The manuscript for the final book in The Coraidic Sagas returned from the editor, and I have set a launch date.
As regular readers will know, I love making maps. Pirate maps, fire escape maps, but most of all world maps for books. Many of you will have seen the map I created for my own trilogy, and know it took far longer than any good map should, but it was, at its essence, a labour... Continue Reading →
A quick post this time! I am featured over on Dark Mondays among some amazing women authors! Check it out, buy their books, revel in grim awesomeness! https://darkmondaysblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/14/an-introduction-to-the-writers-of-the-grimdark-group-part-2/
Another competition is underway at That Thorn Guy and this time it's all about bookmarks! The themes could be across any of Mark Lawrence's current novels or based on a sneak peek of a yet-to-be-released trilogy. I do love a challenge and without much writing work on at the moment, my mum asked if I... Continue Reading →
I've been completely slack in posting of late, focussing what small sparks of energy I have on finishing my second manuscript, Blood of Heirs. It took just over 12 months, consists of a little over 116,000 words and 40 something chapters, and was rudely interrupted by abdominal surgery and a joint fusion in my right... Continue Reading →
I came to meet Prince Jalan a good few weeks after the novel was released worldwide, thanks to an extraordinarily slow postal service from the UK to the antipodes now known as Australia. This was made significantly worse by the need to have the parcel delivered to my home in the middle of the Queensland... Continue Reading →