Mary King’s Close is a fascinating attraction in Edinburgh, and while I’ve never been much of a fan of the paranormal TV series Most Haunted, I did watch a ten year old episode at the weekend purely because the team were in the Close! I visited the Close myself in March 2012, and it inspired the narrow closes […]
The Necromancer's Apprentice
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Here we are, back at my own blog for the final post in my tour to promote The Necromancer’s Apprentice. This week, I’ve also been talking about the beauty of novellas on David Shrock’s blog, the importance of visuals on Katherine Hajer’s blog, and all about the mummies on Larry Kollar’s blog. Today we’re back […]
I’ve been happily promoting The Necromancer’s Apprentice since it came out a month ago, which has been easy to do after reading the lovely reviews it’s had so far! I’ve also been posting Friday flash stories set in the world of the novella for the past few weeks, to give you a taste of the […]
Monte looked at the book lying on the table. No name was emblazoned on the spine or cover. “Seems like a pretty big book to be lugging around,” he said. He knocked back the last of his whiskey, winced, and put down the glass. “Important things are no burden.” The man across the table smiled, […]
The House of the Notorious Dead lies on the edge of the Canal Quarter. Water laps against its walls, and inside, the smell of damp stone hangs in the air despite the season. Hooded servants glide along corridors hung with moth-eaten tapestries, and wall niches hold waxworks of the City Above’s most feared and reviled […]