Solving problems

Sometimes your writing takes an unexpected turn. This weekend I got stuck with one of my characters in the king's service. He has to follow the king wherever he goes. Well, the king is going somewhere the story is not, and I need my character to follow the story, lest I should lose you,…

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Keeping the story alive

I finally finished reviewing Kingship Throne Thief and sent it off for a Line Edit. That gives me a little time to continue writing book five before I start reviewing book two for a Line Edit. Now, why do I do this? Because I want Kingship to be the best…

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Kingship Revisited

Oh, my God! You should think after 14 years, numerous re-drafts and editing, the book should be ready to publish, but, NO, it isn't. With the text translated, read through, edited and made ready for print, I set a date for publishing. My 60th birthday on the 23 of December…

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Kingship – in general

KINGSHIP is the first of my books translated into English. It is my first historical novel series, and I base it on historical events from a time when the Kingdom of the Isles, now the Hebrides, was under Norse rule. Kingship introduces you to real historical figures, and I am proud…

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