reading round-up: June
I’ve read lots and lots of lovely books this month, including: Detour by Reesa Herberth and Michelle Moore I go Read more.
26th June 2019
research rabbit-holes for june
The last few weeks’ research rabbit-holes have been pretty varied. I’m still flailing around in the Himalayas and in eighteenth Read more.
19th June 2019
here, there and everywhere
This week’s post is a lazy one, just a heads up to a couple of other things I’ve written in Read more.
12th June 2019
works in progress: progressing, and that’s about all
I’ve done a load over the last month, but not much of it actual writing. Because of the shenanigans with Read more.
5th June 2019
reading roundup: May
A quick round-up of some of my reads this month, in no particular order. These have mostly gone up on Read more.
29th May 2019
York: Roman, Medieval, Viking. And geese.
I lived in York for three years during college. It’s a beautiful city, small and full of history. My degree Read more.
22nd May 2019
Inheritance of Shadows: a public project
People who read my newsletter will already know that I have a new project in the works. I am starting Read more.
15th May 2019
character sketch: Lew Tyler
This is the first in a series of occasional character sketches I’m going to do. Lew Tyler is one of Read more.
8th May 2019
work in progress: The Flowers Of Time
Currently laboring under the title ‘The Flowers Of Time’, my work in progress is set the Himalayas in the 1780s Read more.
1st May 2019
One of the things I find most difficult about writing in a period or place I don’t know all that Read more.
24th April 2019
Win copies of Lost In Time and Shadows On The Border
I have Thing happening! A giveaway of five pairs of Lost In Time and Shadows On The Border. You can Read more.
9th April 2019