Another day, another interview 🙂 This one is courtesy of Ami Lutkus-Phillips, writing as Mackenzie Flohr. Here’s an excerpt: Question 5) What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Historically-accurate food. Well, mostly historically accurate. I love cooking and food in general, and that seeps into my writing. I enjoy tremendously researching old recipes, and integrating […]

Don’t get your hopes up – it’s not Felix… 😉😀 Christina Alexandra runs ‘speed dating’ style author interviews on her blog. These are quick and zany questions, to give you a different perspective about authors. It was quite fun to do: First, can you tell us a little something fun that’s not in your bio? […]

Dan Buri was kind enough to feature me on his blog (again). This time it’s with his series of Confessions of an Indie Author.  Dan is a lawyer in his day job (and an awesome author in his spare time), so getting people to confess must be handy ☺️ You can find it on YouTube here:

Over at Our Epic Worlds, a blog dedicated to fantasy world-building, M.L. Spencer was kind enough to interview me about creating the historical-fantasy world of Egretia. I got to answer a few questions about Felix and the magical world he lives in. Here’s a short extract: How does the landscape or geography of your world […]

Following the last post where I celebrated a (rather dubious) review of Murder In Absentia, this weekend was graced by two great reviews. The first from TJ Green: I’d heard lots of good things about this book, and I’m pleased to say I was not disappointed! This book is a detective story set in ancient Rome, […]