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WHERE I WRITE: ANNIE WHITEHEAD

I’m delighted to welcome Annie Whitehead as guest blogger for my series Where I Write. Annie writes novels set in the Anglo-Saxon era, a period where many of my books are set. In fact, we’ve both written books which feature … Continue reading

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Alice Petherton. The opening of the next novel. #histnov #writing

Here is the opening of my new Alice Petherton novel.   ‘For goodness sake stop that awful caterwauling,’ I said. Sissy looked up at me in alarm. ‘I was only humming, Alice. It was a little song.’ ‘Well it’s a … Continue reading

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