Finally... Book Four in the Guardians of the Grail series is out now!
A kick-ass heroine and a gargoyle with a stone age view of women
Iona Thorn is an immortal with a gift. She can see into the hearts of man and know exactly how much evil dwells there. But as a Guardian, Iona won’t take a human life, no matter how corrupt they may be. Instead she uses her talents to rid the world of the darker strain of vampires, and L.A. is rife with them.
While battling to hold on to her most treasured possession, a stake that contains a genuine nail of the cross, Iona accidentally awakens a gargoyle. Edrick might share her passion for justice, but he has the manners and instincts of another era, and is determined to protect her, even from herself.
Iona wants to reclaim her holy stake, but the enemy may be too formidable to beat, unless a strapping hunk of stone can be convinced to weigh in. But the longer Edrick remains awake the more human he gets, and even a rock can break…
Hello Potential Guardians,
I thought 2018 would be a good time to meet and greet because this is the year that I go full time as an author and really kick things up (in oh so many ways, ha ha).
There are currently three books in the Guardians of the Grail Series and at least two more coming out this year.
I write with a lot of factual history interwoven with fantasy fiction and I hope you enjoy that. History is a passion of mine and visiting old places fills much of my free time. I'm British and lucky enough to live near the Roman city of Bath and the old maritime port of Bristol. Glastonbury (resting place of King Arthur and where Joseph of Arimathea is said to have planted his staff, resulting in the Holy Thorn, a sprig of which still graces HRH The Queen's Christmas table to this day) is also close by and features in my Guardian series, and we have the impressive stone circles just down the road at Stanton Drew which date back to somewhere between 2000 - 3000 BC.
I also love full moon and am very excited because this month we have two! The first is a Super Moon which is when the moon is very close to the earth and on a crisp and clear winter night you can see the giant craters in the moons surface with the naked eye. Rather excitingly it is also called a Wolf Moon (first full moon of January each year). It is already looking incredible as I write this. The second full moon in a month is, of course, called a Blue Moon. So who knows what will happen, after all anything is possible once in a blue moon...
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Best wishes for a wonderful 2018 to you all,