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King of the North giveaway – and the lucky winner is . . .

I found myself with a few spare copies of my fourth Viking novel – King of the North – so…

You can now read 80% of The Broken Kingdom, my new King Arthur novel

It’s an experiment. I don’t know if it has worked yet*. I probably won’t know until the end of the…

The Broken Kingdom – Episode Four: Arthur’s Folly is out now!

I am delighted to tell you that Episode Four: Arthur’s Folly, the latest instalment of The Broken Kingdom, is now…

England’s Medieval Festival: August Bank Holiday

If like me you are already thinking about the summer holidays, then here is a date for you diaries. I’ve…

Westward ho! The cowboy novel rides again

I may have spotted a new trend in historical fiction. Well, not exactly new, a revival of an old genre…

Cover reveal: Blood of the Bear (Fire Born 5)

I am very excited to reveal the cover of my forthcoming Viking adventure novel, Blood of the Bear, the fifth…

The very special skills of a historical novelist

Occasionally, in moments of weakness, particularly when I get a big bill or I realised I cannot afford to re-do…

King Arthur: the man behind the myth

I’m best known as a novelist for my series of ten historical books about Robin Hood. But, this year, I…