Pass Me My Axe, I’m Going In! by Dan Smith

Welcome to my stop on the She Wolf Blog Tour, and it’s my absolute pleasure to welcome Dan Smith, talking about researching the Viking Age... I had a lot of fun writing SHE WOLF, partly because I spent a lot of time researching the Viking Age and . . . Vikings are awesome! I don’t … Continue reading Pass Me My Axe, I’m Going In! by Dan Smith

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She Wolf by Dan Smith

I can’t tell you how excited I was to discover Dan Smith was writing a book based in the Viking Age, especially when I discovered the main character was a girl. Dan’s books have a habit of transporting me rapidly into the action and keeping me on the edge of my seat until the very … Continue reading She Wolf by Dan Smith

The City Of Guardian Stones by Jacob Sager Weinstein

We’re back in London in Hyacinth Hayward’s second fantastical adventure through London’s hidden rivers. Determined to get to the bottom of the why’s of The City Of Secret Rivers, and find out the truth about her family’s links to the mysterious powers that keep London safe, Hyacinth finds herself whisked into another magical mystery when … Continue reading The City Of Guardian Stones by Jacob Sager Weinstein

Research and Responsibility: Getting it right in Will You Catch Me? Jane Elson

I am always delighted to host a guest post from an author, but it doesn’t quite feel right saying that this time. I am delighted, but I’m also proud and humbled to have been asked. This is no ordinary guest post. This is one has a message that desperately needs to be heard... ______________ My … Continue reading Research and Responsibility: Getting it right in Will You Catch Me? Jane Elson