Tag: The Governor's Man

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Being a mongrel writer

There’s been a fair amount of recent chatter among the literati, critics, readers and even as far down the food chain as my kind of commercial “tell-’em-a-story” writer, about the purposes of fiction and particularly about historical fiction. Is it the job of historical fiction authors to hold up as […]

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Mixed messages

It’s been a very busy week. In between working with Shika Finnemore, my design and marketing guru, to whip this blog site into better shape, I’ve kept busy with social media and preparing a guest author interview with Mary Anne Yarde of the Coffee Pot Book Club. I’m really excited […]

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At The Writing Desk

If you love Tudor historical fiction you’ll need no introduction to the books of Tony Riches. But you may not know that he is also a very popular blogger, with over a million visitors and counting. So you can imagine how delighted I was when Tony asked me to be […]