As promised, here are the collected tweets from September’s #WIPJoy Twitter event. Read on to find out a little about In Numina – the sequel to Murder In Absentia. I’m publishing this a little late – because as a tale of haunted houses it fits the Halloween season. (And don’t forget to check back next […]

This week, Murder In Absentia has reached 50 reviews on Amazon! Not only is this an important milestone for any novel, those reviews are absolutely amazing! Over two-thirds of the reviews are 5-star, and the rest are 4 star reviews! I am truly humbled by the reception of Murder In Absentia, and to celebrate Purple […]

No, I haven’t started podcasting. However Murder In Absentia is starting to appear in more and more podcasts around the, err, not ether but Internet. The first one was by Joshua Calkins-Treworgy a few weeks ago. Then came Brian Basham with Night Reads, reading aloud the first chapter of Murder In Absentia. The latest podcast […]

I get asked often about the research I do for my novels. Even when I’m not asked, I volunteer information… Besides reading proper history books (mostly by modern historians, but the occasional translated original source as well), I particularly like what might be termed “experimental archaeology”. These are people with a keen interest, that review […]

For everyone who missed the Cover Reveal party… well, you missed out on some awesome partying! Confetti, beers, spiced wine – it was all there. Read on to discover what’s new and about a special promo running now 😉 Two things were uncovered in the party. First was the great new cover done by Ellie Bockert Augsburger […]

This is a guest post I’ve written for Pure Jonel’s blog. Originally published on: http://purejonel.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/GP.AM.html Of Fantasy Worlds and Roman Gods I have a confession. It’s about one of my pet peeves. Whenever someone casually mentions the “Greek and Roman gods”, or goes on to describe a “Roman mythology” by quoting tales of the Greek pantheon, […]