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Category: British History
Hmmm ... I seemed to have developed a terrible habit since my writing career has become professional. There is, of course, procrastination; many writers seem to suffer this and makes me feel less lonely and not the malingerer I imagined myself to be. Telling myself to be grateful for getting a publishing contract only for … Continue reading Digression and Historical Obsession
Well, when I say surviving, I actually mean pockets of a great forest still survive. It would be a parallel universe where an ancient forest , especially around London, still exists in its original form! By pockets, I mean fragments now protected by being country parks and nature reserves such as Harrow Weald Common, Scratchwood in Barnet … Continue reading Ancient and still surviving – The Great Forest of Middlesex
I am very excited to announce that Amberley Publishing have commissioned two more books for me to write! I will be writing another book for their Secret series, this time about Chepstow, and another on the History of Nursing. I'm still blown away if I'm honest. I had a couple of ideas and they liked … Continue reading A new publishing deal!
I seem to have appeared on Amazon, Waterstones and Blackwell's ... which is nice. Very nice indeed. I'm writing for a specialised local history series published by Amberley Publishing, called The Secret Series. It is about unearthing little-known facts, secret histories of a particular area - in my case, I wrote about the area I … Continue reading My book on Amazon!
Well, I'm a bit late on this but working on my own book up until last week took up most of my time away from the day job. However, I'm now sharing a fab new-release, non-fiction history book by fellow Amberley Author Sharon Bennett Connolly and a link to a wonderful introduction by Diane Milne … Continue reading Heroines of the Medieval World – Sharon Bennett Connolly