Monthly Archives: September 2016

Britain’s Trade in Bones

It was a post on a Facebook history site that first got me interested in this. Since then I have read more and written a scene in my latest book about it. Yesterday ¬†another blog I follow had an article … Continue reading

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History Imagined

So today I have been writing a blog post for the site History Imagined. My post on Nora in Search for the Light will appear in early February. I am quite excited about this because the blog has over 10,000 … Continue reading

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Are things taking off or what?

Now I’m a member of Chindi I get to take part in lots of exciting things like a ghost tour of Chichester at Hallowe’en. I just have to write the ghost story. Another thing for my growing to do list. … Continue reading

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Using Sound

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could use sound as a novel feature, not just the describing of sound, but actual ones.¬†I sometimes love to listen to Australian bird song, the magpie, for example. It’s so unlike a British bird … Continue reading

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CHINDI and more

So now I am a CHINDI author which means I get to participate in all the events that they run. I am looking forward to promoting my books to a wider audience and learning marketing skills from other authors. I … Continue reading

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