Interviewed for Bore Cothi on BBC Radio Cymru at 11.30 a.m.
I am a delegate at the Historical Novel Society’s 2016 Conference in Oxford.
The Witch of Eye is a featured ‘Romance and Historical’ highlight in The Bookseller magazine’s Autumn Buyers’ Guide.
Another launch, this time at Nickleby’s in Llantwit Major.
Exactly a year after Root of the Tudor Rose became the Welsh Books Council’s ‘Book of the Month’ – they conferred the same accolade on The Witch of Eye. This article on the front page of our local newspaper used the fact to advertise the local bookshop’s launch of the book.
An invitation to a launch party! At Octavo’s Book Café and Wine bar in Cardiff Bay (octavobooks.co.uk).
A special parcel arrives, containing advance copies of the new book, The Witch of Eye – the culmination of months and months of hard work!
Cowbridge Library Book Club had been reading Root of the Tudor Rose so I went along to discuss it with them. Senior Librarian Melanie Weeks had organised the very pleasant event. Oh, and they’d enjoyed the book, too!
Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus! A Happy St. David’s Day. Accent Press decide to celebrate it with this picture.
A featured television interview on Made in Cardiff’s One-2-One series with my old friend Tim Hartley.