I’m currently hard at work on a free short story set slightly before Knight of Aslath, which will be released some time in the new year. Today I’d like to share with you part of the draft opening scene of Hand of Ashaila, hope you enjoy it. **** “The key to a long life,” she […]
Hi everyone Knight of Aslath has now been released (hooray), and is now available in the following stores: Amazon iTunes Kobo Nook (Barnes & Noble) The ebook is only 99p / 99c during the launch! The paperback of Knight of Aslath is also available on Amazon, retailing at £14.99 / $19.99 (USD). If you haven’t seen any […]
Happy Friday everyone! Here is the news on this lovely sunny day (at least, sunny in the UK. Rain tomorrow… boo). Release date for Knight of Aslath My fantasy novel Knight of Aslath will be released on 17th July 2015. I will blog again very soon to confirm the various places where you can buy the book. Download the […]
Sigmana clasped her hands together against the folds of her black mourning dress as they waited outside the doors. Too tightly, she realised, releasing them before her grandson noticed. She glanced at him and smiled sadly. He must see confidence and perfect authority. He must learn from me in the years I have left, if […]
The barking of dogs broke the stillness of the forest. He Who Was Teshok stopped walking, listening in the dark as they raised the alarm. He smiled and turned toward the sound, moving unhurriedly between the trees, caring not that the edge of his cloak rustled the carpet of dead leaves which lay thick beneath […]
“Now, concentrate,” Jerechai instructed his apprentice. “Feel the heartbeat of the hawk, fast and strong. Become one with it, feel your senses entering its mind. Then close your eyes, and you will see out through its eyes as it looks down upon us. There, can you see?” He studied his apprentice closely, watching her silently […]
I would like to share with you a short extract from the Book of Shirith-Kah. A prediction of what will come, a warning that mankind has fallen from grace, pointing the way back to the righteous path. An explanation perhaps, of how the scene was first set for the Dreaming God Chronicle.