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Blog Hop – Survival of the Fittest

My good friend and writer, Jacqui Murray, is launching her newest book in the series The Crossroads Trilogy. I am happy to present to you today, information and details of Book 1, Survival of the Fittest. I am looking very much to reading Jacqui’s latest tome, and judging by the cover, and having read the…

2019 | Off to a good start

Happy New Year, good people! I hope you had a great time celebrating and saying goodbye to 2018 and welcoming 2019. What I am about to share with you is not what I planned to write about, but as they say you go with the flow. ancient greeceAncient HistoryGreek MythologyHistorical FantasyHistorical FictionIndie authorsindie publishingIndie WritersreadingReviews

Join me over at Janice Spina’s blog

I am very fortunate to be a guest on Jemsbooks, a blog by Number 1 Children’s bestselling author, Janice Spina. The talented and generous Janice also writes paranormal romance and suspense novels. Please come and join us for our chat and if you have any questions, write them in the comments field 😀 Click here…

The year that was 2017

A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us. John Steinbeck Brainyquote Hard to believe another year has gone. It seems each year flashes by like…

Q & A with Adam Haviaras

On this Hallowed Eve, I am very pleased to introduce you to Adam Haviaras, an archaeologist, who has turned his hand from digging the earth for artefacts to writing stories. Well, he is still a practising archaeologist. Adam has invested his passion for the ancient past and Arthurian lore into writing fiction steeped in history…

VBL Review

GOAL The main aim of the Virtual Book Launch was to interact with my current readers and to reach out to a new potential audience. Having the event over a 24-hour period was important as I wanted to interact with both local and overseas readers. By restricting my accessibility to a particular time-frame, it would…

Food in the ancient world

For my next serial instalment, I thought it would be interesting to look at the various foods and beverages that was consumed in ancient civilisations. What they ate at home, those who travelled on the sea and over land as my main character, Evan Chronis, does from the Servant of the Gods series. ancient civilisationsancient…

A brief update

I thought I’d take this opportune time to bring you up-to-date as to my writing projects and what 2017 may bring. The second part may be harder to describe, I’ve yet to develop and hone my skills as a futurist, but I will give it a go. authorsindie publishinginspirationself publishingsocial networkingvacationwriting

Goodbye 2016

I thought it was time to reflect on the year that was 2016. I haven’t written an article as such before, so here we go. 2016 was a roller-coaster and so to close the year out, here are some pivotal events that happened. The year started very promising, I had started a new job and was…