Category Archives: Scottish History

The Druid (Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles Book 1)

Northern Britain, AD430 A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted. In the aftermath of a surprise attack Dun Buic lies in smoking ruins and many innocent villagers are dead. As the survivors try to make sense … Continue reading

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The Maiden’s Leap

I was lucky enough to visit the beautiful Huntingtower Castle yesterday and while it is best known for murderous plots, kidnapping and attempted assassinations there was one story in particular which caught my imagination: The Maiden’s Leap. Before we get … Continue reading

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Writing Process – Blog Rolling, Rolling, Rolling

I was “tagged” to take part in this blog hop by Simon Stirling, who posted about his own writing process on his own blog last week. Simon passed on to me the four questions that writers are invited to answer … Continue reading

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Battles Fought, Old and New

Today, the 21st of September is a historic date in Scottish history. It was on this date in the year 1745 that the first large scale engagement was fought in the final Jacobite Uprising (or Rebellion dependant on your point … Continue reading

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