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Category Archives: Harp and the Sea
I’m blogging at Chrissy Munder‘s about my writing plans for this year and beyond. I’m blaming dragons for this year… Advertisements
As it’s 2015 here already… I’m hoping it’s a better one than 2014 which had far too much family health issues going on, which doesn’t work well with deadlines. Still, looking back I managed to get quite a bit done … Continue reading
From The Harp and The Sea which I’m co-writing with Lou Sylvre. Current word count 28,665 Ian gritted his teeth and kept moving. He didn’t dare stop to catch his breath. “Where are ye, man?” he muttered, finally reaching his … Continue reading
This month’s five sentence Sunday is from ‘The Harp and The Sea’ – a novel I’m co-writing with Lou Sylvre. Current word count – 23,567 “Aye, Uncle. Let me alone with him. I’ll find out who he’s working for.” Ian … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed by Lou Sylvre about my ‘series habit’, The Sleepless City and my current WIPs. There’s also an excerpt from Winter Duet. Drop by, say hi, and explore Lou’s site. She’s doing a very cool series of blog … Continue reading
This month’s 5 sentences comes from The Harp and the Sea, an historical fantasy set in Scotland, that I’m co-writing with Lou Sylvre. Current word count: 6984. He was going to Skye? Oh, good Lord. He’d heard stories of that … Continue reading
As it’s already 2014 here in New Zealand…. Happy New Year to everyone and I hope 2014 brings everything you want and need. As I tend to do on New Years’ day, I’m looking back on 2013, and also looking … Continue reading