My first historical novel, The de Lacy Inheritance, was published my Myrmidon Books in 2010.
It was whilst I was researching for my local interest book, Tales of Old Lancashire,that I discovered the story about a hermit that was my inspiration.
I’ve always been a writer. I ‘sold’ my first article to the girls’ magazine,Diana,at the age of eleven for one pound and my first short story was published not long afterwards in Pony Annual. Since then I’ve been published in a wide range of newspapers and magazines.
In 2006 the first of my non-fiction books, Champion Lancastrians, was published by Sigma Press and since then Countryside Books have published Lancashire:Who Lies Beneath as well as Tales of Old Lancashire.
A second novel is currently under consideration by a publisher and I have two more local interest books coming out soon.
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Denbigh Castle in north Wales is one of the fortresses built after Edward I’s subjugation of the Welsh. The hilltop site was previously a stronghold of the Welsh and Dafydd ap Gruffudd had a palace here, but it was destroyed when Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, built his castle in…
Back in 1996 my late father tried to discover more about the men whose names were on the Memorial Board that had once been in the mission church of St Chad at Pleckgate, Blackburn, where for some years he had been the Reader-in-Charge. The names are now displayed on a…
I was tagged for the Meet My Main Character blog hop by Sue Millard after it was begun by Debra Brown The idea is for historical authors to introduce the main character of their novel in progress. What is the name of your character? Is she fictional or a historic…