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Coming Appearances – Perth, Helsinki, Melbourne

 

Supanova Perth: June 24-25

I’ll be an author guest at the Supanova Pop Culture Expo on Saturday June 24 and Sunday June 25, signing between 10.30 and 5.30 each day . As usual, there’s lots to see and do at Supanova – one of the best places for geeky people-watching and fantastic cosplay. I will have some bookmarks to give away. I’m happy to sign books or just have […]

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June 13th, 2017|

Author Interview: Mark Noce and Between Two Fires

If I asked you what are the most popular settings for historical fiction these days, you might nominate the Tudor period, Regency England, or perhaps London in Victorian times. Then there’s Roman Britain, Viking era Scandinavia, Napoleonic Europe. But you don’t often find a novel set in early medieval Wales, which is odd, since that period and culture are rich in storytelling potential. Welsh mythology, captured in that treasure trove […]

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July 18th, 2016|
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Author Interview: Margaret Skea and A House Divided

I met British writer Margaret Skea at last year’s Historical Novel Society Conference in London, when we both stayed in the student accommodation at Marylebone Hall. Margaret is an award-winning writer of both short fiction and historical novels. Her new book, A House Divided, a sequel to Turn of the Tide, was released last month. I was delighted when Margaret agreed to an interview.

Margaret, congratulations on A House Divided and […]

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November 23rd, 2015|

Author Interview: Prue Batten and ‘Tobias’

I was delighted when Tasmanian author Prue Batten agreed to an interview to coincide with the release of her new historical novel, Tobias. Prue was formerly a journalist and now describes herself on her website as ‘a cross genre writer who is also a farmer, dog owner, gardener and embroiderer.’ Prue also enjoys cooking – no surprise, really, since both gardening and cookery involve the same alchemy as writing fiction […]

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September 3rd, 2015|
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