2018

6 MarchPUBLICATION DAY for MEMENTO MORI!!!

Here’s what it looks like in the USA and Canada.

Cover of Memento Mori, US edition

And here’s the British edition

cover of Memento Mori

The opening chapter of MEMENTO MORI is previewed on Assaph Mehr’s Egretia.com

15 March – two blog appearances for the Ides of March –

A Gang of Doctors Killed Me” – medics and miracles in the ancient world on Helen Hollick’s “Discovering Diamonds” review site.

Bathhouse Theft in Ancient Rome: Victims seek Revenge.” Crimes and curses in Roman Bath at the Crimereads.com site.

17 March – blog post – MEMENTO MORI faces The Page 69 test – and finds Ruso rescuing a man who didn’t need to be rescued

19 MarchPOSTPONED BECAUSE OF SNOW! …joining the evening Book Club on The Voice Radio in Barnstaple, presented by Olli Tooley and Simon Dawson, who must be the world’s least terrifying radio interviewers.

30 March – blog post – an interview with Tilla at “The Protagonist Speaks

 

14 April – with Susan Hughes, author of A Kiss From France, and members of North Devon WI groups – enjoying their Literary Lunch in between sessions of talking, hopefully in an entertaining manner.

Cover of A Kiss From France

17-20 May – in Bristol helping to celebrate 10 years of Crimefest.  I’ll be on two panels – “Crime through the Millennia” with Antonia Hodgson, Andrew Taylor, David Penny and Sharan Newman, and “Going undercover – PI’s and other investigators” with Felix Francis, Antonia Hodgson (again! I shall try not to repeat myself), SS Mausoof, and Mason Cross.

Crimefest 2018 banner

1-3 JuneEboracum Roman Festival – always a fantastic weekend with lots to see and enjoy, and it looks as though there will be more writers than ever there this year. Last year we were promoted from a gazebo to a marquee – this year we’re in the impressive venue of the Hospitium.

Roman soldiers march in York

27 September – looking forward to speaking at Teign U3A, in Newton Abbot. The journey should be interesting too – via the railway line that was famously washed away a few years ago.

17 November – sharing a farmhouse lunch in North Devon. £12 a head, all profits to St Sabinus’ Church in Woolacombe, and our hosts promise a raffle-free zone! Email me for more info.    FULLY BOOKED!

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