Apologies to my lovely publisher Fox Spirit Books for not pouncing on this sooner, but I’ve only just spotted that the Kindle version of my paranormal romp ‘Got Ghosts?’ is now on sale for less. Quite a bit less, actually, since the original price of £5.99 has now come down to a mere £2.99. For … More All the ghosts, less money
The twin evils of lockdown and bad weather come with one silver lining – lots of time to sit at the computer and write. This is probably bad for my overall fitness levels, but good for producing new stuff. And the good news is that after a couple of months of hard graft, I’ve just … More New book on the horizon?
A few days ago my friend and fellow author A L Lester posted a link to a fascinating article about the Angel(s) of Mons, and where the legend might have originated from. I devoured every word, because the tale has always held me spellbound. Reading the article, it seems it may well have been a … More Wings Over the Battlefield
It’s hard to believe it, but it’s almost exactly a year since I published my first ever book on Kindle. That book was Echoes of Blood, a gay vampire romance set in modern-day Liverpool but featuring (as with most of my work) glimpses of history, too. When I hit the ‘confirm’ button last year I … More Special offer on Echoes of Blood
I’ve always been a fan of Mary Stewart, and in particular her quieter, magic-infused romances. Today I have a guest post on friend and fellow author Ally Lester’s blog talking about that love, and how it may well have influenced my writing in general, and December Roses in particular. Do head over and TAKE A … More The magic of Mary Stewart
Fans of the vampire genre in general, or Dracula in particular, should definitely try to track this BBC4 documentary down. Hosted by writer and horror buff Mark Gatiss, it’s a definitive history of not just the Bram Stoker book, but the myths and legends that inspired it, the various film and stage adaptations, and Gatiss’s … More In Search of Dracula
Most of my books are inspired by things I’ve seen and read, or the places I’ve visited, and December Roses was no exception. The book grew from my love of reading books about gardens (especially those with secrets or mysteries) and my other love of visiting beautiful, lost or mysterious gardens. In particular, one childhood … More What inspired December Roses?
It’s December, and the snow is falling outside, so what better time to announce my new book December Roses? This is a hefty re-write of my first ever novel Roses in December, with the same setting (a mysterious English garden) and the same main characters (injured soldier Nat and maddeningly elusive musician Richie) but with … More December Roses available now!
The excitement is growing in the Glass household because it’s only around a week until my latest book December Roses hits Kindle. This gay paranormal romance, featuring a mysterious garden, a lost ring and an enigmatic man, is based on my first ever novel Roses in December, but has been heavily re-written and tarted up … More Not long now…
Just in time for the run up to Halloween, there’s a NEAT ARTICLE on the BBC website about all the mythology associated with stone circles. From curses to devils to ley lines, there’s something for everyone here – and even a snippet about the fiction they’ve inspired. I’ve never yet set a story in a … More Spooky stone circles