, 2018 • News • 0 Comments

    Hereward, the first book in the series, is currently on sale on Amazon for Kindle – a mere 99p.  If you ever thought of sampling my work or delving into the life of England’s Greatest Hero (TM), now’s the time. Here’s the link.

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    Pendragon – Published Today

    by  • July 13, 2017 • News • 0 Comments

    ‘Before King Arthur. Before Camelot. Before Excalibur. Every Legend Has A Beginning.’ Out today! The last days of Roman Britain. The seeds that will grow into the legend of King Arthur one hundred years later. An epic tale reaching from Hadrian’s Wall and Stonehenge to Gaul and Rome at the heart of the empire....

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    by  • July 8, 2017 • News, Reviews • 0 Comments

    Great review of Pendragon in The Times today: Pendragon has all the hallmarks of a traditional historical adventure story – there are battles, swords, and he bantering of violent men, all done with style. However, there is also intellectual heft to the story, with its themes of myth-making and the nature of power. You...

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    Why We Need Camelot

    by  • July 6, 2017 • News • 0 Comments

    Arthurian lore is stitched deeply into my new book, Pendragon, published in just a few short days.  This is a story-telling tradition that may well go back one thousand five hundred years.  Perhaps even longer, if – as some think – Arthur was not a real, historical figure but based on a mythic hero...

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    Pendragon Proofs Now In

    by  • May 18, 2017 • Covers, News • 0 Comments

    The road to publication follows familiar landmarks – finishing the first draft, the various edits, through the delivery of the first box of books to publication day and the subsequent round of publicity and signings.  One of the key moments is the arrival of the uncorrected proofs – softbound copies of the novel, usually...

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    Pendragon – The Final Cover

    by  • April 21, 2017 • Covers, News • 0 Comments

    Here it is, with added strapline. Every legend has a beginning. The last days of Roman Britain. The seeds that will grow into the legend of King Arthur one hundred years later. Myth arising from history. A canvas that reaches from Hadrian’s Wall and Stonehenge to Gaul and Rome at the heart of the empire....

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