Monthly Archives: March 2014

Another Writing Tool

If you’ve been following my blog you’ll know that my newest novel ‘A Love Most Dangerous’ appeared without me intending it to at all. I sat down at my computer and doodled and the first few sentences appeared…. To be … Continue reading

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A Writing Tool Box

I’ve been using Scrivener to write my last few novels. It is simply the best writing tool I’ve ever used. It has so many tools and gizmos that I doubt I’ll ever make use of them, or want to, come … Continue reading

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Meeting King Henry #HistNov

Here’s an extract from my latest novel. CHAPTER FOUR The King of England 19 September 1537   It was the third week in September but the weather continued unseasonably warm. King Henry had been walking in the garden with some … Continue reading

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A Love Most Dangerous

Early in April 2013 I sat at the computer wondering what to write. I had just finished the first draft of ‘Blood of Ironside’ and put it away for a rest before I started on the second draft. I thought … Continue reading

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