In Praise of the Conference

That word - 'conference' - conjures all different pictures for different people. And I've been to some shockers in my life, believe me. But last Saturday, I attended one of the best I have been to and I gained so much from it. The Speculative Fiction Festival was held on Saturday 29th June, 2019, by... Continue Reading →

Lest we forget

  The Wall of Remembrance at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Australia, holds the names of over 100,000 Australian servicemen and women who lost their lives fighting in a war. Some were volunteers, some were conscripts - but all of them deserve to be remembered with honour and respect. I won't go into details... Continue Reading →

Ink Dreams is coming!

The long-awaited release of the new anthology from Authors Tale - Ink Dreams - is nearly here. I am so excited for my two latest stories to be published. The historical fiction I am having published in Ink Dreams is 'Where Dreams Die'. I'm really proud of this one, and it was chosen to be one of... Continue Reading →

Tudor History Never Disappoints

Going to be a bit lazy with today's post. I subscribe to some wonderful history sites and I would like to share them with you - with the emphasis on Tudor history. Firstly, from Claire Ridgway, we have some very informative YouTube videos on Tudor times called On This Day in Tudor History. The actual video I... Continue Reading →

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