Transylvania is full of mysteries

Transylvania is the setting for my next novel Transylvania is always mysterious, especially in fiction. I am writing a novel set there in the late eighteenth century. There will be many mysteries and you will find answers to some by the end of the book. I may leave a...

Arthur is back again!

Arthur who? Arthur who might or might not have existed. We usually call him King Arthur but some say he was a war lord not a king. He might have been based at Camelot, wherever that was, and might have led the Knights of the Round Table. Now we all know who I mean...

Does the Nativity matter?

Nativity? What’s that? Nativity means birth and The Nativity refers to the birth of Jesus, and is also known as Christmas. I have written about how we celebrate Christmas in a previous post. I still think it’s worth asking that question, whether...

Westerns aren’t all the same!

Westerns are many and varied Westerns may sound cliched to some readers but try to be open-minded. I have posted before about The Cowgirl Murders. To give you a taste, here’s how the book begins. 1870 Ten miles from Cheyenne, Wyoming “Wasichu!” said the Lacota...

Spirit of Iron – questions about the setting

Spirit of Iron will be published in the New Year Spirit of Iron is the first of a trilogy which is the subject of a previous post.  Perhaps you will find it too different from my other books. Here’s why it is and why you might give it a try. This is unlike my...