Tag Archives: M C Scott

Launching Into Summer With Books

This seems to be the season for book launches – I can barely keep up with them all. As I prepare to release Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves, a collection of short stories, as an Amazon ebook on 20th June lots … Continue reading

Posted in May 2012 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

I’m Getting Launch Fever

It’s all happening next Thursday – there’s almost too much for me to choose from and I wish I could be in more than one place at once.On Thursday, 24th May Fermanagh Writers launches Tuesdays At Charlie’s and I’m really … Continue reading

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World Book Day – An Excuse To Explore New Authors

It’s appropriate on World Book Day (in the UK and Ireland, anyway) that I’m exploring a new (for me!) author. I reserved a copy of Elizabeth Hawksley’s Belvedere Towerlast week and it’s now at my local library. So I’m off … Continue reading


Posted in March 2012, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

M C Scott and Rome: The Emperor’s Spy

I first ‘met’ M C Scott on a Yahoo discussion group. Reading her comments in the discussions prompted me to check the library for her books. The first one I read was The Crystal Skull. I loved its fantasy escapism and drama so I next read … Continue reading

Posted in February 2011, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Six More Weeks?!!!!

This year I wouldn’t actually mind a frightened groundhog. Now, I’m not trying to be cruel but if he goes back to his burrow for 6 more weeks and keeps spring at bay for a little longer, it’ll give me … Continue reading

Posted in February 2011 | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

M C Scott’s Rome

“It looks as if we will have a new trilogy to rival Lord of the Rings. Actually, I think it will be better.” The Scotsman “A powerful novel, alive with love, deceit, wisdom and heroics of humanity and with characters … Continue reading

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Historical Novel Society Conference

I attended my first Historical Novel Society conference in Manchester on Sunday and it was an exciting experience. The day whizzed by and I wished that it could just go on and on. I listened to some very interesting speakers, met other historical writers … Continue reading

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