Publication: Once & Future Camelot!

Publication today!  Absolutely thrilled that The Once and Future Camelot, sequel to I, Morgana, has now been published by Momentum/Pan Macmillan – and my thanks and gratitude to the wonderful team who made this possible. I’ve so enjoyed telling this story of two women, separated by almost a thousand years, but joined by their common…

Free copy of I, Morgana!

 To celebrate the launch of The Once and Future Camelot next week, you’ll be able to access a free copy of I, Morgana from all ebook retailers for a week as from late Tuesday or Wednesday of next week (24th/25th May.)  I, Morgana tells the real story of the ‘bad girl’ of Arthurian legend. The…

The new Gallos statue at Tintagel

Can this be anyone other than King Arthur commemorating his ‘birthplace’ at Tintagel? It’s a wonderful depiction, very atmospheric, although the statute has raised a storm of controversy since its unveiling earlier this year. As an Arthurian tragic, I think it’s great that the most famous of all legendary characters to be associated with Tintagel…

E-launch of The Once & Future Camelot

I’m delighted that the beautiful and talented Serene Conneeley has invited me to share (once again) an e-launch date with her on Friday evening (Australian time) May 27th. Serene will be launching her hardcover Mists trilogy and also her Mists Journal, so we’ll be talking about all things magical and all centred around Glastonbury! There’ll be…

Writing in Isolation

  It was a great pleasure to share my experiences of ‘writing in isolation’ with member of the NSW Society of Women Writers, in conjunction with the award to the new winner of the SWW/Di Yerbury writer’s residency. My congratulations to Pam Rushby (pictured left.) I hope she’ll have as happy and productive an experience…

A Tale of Two Dragons!

Back in 2000 Blake Education published my book titled Wally the Water Dragon, about a head-banging dragon that lived in a fishpond in our garden but who ‘head-banged’ us daily, trying to get in through the sliding glass doors of our dining area.  Looking for food?  Or with some other dark and dangerous purpose altogether? (You’ll have to…