- Mar 8, 2022
Peaky Blinders - Late to the Party, But Just in Time...
Okay. I admit it. I'm one of those people who often shirks watching a hit series or film simply because it's popular. I don't know why....
- Sep 9, 2021
Life of Maggot
Is a strange piece, even by my standards. A novella in length, I wrote it as a kind of precursor to NIGHTJAR, to put into context hinted...
- Aug 30, 2021
HUMBLE, RUM, & RAGWORT For Medicinal Salve and Magickal Remedy Our Word is Our Promise Our Promise, A Spell “Come now Ragwort, we might...
- Aug 16, 2021
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Having taken an unintended writing break (bar writing short stories and dramatic whimsey) after completing Life of Maggot, I find I am...
- Aug 10, 2021
Deep into Chaos she peers, gazes, wonders; sees there the madness from which dreams are made. Tiniest glimmer of hope as dances wild,...
- Feb 13, 2021
DreamSwarm & an Author Interview
It's been a long time since I wrote my blog. Longer than a long time, a weekly habit that I need to revive and breathe life back in to. A...
- Feb 4, 2019
What is Folklore? My Tuppence Worth...
What is Folklore? This is a question I've seen discussed on social media many times. Efforts tend to try to distinguish why it's...
- Aug 27, 2018
Fact ... Always Stranger Than Fiction
This year I released my first novel, ‘Nightjar’. It’s a fantasy, with more than a hint of dystopia, set in a feudal future and centred...
- Jun 18, 2018
'Rusticles' by Rebecca Gransden
The next few weeks my blog will be about the books I've read. Recently, of course. It follows on from my thoughts on reading Jean Teule's...
- Jun 11, 2018
'The Poisoning Angel' - by Jean Teulé
I enjoyed one of those wonderful events recently; you know the one, when you pick up a random book in the library and it turns out to be...