• Shadowless

    Shadowless

    Trouble is coming...

    Think how it would be, if you could see the future...
    Now think again.

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  • Restoring the Light

    Restoring the Light

    The trouble is not past...

    There's a moment coming, a moment both feared and craved. Do you run from it, or to it?

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  • Playing a Dark Game

    Playing a Dark Game

    Now her past is her trouble...

    You can't change the past. Pray you can change the consequences.

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Helen

"Thrilling, captivating and intriguing..." Amazon reviewer

'A mix of Celia Rees and Mary Webb.' Jane Alexander, author of Walker

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  • It’s been a crazy year. If a free read will help you get through, HAVE IT.

    30/11/20

    It’s been a horrible year but things are starting to get a bit saner (for the rest of the world at least – for the UK I’m reserving judgement!) I have revised Melor’s Tale so it’s not a spoiler (much) any more, and am making it permafree for download f …

  • Halfway through the ten year plan…

    17/05/20

    My game plan, as a writer, was to get the first three novels out in the first two years (done!), and have book 4 ready to go this year with books 5 and 6 not far behind (one’s a prequel, and the other is one of my sci-fi stories but still in the same u …

  • The two of them had no option but closeness…

    17/01/19

    By Restoring the Light, Vel and Jez have been solidly thrown together and while they both complain about everything, you know they both kind of enjoy it. When you picture these two huddled damply together on a bit of tarpaulin getting wetter and crosse …