Priestesses, divination and the role of women in the ancient past – all topics I explore in my guest post on Patricia Bracewell’s blog. Many thanks Pat! Read can the post here. You can read Pat’s interview with me on her sources of inspiration on Triclinium here.
The Tales of Ancient Rome Saga – a labour of love Call to Juno has finally been released! The launch of the third book in the Tales of Ancient Rome Saga marks a labour of love that started over fifteen years ago when I conceived the idea of a love story between the Roman treaty bride, Caecilia, to an enemy… read more
In the lead up to the release of Call to Juno on 19 April, Tony Riches has been kind enough to feature a guest post from me on The Writing Desk about the Tales of Ancient Rome saga. Many thanks, Tony! Read the interview here.
This weekend Lucy Bertoldi from HF Book Muse is hosting a giveaway of The Golden Dice. Here’s my guest post on Figure it out – Red and Black in Ancient Pottery. Visit the site and enter the draw! Read more
Sarah Johnson from Reading the Past is hosting a giveaway of The Golden Dice which is featured on her litblog together with my guest post ‘Goddesses, Priestesses and Princesses – feminine power within Etruscan society’ . Sign up and have a chance to win! Read more
HFeBooks has featured The Golden Dice as a new release as well as hosted my guest post on ‘Who were the mysterious Etruscans?’ Read more Take a look at all the great historical fiction available on the HFeBooks site while you’re there!
Kate Forsyth has kindly featured my guest post – ‘A journey to find the ‘beaten path’: Writing The Golden Dice on her blog. Read more
Tracy Falbe, author of The Rhys Chronicles series has featured my guest post on Her Ladyship’s Quest. Read more
Old fashioned courtesy can go a long way. And so, too, can snail mail. When I requested Ursula Le Guin to endorse my novel I used both. Last year my first novel, The Wedding Shroud, was published in Australia (and has now been released as an e-book world wide). The book is set in C5th BCE at a time when… read more
‘There was drama to his ministry. When he marked the sacred boundaries with his lituus, carried the patera of water around the altar, she could almost see the lines that divided holy from profane appear.’ The Wedding Shroud To me a violent storm instils fascination and fear. Science tells me what causes it but tell that to my dog who… read more