Monthly Archives: February 2016

About Literary Agents and How to Get One #1

I may have a slightly weird perspective on agents because I am one–not a literary agent, but a music booking agent. In my day job I run a music agency arranging tours and getting gigs for folk musicians, home grown … Continue reading

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Winterwood Cover

Winterwood has barely hit the shops, but  I’ve just seen the potential cover for Silverwolf, the sequel which I’ve been writing since last September. Everything works so far ahead in the publishing industry that you always feel as though you … Continue reading

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More Post-Winterwood News, Interviews and Reviews

19th February I was invited to write a piece on alternate history for SF Signal’s Mind-Meld, but due to being accidentally missed off the ‘meld’ article I’ve ended up with a piece of my own. Thanks, Andrea. 19th February Another … Continue reading

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Winterwood Interviews and Reviews

Winterwood (and Crossways) recent interviews and reviews 13th February Thanks to Sherwood Smith for the nice mention for Crossways in her article on Book View Cafe entitled ‘My Genre is Growing Up.’ 10th February Interview here at Civilian Reader. 8th … Continue reading

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Happy Book Day To Me: Winterwood Published Today

Yay! Tuesday 2nd February 2016 and my third novel, Winterwood, is published today by DAW in the USA and Canada. It’s available in the UK as an import from that well known company named after a South American river. Winterwood … Continue reading

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