Guest appearances on other blogs

 As well as blogging here, I’ve been lucky enough to be allowed to ‘moonlight’ on some other wonderful blogs too:

 

I met author Deborah Swift for coffee and scones HERE

I’ve been chatting with Elizabeth Caulfield Felt HERE

I was asked by Miriam Drori to write a letter from one of my characters HERE

And ‘Aethelflaed’ was interviewed by Helen Hollick HERE

My characters were in court – The Maiden’s Court – defending themselves HERE

I wrote about how my novels came into being, on David’s Book blurg HERE

I was interviewed by Zeba Clarke on her blog HERE

I’ve written a guest post on 10th Century murder on Andrea Cefalo’s blog HERE

Mercedes Rochelle invited me to write a guest post on her blog HERE

As did Samantha Wilcoxson HERE

I am a regular contributor to the wonderful English Historical Fiction Authors blog and you can see my contributions HERE

I was honoured to be interviewed by Maria Grace for her Writing Superheroes slot and you can find out about my alter-ego HERE

Author Georgia Hill kindly invited me to tell her all about my Writer’s Cave, and you can read about that HERE

Author Pam Lecky invited me into her library and you can read that conversation HERE

I’ve just been interviewed by Fiona Mcvie HERE

What I learned when writing my novels, on Matthew Harffy’s blog

My character, Alfreda talked to History Imagined

and she appeared with some other characters on Layered Pages

Alvar was up in court, defending himself at The Maiden’s Court

I’ve been asked to write a number of articles for Indie BRAG
and I’ve also contributed to Discovering Diamonds
Which also reviewed Alvar (Top 10 Reviewed of all time!!)

The wonderful Helen Hollick welcomed Aethelflaed on to her A-Z blog hop

and Alison Morton welcomed Alvar on to her Writing Blog

Anna Belfrage asked me to talk about Aethelflaed, and reviewed To Be A Queen

Lisl Zlitni took more than a passing interest in 1066 and all things Anglo-Saxon on her blog Before the Second Sleep and featured Alvar too

She also overheard a conversation between Alvar and King Edgar

Kata wrote a letter to her love on Miriam Drori’s blog

I wrote about the decline of Mercian power HERE

and about a little known incident in history for Suzanne Adair’s Relevant History blog

Author Prue Batten asked me to float away to a desert island

Sophie Schiller hauled me into a round table discussion

and Wayne Turmel asked me for a light-hearted overview of my books on his website

Mystery writer Terry Lynn Thomas had lots of questions about Alvar the Kingmaker

As did Emma Mitchell, who put me in the spotlight as a Chill Books honouree