Apologies dear followers, contributors and general readers, but I am suspending this Blog as of today, October 11th 2010. Hell no, I hear the world cry, how can we live without those Who Am… Read More
When US author NAN HAWTHORNE decided to review my first novel, Libertas, she kept me up to speed on her (astonishing) progress and fired the occasional question across the Atlantic ether… Read More
His first, Caligula, introduced the Emperor's elephant to much acclaim and the zoology continued with Claudius. But Douglas Jackson doesn't plod like his creation, he races on from one great… Read More
Coming soon - author interview with Douglas Jackson (Caligula, Claudius and Hero of Rome) and new excerpts from superb historical fiction. Watch out for these week beginning August 9. Happy… Read More
Historical Novels Review calls The Fairest Portion of the Globe by Frances Hunter (Blind Rabbit Press, 2010) "a well-researched, fast-paced, and incredibly lively novel of frontier war an… Read More
Who said:"All my major works have been written in prison. I would recommend prison not only to aspiring writers but to aspiring politicians too." Jawaharlal NehruMahatma GandhiNelson Mande… Read More
Another easy one – name the city (send a comment) and if you like, tell us if you know of a longer sentence in literature!This excerpt, from The King David Report by Stefan Heym (Qua… Read More
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